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The panel also selects the winner of The Supreme Award for Structural Engineering Excellence, which is announced at the Institution's annual Structural Awards event.
Judging the awards involves attending up to three meetings annually and providing rationales for shortlisted entries.
As a judge you act as an ambassador for the awards, speaking to the media, your construction industry peers and members of the public about their importance.
Membership is by invitation, but if you would like to get involved in judging the Structural Awards please contact the panel outlining your relevant experience.
Explore our range of online traning, recorded lectures and up and coming events.
John Roberts discusses his work on the British Airways i360, a remarkable new attraction on the Brighton seafront which was presented with the Supreme Award for Structural Engineering Excellence at The Structural Awards 2017.
Dr Bill Harvey, an engineer who has worked on bridges for over 40 years, explains the Elevarch project. This remarkable cost-effective solution to a common rail engineering challenge won the Award for Outstanding Value at the Structural Awards 2017.
Presenting the winners and commended projects in The Structural Awards 2019.
Professor Ding Jiemin argues that the core of innovative structural design is to break through traditional design concepts and procedure, better integrating it into the comprehensive building design.
Jo reflects on her own career and looks ahead to 2050, discussing the role structural engineers play in creating safe, sustainable, inclusive and resilient cities.
Bob's address, "The Adventure of the Itinerant Engineer", uses the stories of Sherlock Holmes to illustrate his outlook on structural engineering.
Mike's lecture, "Gesamtkunstwerk", was given during our 2015 Singapore International Conference.
Tristram's lecture, "Designing with computers", compares the benefits of computer analysis programmes with sketches and hand calculations.
Will Arnold, our Young Structural Engineering Professional of the Year 2017, imagines what structural engineering will look like in the year 2027 (and 2057).