Yorkshire & Humber Annual Awards
The annual ICE Yorkshire and Humber Awards showcase the collective and individual achievements of civil engineers and civil engineering.
ICE Yorkshire & Humber works to promote and celebrate the outstanding work of members. It organises awards to recognise exceptional projects, teamwork and individual excellence.
ICE Yorkshire and Humber also gives and supports a number of awards that showcase the individual expertise and excellence of members.
Find out more about the awards and how you can enter.
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.
For more information about Pitch 200, please email [email protected].
This award honours an individual who has shown outstanding commitment to civil engineering by giving his or her time, to inspire the next generation of civil engineers on behalf of the Institution of Civil Engineers.
ICE Yorkshire and Humber selected Selina Rai as the 2021 STEM Ambassador of the Year, announced at the annual awards on 5 March 2021. She will now be put forward for the UK competition, the overall winner of which will be presented with their award in summer 2021.
The Regional Education Team presents three awards to individuals and companies that have made a significant contribution to the ICE ambassador scheme and helped raise the profile of civil engineering among young people.
The Yorkshire Geotechnical Group Presentation Competition is open to young geotechnical engineers (aged 30 or under by the end of the year of entry).
The aim of the competition is to encourage young engineers to prepare and give a technical presentation. It may be on any topic dealing with engineering behaviour of the ground, and can be based on a construction/design project or research.
The presentation doesn't have to focus on work that's completely your own, but you would need to point what part you played in the project or research.
Up to six finalists are chosen to give a 10-minute presentation, which should emphasise the geotechnical aspects of the work. There will be approximately five minutes allowed after each presentation for questions from the floor. A panel of professional engineers will judge the competition.
There are also cash prizes (kindly donated by the evening sponsors) available for competition winners. All entrants will be encouraged to produce a poster to exhibit on the evening of the final and a cash prize will be awarded to the best poster chosen by the judges.
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