Social Impact Award winners

Nichols, as part of the Towns Fund Delivery Partner (TFDP), is delighted to announce that the TFDP has won the Institute for Collaborative Working’s Social Impact award.

This award is in recognition of our collaborative approach to supporting Towns across the country, to help bring about transformational regeneration and social benefits within their communities.

Congratulations to everyone who was nominated!


Project Speed Vision Report

This week, we are delighted to release our Project Speed Vision Report.  At Nichols, we have always placed huge value on increasing the efficiency of projects, because through doing this, we are delivering life changing benefits to individuals and communities faster.  To read our insight on achieving this efficiency through Project Speed, click here.



Key lessons on Systems Integration

We are delighted that Nichols’ Temi Afolabi and colleagues have had their paper on System Integration at Crossrail published on Crossrail’s Learning Legacy website. The paper explores the practicalities of integrating Europe’s most complex rail project, providing many useful lessons for future infrastructure projects.  To read the paper, click here.


Gender perceptions in transport

Nichols is delighted to be included in the APPG report for Women in Transport on gender perceptions in the transport industry. In the report, we share our vision to create a business environment that reflects the variety in the world around us, and reveal the results we have achieved so far. Click here to read the full report


Towns Fund Delivery Partner nominated for two awards

Nichols, as part of the Towns Fund Delivery Partner, is delighted to be attending the APM Project Management Awards on Monday 15 November.

We are nominated for not one, but two Awards: Programme of the Year and Innovation in Project Management.

We look forward to celebrating excellence and innovation through projects in a range of industries across the public and private sectors.


Frances Nichols nominated for industry contribution

As part of International Women’s Month, our Chair and Creative Director, Frances Nichols, was nominated by the IPFA for her outstanding contribution to raising consciousness and loving variety in business and the world. To view the nominees, click here.