• Patron’s Award from the Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents (RoSPA) 2017 – Excellence In Safety Performance

2017

RoSPA (Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents) – Excellence In Safety Performance – Patron’s Award

One of only two businesses in the UK to achieve 29 consecutive gold awards for safety performance.

2016

GOSHA (Guernsey Occupational Safety & Health Association) – Best of the Best for the 2nd Year running

Large Organisation & Individual Contributions Award 2016

GOSHA (Guernsey Occupational Safety & Health Association) – Health & Safety in Construction – Gold Award

GOSHA (Guernsey Occupational Safety & Health Association) – Hazard Management – Gold Award

GOSHA (Guernsey Occupational Safety & Health Association) – Occupational Health – Gold Award

2015

Winners of the RICS Awards 2015 ‘The  Grand Final’  – Infrastructure Category

Walham 400kV Substation Flood Defence Scheme

Winners of the RICS South West & National Awards 2015 – Infrastructure Category Award & Project of the Year Award

Walham 400kV Substation Flood Defence Scheme

2014

GOSHA (Guernsey Occupational Safety & Health Association) – Best of the Best

Large Organisation and Individual Contributions Award 2014

Winners of ICE South West Engineering Awards 2014 – Major Project Award & Members Award

Walham 400kV Substation Flood Defence Scheme

Winners of GOSHA (Guernsey Occupational Safety & Health Association) 2014

Bellegreve Treatment Facility – Guernsey

2013

Overall Winners of the ICE South East England Engineering Awards 2013

Heat Recovery Project Fawley Refinery

RoSPA (The Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents)

Highly Commended in the Construction Commercial Industry Sector
Order of Distinction (28 Consecutive Golds) Award for Occupational Health & Safety
Twice winners of The Sir George Earl Trophy
Behavioural Safety Best Practice Awards Achievement

British Safety Council

Merit for 29 Consecutive Years

Professional Forum

  • Trant Professional Forum

The Trant Professionals Forum was originally focused on civil, mechanical and electrical engineers and quantity surveyors but has since been extended to include all professions contributing to the success of the Company. Monthly breakfast meetings are held to enable the Forum to acknowledge individual achievements and discuss the progress of its members.

The Trant Professionals Forum has two main aims:

To raise the profile of the Company’s engineering capacity (including in-house design and professional status) within the marketplace in order to maintain its frontier position and ensure robustness and sustainability going forward.

To recognise and further promote an individual’s professional development by providing support and encouragement to pursue professional accreditations commensurate with their capability and job function. Whether or not our staff are from an academic or "time served" background, with us they can benefit from achieving recognition from their appropriate Professional Institution.