Nominations for this year's ICE Awards close next Friday 6 April with the ceremony to be held at One Great George Street on Monday 8 October.
The annual ICE Awards recognise both outstanding civil engineering achievements and contributions to the profession and the institution. Winning an ICE Award is a watermark event for a civil engineer or project, providing the winner with not only a medal, but media coverage and recognition within the industry.
If you know of a person or project deserving of nomination please put them forward for one of the awards.
There are 7 awards categories:
• Gold Medal (individual) - for civil engineering excellence, someone whose sustained contribution to civil engineering over many years is of sufficient magnitude and stature to merit an institution premier award.
• International Medal (individual) - for a civil engineer's outstanding contribution to civil engineering outside the UK.
• Garth Watson Medal (individual) - long, dedicated and valuable service to ICE by a member or member of staff.
• Warren Medal (individual) - in recognition of valuable service rendered by a member to his or her region.
• Edmund Hambly Medal (project based) - for the creative design of an engineering project that makes a substantial contribution to sustainable development.
• Brunel Medal (project based) - recognises valuable service or achievement which has been rendered to or within the civil engineering industry.
• Chris Binnie Award (sector based, assessed by ICE water expert panel) - for work which has benefited society by improving the sustainability of water.
The winners are decided by the ICE Awards Committee and announced at the ICE Awards ceremony on Monday 8 October.