Atkins' chief executive and T5's Clive Johnson pick up the indvidual prizes at Building's Health and Safety Awards

Heathrow Terminal 5 Clive Johnson and Atkins chief executive Keith Clarke walked away with the main prizes at Building’s Health and Safety Awards, held this week.

Johnson was named Health and Safety Champion of the Year for securing a safe working environment at Terminal 5 while Clarke won Outstanding Safety Achievement for his work chairing the Construction Industry Council’s health and safety committee. Jim Murphy of Ellmer Construction was named the Working Well Together site worker of the year.

Clugston Construction was a double winner, taking home awards for best Building Contractor’s Safety Programme and the Occupational Health Risk Management Award.

Miller Homes won Best Housebuilders’ Safety Programme, while Liverpool Housing Trust was rewarded for having the Best Public Safety Programme.

Architect Buro Happold beat off stiff competition from Amec, Skanska Technology and WSP to win Best Safety Programme for a Designer or engineer.

Winners and nominees attended the awards ceremony in the London Hilton, Park Lane on Thursday night.

For more details of all the winners visit our Health and Safety Awards pages. A gallery of images from the event will be available shortly