Awards are made for civil engineering projects in recognition of achievement, excellence or innovation in civil engineering. Nominated projects will normally be expected to have been completed or substantially completed not more than two years before the closing date for nominations.
Factors to be taken into account will include value and impact on society, sustainability, health safety and welfare, quality of design, innovation and best practice, difficulty and response, collaboration and excellence in delivery.
There's a range of categories available to suit a range of projects and people. The categories are:
- Centenary Award - projects £5m and over
- Smeaton Award - projects less than £5m
- Sir John Fowler Award – studies and research
To be eligible for submission projects must be constructed in the Yorkshire and Humber region, designed in the region and constructed overseas, or a feasibility study/research project largely undertaken in the region. You can enter more than one scheme (one entry per form).
Download an entry pack
The closing date for entries is: Friday 3 November 2017 (nominations received by 20 October 2017 will receive a discount on entry). View some of our previous winners.
Good luck and we look forward to receiving your entries.