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Awards

ICE South West strives to promote the work of civil engineers in the region. We recognise and celebrate the fantastic projects that our members work on, and the outstanding achievements of individuals.

Recognising individual achievement

Showcasing the efforts of our members is important and helps recognise their individual expertise and contribution to the profession. We're committed to recognising the achievements of early career engineers and nurturing the industry's rising stars and future leaders.

This award acknowledges the commitment and achievements of talented apprentices in the built environment and is open to all ICE members studying an apprenticeship.

The judges are looking for nominees who have:

  • Made a positive impact on the profession.
  • Demonstrated integrity and professionalism in their employment and voluntary activities.
  • Promoted civil engineering to those outside the profession.
  • Sought to develop a culture of fairness and inclusion, ensuring all team or project members are valued.
  • Used their enthusiasm to inspire and motivate colleagues.
  • Developed innovative practices with tangible impact on project effectiveness and/or sustainability.

Download the entry form

The application deadline is 17:00 on Tuesday 30 April 2024.

Award sponsor:
Tony Gee and Partners LLP

Tony Gee and Partners LLP

Consulting Engineers, Tony Gee is renowned for delivering complex, competitive permanent and temporary infrastructure design solutions.

2023 winner
Meg Ginsberg
Meg Ginsberg, apprentice project manager - Infrastructure Team, South West Water

This award recognises the emerging talent within the ICE South West’s graduate membership and their overall contribution to civil engineering and the work of the ICE.

The judges are looking for nominees who have:

  • Made a positive impact on the profession.
  • Demonstrated integrity and professionalism in their employment and voluntary activities.
  • Promoted civil engineering to those outside the profession.
  • Sought to develop a culture of fairness and inclusion, ensuring all team or project members are valued.
  • Used their enthusiasm to inspire and motivate colleagues.
  • Developed innovative practices with tangible impact on project effectiveness and/or sustainability.

Download the entry form

The application deadline is 17:00 on Tuesday 30 April 2024.

Award sponsor:
WSP

WSP

Harnessing innovation and sharing insights across our diverse, international team to create a tomorrow’s world that is cleaner, greener and safer.

2023 winner
Maddie Eaves
Maddie Eaves, civil engineer, Jubb Consulting

This award for regional STEM volunteers celebrates their commitment, inspiration and creativity.

Jessica Williams, an assistant engineer at Stantec, is the ICE South West STEM Ambassador of the Year 2023.

She said:

“Being a STEM Ambassador has enabled me to share with students of all ages and abilities my journey and positive experiences as a young female engineer.

“I believe that by delivering engineering-inspired activities, I can help students appreciate the opportunities on their doorstep, while also building their confidence to explore solutions and have fun.

“In particular, I like to show how civil engineering is an inclusive career, which can allow them to influence their locality, the environment and people’s safety, making for positive change.”

2023 winner
Jessica Williams
Jessica Williams

Emerging Engineers Award

The Emerging Engineers Award promotes and rewards excellence in the originality and communication of civil engineering ideas and research.