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Submit your entries by 31 January 2017
The ICE London Civil Engineering Awards are an unparalleled opportunity to draw attention to the hidden benefits of civil engineering to society. These awards showcase the most innovative, creative and sustainable contributions to the physical and social environment. All award winners demonstrate excellence in design and construction, drawing attention to project management, financial control and health and safety.
Previous winners of our awards include Thames Water Lee Tunnel Project, Lee Tunnel Flow Transfer System, Bridget Joyce Square - Australia Road SUDS Scheme, PAL 6 District and Circle Line Underpass Victoria Station Upgrade and District Hospitals Project Ghana – Dodowa Hospital.
Winning schemes will be announced on 25 May, 2017 at the ICE London Civil Engineering Awards Ceremony at One Great George Street.
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Judging panel 2017
- Chair: Mark Thurston, Regional Managing Director, Europe, CH2M
- Martin Baggs, former CEO, Thames Water
- Victoria Borwick, MP for Kensington
- Steve Fox, CEO, BAM Nuttall
- Ian Gardner, Director, Global Energy Leader, Arup
- Janet Miller, CEO, Museum of London Archaeology
- Rachel Skinner, Director, Development, WSP Parsons Brinkerhoff
ICE London Civil engineering awards ceremony
Our flagship event of the year, the ICE London Civil Engineering Awards Ceremony 2017, is on Thursday 25 May, at 6.30pm in the magnificent Great Hall of the institution's headquarters at One Great George Street.
The winners will be announced at this ceremony hosted by ICE President Prof Tim Broyd. The event attracts a large audience of more than 300 senior figures from London's built environment and construction sector, and provides a valuable opportunity for networking with peers and celebrating the successes of our industry.
2016 Award winners