In recognition of her work with the team working on the Transpennine Route Upgrade (TRU) Becky Pratt recently received an ‘Outstanding Contribution to the Team’ award, after receiving nominations from her project colleagues.
They spoke of Becky’s ‘Best For Programme’ mentality, her willingness to support team members and her dedication to improving processes. But what voters talked of most was the immense effort Becky put in to coordinating the DfT submission.
Becky is part of D2 Rail’s team working with the TRU Alliance between Network Rail, Amey, BAM Nuttall and Arup, who have been considering the infrastructure options for the Transpenine route, to the West of Leeds.
The awards are there to celebrate the huge efforts being made by the whole of the TRU team, who successfully submitted potential infrastructure options to the Department for Transport (DfT) at the end of 2017.
Programme Information Manager Sarah Barnes, who manages the Information Management team was delighted to hear of this award, and added:
“Becky Pratt fully deserves her award for her outstanding contribution to the TRU Project to date. She is a highly dedicated and innovative Information Manager and continues to excel in all that she does”
(Image TRU West of Leeds Programme Director Tim Ketteringham with Becky Pratt receiving her award)
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