07 April 2022
Integration & Collaborative Working sponsored by Swegon
Integration & Collaborative Working Constructing Excellence SECBE Awards 2022 finalist
Collaboration to deliver Energy Transition
Artelia has made sustainable partnerships, ethical practices, and environmentally responsible services an integral aspect of its business strategy and a key part of meeting its UN17 Sustainable Development and Zero Carbon commitments.
In December 2021, Artelia and its partner supply chain delivered Shell’s first Electric Vehicle (EV) charging hub in the UK on the Fulham Road in London.
The hub reinvents the fuel station for EVs, replacing petrol and diesel pumps with ultra-rapid charge points. A global pilot, this is the first time Shell has converted one of its existing sites to cater solely for EVs, reflecting the company’s investment and commitment to the transition to future fuels.
Artelia UK was responsible for project managing the new EV hub from developing the early concept design, through planning, safe demolition and removal of the old forecourt to construction management and fit-out of the new hub and the installation of the nine high-powered, ultra-rapid 175kW charge points.
This project stands out because it will support energy transition by facilitating the scalable delivery of these innovative and sustainable mobility concepts and technologies through equitable and inclusive partnerships with our supply chain. In turn, Artelia is expanding the construction industry’s ability to embed sustainable features in the built environment.
Collaboration requires leadership and Artelia stepped into this role facilitating engagement across client, stakeholders and supply chain to drive innovation and provide solutions to the unexpected challenges that arose.
As a collective we have successfully reinvented the fuel station for EV drivers.
We have facilitated the scalable delivery of an innovative EV mobility concept and technologies through equitable and inclusive partnerships with our supply chain. This will help enable our client, Shell to efficiently rollout a wider programme of EV-only sites supporting the global move to EVs.
We have demonstrated that sustainable partnerships, ethical practices, and environmentally responsible services deliver better outcomes for clients, project partners and end users.
Find out who wins at the Constructing Excellence SECBE Awards 2022 Ceremony on Thurs 30th June 2022.
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About the Integration & Collaborative Working Award (sponsored by Swegon):
Collaborative working is central to the core values of Constructing Excellence and its drive for positive change in construction. It is most likely to manifest in the delivery of specific projects, however those who can demonstrate a culture across a series or programme of projects show leadership in a sustained approach. Integration of the supply chain, the client and end users will normally lead to a better outcome satisfying all stakeholders. More info