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ICE South East England works to promote and celebrate the outstanding work of members. It organises awards to recognise exceptional projects, teamwork and individual excellence.
The ICE South East England Engineering Excellence Awards recognises excellence and imaginative concepts in civil engineering practice within London. The award recognises construction projects and promotes excellence in the engineering profession.
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ICE South East ofEngland gives a number of awards to recognise the individual expertise and excellence of ICE members in the region.
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The competition enables young civil engineers and students to develop their communications skills in a role-play presentation at a mock public meeting. The competition provides good CPD and also contributes to Development Objectives D1 and E4 and to Attribute 9.
The competition is open to teams of current ICE Graduate and Student members with up to 7 years' industry experience (including those working towards Technician membership).
The South East England competition can accommodate a maximum of five teams, with the winning team from this regional round receiving £250.
Teams must be made up of four people, except where a team has only a single ICE Student member when a team of five will be allowed. Student teams are very welcome, made up of Student members from one or more Universities/Colleges.
Teams will choose from a selection of pre-prepared engineering scenarios and will then:
The 2015 regional heats are now closed to new entries. Details on the 2016 competition will be posted later in the year.
A team from Transport for London, representing ICE London, won the 2014 Communications Competition with their presentation on the East End tube extension scheme. Chair of the judging panel, Past President, Geoff French, said: "The TfL team particularly impressed me with their ability to communicate the scheme and its impact in a way that would be understood by the public."
The Emerging Engineers Award (formally the Graduate and Student Papers Competition) promotes and rewards excellence in the originality and communication of civil engineering ideas and research. Branch heats have now taken place for the 2015 Awards. The National Final will take place later in the year.
The Emerging Engineers Award culminates in a national competition. 3 winners from across the UK are selected to take part in the final, held at our headquarters in London.
The selected finalists each present their papers, with the overall winner receiving a cash prize and the prestigious Institution Medal.
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