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Highways Heroes Awards announce 2022 Shortlist

Updated: Oct 18, 2022

The Highways Heroes Awards are pleased to announce shortlisted finalists for the National Highways supported, industry-wide ceremony.

Set up after a time of unprecedented change not only in our industry, but as part of our everyday lives. we believe this is the ideal time to celebrate the hard work and success of our workers, who have coped admirably in the face of adversity, to recognise the heroic actions of them which, until now, has gone unnoticed.

The finalists (in no particular order) are:

James Thrower

Morgan Sindall

Sam Morrow

Morgan Sindall

Will Francis

National Highways

Phil Clayton

Volker Laser

Jack Scott &

Connor Morgan Judd

Hardstaff Barriers

Dan Clover

Milestone Highways / Hampshire CC

Jenny Boyle


Dawn Nadin

Hardstaff Barriers

Hannah Timkey

Galliford Try

Mick Paternoster

Connect Plus Services

Robyn Campbell, Grace Sullivan, Nic Jones

Connect Archaeology

William Torney


Mark Richards & Craig Barber


Tom Foy

Galliford Try

Jessica Power, Lauren Edmunds, Guy Robinson

Lower Thames Crossing

Steven Porter & Robert (Bobby) Bowman

Aggregate Industries

Graham Seymour, Paul Robson, Lee Glasper, Chris Lancaster

Saferoad VRS

James Sharp

National Highways

Tommy Gorman


Tom Brooks


Stephen Watts

Malborough Highways

Lee Gustard


Ben Berrington


Mark Vickers

Marlborough Highways

Steven Adamson

John Sisk & Son

Alexander Broughton-Brown, Tyler Bond, John Cray and Aiden Dean

National Highways

Jason Cunningham & Ellis Spore

Beaumont TM

Brian Goddard


Sean Clinch


Sandy McCulluch Flannery / Costain

Gordan Cameron (Cammy)

Colas Traffic Management

Keith Hepple

Tarmac Traffic Management

Archie Pope

Balfour Beatty Living Places

Jim Cotter and Paul Ashmore

Hardstaff Barriers

Stuart Anwyl

Balfour Beatty

Gary Toone, Eddie Smith, Darren Saunders & Martin MacCallaugh

NY Highways

Russ Mann, Alex Porter and Richard Woodward

McCann and Co Ltd

Gareth Riley

Paragon Traffic Management

Whether its saving someone from danger or risk of injury, helping a member of the public to safety, or supporting a team member in the face of abuse the highways heroes’ awards recognise individuals who have coped admirably in the face of adversity, to recognise their heroic actions.

The individuals who have been shortlisted will now all receive a personal invitation to attend the gala evening which is Taking place at Grosvenor House Hotel on 7th December 2022, the awards will not only recognise those who have gone above and beyond their duty, but also those that have helped someone or improved a situation, either in the communities they work in or to unconditionally support fellow workers in their team.

Table sales will now open for the event on Monday 24th October with a limited number of tables available to organisations who wish to join us on the night.



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