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We want to know which civil engineering project means the most to you! Take a snap that you think captures the wonderful world of civil engineering and upload it below to be in with a chance of winning a prize.
The competition is part of #EngineeringSummer, designed to showcase civil engineering projects that make a difference to communities around the world. It could be a bridge that you cross every day, a new concert hall that’s transformed the area you live in, or simply a road that’s been designed to relieve congestion in your town. If it’s had a positive effect on you, or is simply stunning to look at, we want to see it!
There are two categories, each with a different prize:
Submit your entry to be in with a chance of winning a trip to our fantastic Water Engineering Exhibition at our HQ in London! The trip includes an activity session for you and your classmates, delivered by one of our national schools outreach team members. We’ll also reimburse up to £200 worth of travel expenses too.
If you can’t make it to London, don’t worry, we can come to your school and deliver a fun and educational activity for you and your classmates! Remember to let your parent or guardian know before you enter, as well as your school. If you’re a winner, we’ll get in touch to make all the arrangements.
Submit your entry to be in with a chance of winning a £100 Amazon voucher.
So, follow the hashtag on Twitter and let’s celebrate the civil engineers who transform society and safeguard the future! Closing date 8 September 2019.
Terms and conditions
Please select which group you are submitting your photo for:
Your photo file must be JPG, JPEG or PNG format. The maximum file size for your image is 10 MB.
Here's a selection of some of our favourites.
M1 J10-13 improvements - Night time gantry.
Photo by Mark Flicker.
Bridge demolition J12 of the M1 near Toddington.
Photo by Terry Higginson.
London Gateway, Essex.
Photo by Tony Moore.
Photo by Simon Morris.
Tower crane at sunset.
Photo by Luke Rogers.
Excavators working to break up the bridge deck.
Photo by Andrew Kenyon.
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