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Ed McCann will help choose BCIA winners this year

29 March 2022

The ICE President is on a panel of the industry's movers and shakers reviewing entries competing to be recognised at the 2022 British Construction Industry Awards.

Ed McCann will help choose BCIA winners this year
The judging panel for this year's BCIA has been revealed. Image credit: BCIA

The ICE President Ed McCann is one of several industry big hitters who will identify the best people and projects in construction at this year’s British Construction Industry Awards (BCIA). 

He will lead this year’s Productivity Initiative of the Year judging panel, which will recognise initiatives which aim to improve productivity in project delivery.

Head judge for this year’s awards is Emma-Jane Houghton, the Cabinet Office’s commercial director for the new hospital programme and chair of the ICE Council’s Civil Engineer of the Future working group.

ICE members helping to judge

Other civil engineers helping to choose this year’s winners include Mark Southwell, managing director of civils infrastructure at AECOM and Lydia Walpole, digital operation and performance director at Costain.

Several ICE fellows will also be sharing their expertise to sift through hundreds of entries, including:

  • Tideway programme director and ICE Trustee Andy Alder
  • Dr Katherine Ibbotson, director of strategic advisory at WSP
  • Peter Molyneux, major roads director at Transport for the North
  • Tony Caccavone, expansion airline strategy director at Heathrow Airport
  • Barbara Welch, programme director at Mace
  • Chris Dulake, major projects portfolio director at Mott MacDonald
  • Mark Enzer, chief technical officer at Mott MacDonald and director at Centre for Digital Built Britain

The full list of judges

How to enter

There are 22 categories of awards, ranging from Commercial Project of the Year to Carbon Net Zero Initiative of the Year.

The deadline to enter the BCIA is Friday, 13 May 2022.

Enter now

  • Anh Nguyen, content strategy manager at ICE