East of England - awards

Wallasea Island, Essex

ICE East of England runs competitions and awards for individual members and project teams.

Celebrating outstanding civil engineering achievements

BAM Wallasea MHE Structures Lagoon

East of England Merit Awards

ICE East of England presents its Merit Awards every year to celebrate civil engineering in the region. The awards help give projects the recognition and prestige they deserve.

Find out more about our Merit Awards

Recognising individual achievement

ICE East of England gives a number of awards to recognise the individual expertise and excellence of ICE members in the region.

Find out more about the awards, below.

Individual award for Merit

Individual Award for Merit

The ICE East of England Regional Board gives four awards to exceptional people who have shown extraordinary dedication and commitment to ICE at branch and regional level.

They are:

  • Award for Merit: For outstanding service to civil engineering in representing East of England at any level. Proposed by Regional Executive Board
  • Commendation for Distinguished Service: For outstanding service at regional level. Proposed by Regional Chair
  • Commendation for Good Service: In recognition of good service in a committee role at branch level. Proposed by Branch Chair
  • Commendation for Meritorious Conduct: For service of an exceptional nature - e.g. for conduct involving a high degree of courage, endurance, initiative, devotion to duty. Proposed by Regional Executive Board

Current winners

At the 2018 ICE East of England Annual General Meeting, long serving members Andrew Cowburn and Stephen Hague, were presented with Certificates of Merit in recognition of their contribution to the region by outgoing Chair Andy Palmer.

Andrew Cowburn and Stephen Hague receiving their Certificates of Merit from Andy Palmer

Pitch 200

Pitch 200

Pitch 200 is an engineering competition with a difference.

ICE members, at every level from around the world, have the opportunity to submit a pitch video that uses their creativity and inventiveness to communicate a civil engineering idea in just 200 seconds.

Eight finalists have been shortlisted for the public vote which runs from 7 July to 18 August 2021.

Find out more and cast your vote

For more information on Pitch 200, please email [email protected].

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