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Beautiful bridges, stunning skylines, terrific tunnels… we want to see them all.
This summer, take a snap that you think shows the ‘beauty of civil engineering’ and upload it below to be in with a chance of winning a £100 Amazon voucher.
‘Beauty’ can refer to a structure that takes your breath away as soon as you see it, but it can also mean something less visible. Perhaps it’s an open space that’s been designed to harmoniously bring different communities together, or a bridge or building that provides an elegant solution to a persistent problem in the area.
If it’s civil engineering with an outstanding outcome – we want to see it.
You can enter as many images as you’d like, but each image must be uploaded and submitted individually.
Please include a sentence to accompany each image to explain why you think it fits with the theme of ‘beauty of civil engineering’.
The top prize is a £100 Amazon voucher.
The competition closes on 6 September 2021.
Follow the hashtag #EngineeringSummer on Twitter and let’s celebrate how civil engineering can be pleasing to the eye and contribute to the heart of society.
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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.
Belfast WwTW Archimedes Screw Pump Refurbishment.
Photo by Peter Ligget.
Sayyida Fatima bint Ali Mosque, Oman.
Photo by Aaqib Dalvi.
Lee Tunnel, Abbey Mills Pumping Station.
Photo by Udip Rai.
Rock-Hewn Churches, Lalibela.
Photo by Tesfahun Wubshet.
A view from atop of the north wesh chimney of Battersea Power Station.
Photo by Neil Murphy.
Excavators working to alleviate flooding and unwanted discharge into the River Clyde
Photo by Jordan Speirs.
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