This year the project controls most prestigious awards’ competition continued to grow, with an exceptional number of entries received from around the globe. On Thursday 1st September a total of 26 finalists were announced for the Global/UK Project Controls Expo Awards 2022.


With a fantastic calibre of shortlisted organisations and individuals across a total of 8 categories, this year’s celebration of success is a not-to-be-missed social event for the professional community. Taking place at the iconic Wembley Stadium on Tuesday, 15th November 2022.


Check our shortlist of individuals, projects, and programmes that have successfully made an impact in the industry:


UK Project Management/Project Controls Apprentice of the Year:

This particular category placed focus on the positive contribution the apprentice has made to the progression of the project, other junior members of the project and the overall team.

Finalists for this category are:

  • Ross Brooks - BAE Systems
  • Jade Nightingale - BAE Systems
  • Nathan Stuteley - BAE Systems
  • Alistair Wells - Faithful+Gould
  • Helen Whitcher - Mace Ltd

Global Project Controls Consultancy of the Year:

In this category, the judges were looking for the ways in which consultancies operate as a project controls specialist organisation, either in full or in part support of other organisations.

Finalists for this category are:

  • Laminar Projects
  • LogiKal
  • Mace Ltd
  • Petroleum Development Oman

Global Project Controls Innovation of the Year:

Looking to recognise the use of innovation within project controls (encompassing projects, programmes or portfolios) and to see how its wider use within organisations and society contributed to successful change.

Finalists for this category are:

  • Environment Agency's Cost and Carbon Tool with ARES PRISM - ARES PRISM Software
  • Individual Category Data Sheets (ICDSs) - Jacobs
  • Melbourne Metro Tunnel - RSA Command Centre - Mace Ltd
  • HS2 Phase One - nPlan/SCS

Global Project Controls Megaproject of the Year:

Our judges were looking for the stories behind these megaprojects. The judging criteria put greater emphasis on the challenges as well as outputs and outcomes of the project, whilst recognising the essential role that the project controls’ toolkit and techniques have in delivering success.

Finalists for this category are:

  • East Bank Project in London’s Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park - Mace Ltd
  • Transpennine Route Upgrade (TRU) - TRU West Alliance

Global Project Controls Professional of the Year:

This was all about passion, determination, and contribution behind the person’s work. The judges were looking for the all-round positive contribution the project controls’ professional made to the business through outputs and outcomes of their respective projects.

Finalists for this category are:

  • Claire Davidson - Costain
  • Cameron Mills - Major Transport Infrastructure Authority - North East Link Project
  • Filipe Passos - Tetra Tech Europe
  • Pavitar Sahans - Mace Ltd

UK Project Controls Social Impact of the Year:

This category was looking on the evidence of the great and complex social impact ‘programmes’ being delivered in the UK across all sectors, that are designed to change lives, make society more effective, communities more connected and ultimately change futures.

Finalists for this category are:

  • IDMK 2022 - India Day Milton Keynes (IDMK) Limited
  • Filipe Passos - Tetra Tech Europe
  • The Rosalind Franklin Laboratory - Mace & WSP

Global Project Controls Transformation Project of the Year:

Judges were looking for the outputs and outcomes of the organisational and cultural transformation change whilst acknowledging the essential role that the project management controls and techniques have in delivering success.

Finalists for this category are:

  • East Coast Digital Programme - Faithful+Gould
  • ARCC Government to Government Construction with Changes - Arup/Gleeds/Mace Ltd
  • Project Performance Accelerator - Curzon Consulting/National Highways/Arcadis
  • Babcock Nuclear Sector Project Controls Transformation - Babcock/Turner and Townsend

Global Project Controls Lifetime Achievement Award:

The Award will go to a professional who is recognised by our community as a major contributor to maturing one or more aspects of the professionalism of project controls practice. A “go to” person for the project controls community for advice and inspiration as an educator and mentor.

Finalists for this category are:

  • The winner for this category will be announced on Awards’ night.