Young Structural Engineer of the Year Award
Awarded to exceptional young structural engineers
The Young Structural Engineer of the Year Award is given to young structural engineers who demonstrate outstanding performance and show exceptional promise for the future.
The winner receives £1,500; the runner-up receives £500..
How to enter
The competition is open to structural engineers who have not reached their 28th birthday by 1 April 2013.
Candidates are required to demonstrate creativity and originality in structural engineering, and entries should include the following:
A report of not more than 2,000 words on a structural engineering project in which the candidate has had a significant input
It should describe the project, the individual’s involvement, and provide extracts from calculations
A nomination letter from the candidate’s employer of between 500 and 1,000 words
The candidate’s brief CV
Submitting your entry
All entries should be sent via email to firstname.lastname@example.org to arrive no later than Thursday 4 April 2013.
When making your submission please include YSEOY 2013 and your name in the subject line. Please note we will not accept hard copies.
You can receive a maximum of five marks on each of the criteria. The judges will consider your submission under the following are:
Creativity (which covers imagination, ingenuity, inspiration, inventiveness and originality)
Knowledge of subject
Quality of written English
Clarity and presentation