Yorkshire and Humber Emerging Engineers Award final, Leeds

15 March, 2017 | 18:30 - 20:30

2016 competition photo L-R: Sarah Burtonwood (judge), runner-up Van Hien Nguyen (University of Sheffield), Paul Durkin (judge), runner-up Nicola Talbot (Arup), Bryan Penny (judge), winner Penny Gilg (Network Rail).
2016 competition photo L-R: Sarah Burtonwood (judge), runner-up Van Hien Nguyen (University of Sheffield), Paul Durkin (judge), runner-up Nicola Talbot (Arup), Bryan Penny (judge), winner Penny Gilg (Network Rail).

About this event

The award promotes and recognises outstanding communication of civil engineering work. ICE student, graduate and trainee technician members in the region submit research and innovative work related to engineering projects and designs.

The top entries, which are selected by expert judges, present their work and compete for prizes at the regional final.

Regional winners also have the chance of being shortlisted for the overall final which takes place at ICE's headquarters in London.

Presentations are followed by question and answer sessions when audience members are encouraged to participate.

There is also an opportunity to enjoy complimentary refreshments and network with other engineering professionals.

Attending the Emerging Engineers regional final gives you a great chance to:

  • Learn about the latest developments in engineering
  • Test the finalists' knowledge
  • Add to your continuing professional development (CPD) record

The Yorkshire and Humber regional finalists are:

James Green GMICE, Hydrotec Ltd
'Design refinement of a typical pumping station through physical modelling'

Kimberley Middleton GMICE, Story Contracting
'Eden Brow railway landslip: reopening the Settle to Carlisle line in time for the Flying Scotsman'

Elaine Robinson GMICE, Arup
'Surface Water Drainage Design at a Costal Location - A Case Study'

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