picture of attendees at supplier awards TfL Supplier Awards at the London Transport Museum

The 2019 TfL Supplier Awards ceremony will take place at the London Transport Museum on Wednesday 27 November.

The awards - open to all our suppliers - recoginise suppliers for efforts in various areas, such as working collaboratively with TfL to help make the transport network more innovative, delivering better value for money and improving transport in London. Suppliers will also be recognised for helping to address underrepresentation in the workplace, implementing innovation and protecting the environment.

TfL employees can also nominate suppliers.

"We are excited to launch the TfL Supplier Awards for the third year running. This event gives us the opportunity to recognise the great work our suppliers do to keep London moving, working and growing. As we adapt our network to keep apace with technology advances, we must find an increasing number of ways to support our suppliers to help drive our efficiency and productivity. I encourage our suppliers to put themselves forward for the event, not only for the recognition they deserve, but also to continue these discussions to help modernise, maintain and operate our network "

We're inviting submissions in the following categories:

  • Health, Safety and Environment
  • Efficiencies and Innovation
  • Collaboration
  • Responsible Procurement
  • Small and Medium Enterprise

Submit your interest in being considered for TfL's 2019 Supplier Awards.

First round submissions are now open - they close at noon on Monday 2 September 2019.

Read the full list of categories and evaluation criteria:

In 2018 there were more than 100 submissions for the nine different awards. Taylor Woodrow BAM Nuttall was recognised as TfL's Supplier of the Year for its approach to collaborative working, enabling the company to work with us in an honest and proactive way, as well as for its high safety ethos and performance.

Taylor Woodrow BAM Nuttall was also commended for its involvement in upgrading Bond Street and Victoria Tube stations, making them more spacious, with step-free access, helping to ensure that the stations are accessible to all customers, including disabled or older customers, parents or carers with buggies and people with heavy luggage.

Some of our 2018 winners