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UTILITY Week 26th June 2015

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UTILITY WEEK | 26TH JUNE - 2ND JULY 2015 | 29 Community The winners Apprentice of the year Ben Cross, SGN Ltd Customer service award Scott Finlay, Morrison Utility Services Health and safety award Safety, Health, Environment and Quality team, Morrison Utility Services Hero award Northumbrian WaterAid Committee, Northumbrian Water Innovator award Alan Midwinter, SGN Ltd Long service award Ray Morris, UK Power Networks Team of the year - back office Business Process and Systems team, Morrison Utility Services Team of the year - customer facing Yorkshire Water, Morrison Utilities, Pennine Housing Team of the year - operational Bristol Sewage Treatment Works (STW) operational team, GENeco The "above and beyond" award - individual Gareth Davies, SP Energy Networks The "above and beyond" award - team Holbeton Bathing Waters Scheme, South West Water Delivery Alliance – H5O "It was amazing to win. I genuinely don't think I did anything above or beyond, I just did what a normal human being would have done when faced with that situation. It was a horrible situation, it's just with the help of my managers, I man- aged to make it a little bit better." Gareth Davies, SP Energy Networks "I still can't believe it. It was lovely. You come full of expecta- tions but when you look at all the details, I thought no, I might be the longest serving one, but the others seem to be a bit more retail. But I'm over the moon. It doesn't seem like 50 years, more like 20." Ray Morris "It's just the fact that we were with our peers, and to win four awards, we must have been doing some- thing right and we are really excited about the fact that from an industry point of view we are seen as lead- ing in those areas. It was a really enjoyable day." Morrison Utility Services representative "We were nominated for five awards, so to win this one is a big one because it's quite a big project that we worked on in the South West in quite a small community, so we are really chuffed." South West Water Delivery Alliance representative: What the winners said The Utility Week Stars Awards will return in June 2016. Date to be confirmed soon.

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