11 November 202218:30 - 23:59
52 Chiswell Street
London EC1Y 4SD
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until 16 September 2022
The Structural Awards 2022 shortlist presents some of the best engineering projects the world has to offer. Winners will be announced at a black tie gala dinner at The Brewery on Friday 11 November.
Changes for 2022
This year exciting changes are coming to the Structural Awards to ensure that we recognise the incredible work structural engineers around the world are delivering in response to emerging issues in construction, particularly the climate crisis.
In place of award categories entries will be judged in response to the four key attributes that exemplify structural engineering achievement: Planet, People, Process and Profession.
Be the first to find out the winning projects
Be a part of the world's leading celebration of structural engineering excellence
Showcase your work and celebrate with your team
Network with businesses and professionals who are passionate about great engineering
Enjoy a black tie event and gala dinner at an iconic London venue
Table of 8:
£1390 + VAT (until 16 September)
£185 + VAT (until 16 September)
The health and safety of our guests is paramount to us.
We are working with the venue to provide a COVID safe environment and have taken the decision to reduce the number of guests seated at each table to 8 to make sure you can enjoy the evening with a little more space.
If you would like to discuss the event or get more information about the COVID-19 safety measures please get in touch via [email protected]
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