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Fulcrum team behind landmark Scottish gas pipeline project anounced as utility award finalists
The seven-strong project team managed the installation of a £7.6million, 16-mile gas pipeline serving four Speyside whisky distilleries, have been shortlisted as finalists in the first-ever Utility Week Stars Awards.
The handpicked project team, led by Fulcrum Field Engineer and Field Operations Manager John McLuskey, included some of Fulcrum's most experienced design, engineering, project management and commercial professionals. Other members include design lead Jonathan Windle, commercial lead Keith Stout, project planner Martin Gregory, contractor project manager Gordon Stevenson, HS&E Support Manager Grant Watson and Paul Leighton, Network Integrity Manager for Fulcrum Pipelines.
Their efforts have been rewarded with a place in the 2014 Utility Week Stars Awards under the 'Team of the Year -Operational' category. Other teams shortlisted for the category include H5O on behalf of South West Water, MMB and Yorkshire Water and UK Power Networks
The winning team will be announced on June 13th at a special Awards presentation event being hosted by Utility Week at Lancashire County Cricket Club.
The Stars Awards have been introduced by Utility Week as sister accolades to the prestigious Utility Week Achievement Awards in which Fulcrum was successful last year - lifting a Capital Project Management Award for the business' gas infrastructure works at the London 2012 Olympic Stadium and Athletes' Village.