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Ruminations of an Awards Assessor

Serving on construction-industry awards panels is almost invariably interesting but can be disappointing if assessors are aware of some other projects well worthy of an award, which were just not entered. In terms of numbers the engineering entries are frankly disappointing when compared with the very many architects who enter. These notes are written in the hope of future redress in this and also to reduce possible mystique surrounding the subject of awards. S.B. Tietz