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ICE East Midlands works to promote and celebrate the outstanding work of members. It organises awards to recognise exceptional projects, teamwork and individual excellence.
The ICE East Midlands Merit Awards 2022 are now open for entries.
The annual awards provide an opportunity to showcase the best civil engineering projects and people across the region.
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ICE East Midlands organises and supports awards that showcase the outstanding achievements of ICE members in the region.
Verena Fernandes representing South East England netted the most votes to win this year’s ICE Pitch 200 after explaining the consequences of dams on salmon migration and possible solutions in just 200 seconds!
More than 3,400 people voted as part of the unique competition that challenges ICE members to use their creativity and communication skills to explain a civil engineering concept or project in an accessible and entertaining self-filmed video.
Vivek Jhaveri representing the Middle East region came second with a pitch video on the use of 3D printed concrete in construction, while third place went to Scotland’s Lauryn Steel for a video on bridge types.
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For more information about Pitch 200, please email [email protected].
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This is ICE East Midlands' premier award. Each year it is won by someone who has made a sustained and exceptional contribution to civil engineering in the East Midlands over the course of their career. The winner may not be a civil engineer, but will have made an outstanding contribution to the profession or or certain aspects of it, such as design, research, education, investigation and management.
In 2021 the William Kemp Award was awarded to Peter Barclay.
Peter, Midlands Highway Alliance Manager, was given the award for his outstanding contribution and using his position within the Midlands Highway Alliance to highlight the value of professional qualifications, particularly promoting the ICE EngTech MICE qualification.
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