Babcock recognised at the ICW Collaborative Working Awards

We were delighted to have scooped three prizes including The Chairman’s Award at last night’s prestigious ICW Collaborative Working Awards.

Presented at the House of Lords, these annual awards celebrate collaborative working in all its forms and recognise exceptional achievements and the true value of collaborative working in action.

Babcock and BAE Systems’ Team Convergence won The Chairman’s Award for their work in creating a UK maritime weapons centre of excellence that increases capability, improves reliability, and delivers better value.

The Operation Unify Team, which was set up by Babcock, DE&S and Field Army to build confidence in the delivery of critical equipment support for the British Army, won the Public/Private Collaboration Award.

And The Armour Centre, set up by Babcock and the Customer to reduce lost training days and enable fleet reduction decision, won the Collaboration for National Security Award.

Babcock was also shortlisted in four other areas.

David Lockwood, Babcock CEO, said: «Collaboration is one of Babcock’s core principles – and I am delighted that our teams’ hard work has been recognised by the Institute of Collaborative Working.

«This couldn’t have been achieved without the fantastic support from our partners, both internal and external, and I want to extend my thanks to them as we collaborate to create a safe and secure world, together.”