2016 James Rennie Medal final: last few places

This year’s final takes place on 23 March 2016 at One Great George Street in London. It’s a great chance to hear from some of our brightest up-and-coming engineers and celebrate their achievements.

Joe Berrisford, of Scottish Power Renewables, won the 2015 James Rennie Medal.
Joe Berrisford, of Scottish Power Renewables, won the 2015 James Rennie Medal.

If you plan to become professionally qualified it's also an ideal opportunity to get an insight into the type of questions asked at Professional Review.

We still have a few places left if you plan to attend – book your place now.

Alternatively, if you're unable to attend in person, you can register to join us online

Our first all-female final

This year we celebrate the 20th year of the James Rennie Medal and for the first time in the medal's history we have an all-female final.

Our three finalists have been selected from over 1,419 Chartered Professional Review candidates from 2015. The finalists and their project reports are:

  • Sonja Abhyankar CEng MICE, from Arup, presenting her report on the Muregeye Bridge in Rwanda
  • Victoria Martin CEng MICE, from Expedition Engineering, presenting her report on the Stavros Niarchos Foundation Cultural Centre in Greece
  • Olivia Perkins CEng MICE, from Kier Infrastructure & Overseas Ltd, presenting her report on Crossrail contract C300/410 in the UK

Sonja, Victoria and Olivia will present and defend their project reports to an audience. The best candidate will receive the illustrious 2016 James Rennie Medal and £1,000 in recognition of their achievements.

We look forward to seeing you at the final, or online.