Enter the Yorkshire Structural Engineering Awards 2021
Date published

2 July 2021

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Enter the Yorkshire Structural Engineering Awards 2021

Date published
Date published

2 July 2021



The awards recognise structural engineering achievements within the Yorkshire region.

Submissions will be independently judged and awards will be conferred on the basis of engineering merit alone; not size, cost or profile of project or practice.

The deadline for entries is Friday 30 July 2021.

There are potential awards for large/medium and small companies (less than 25 employees) in the two main awards:

  • Structures
  • Best Emerging Talent

In addition to the above, the judges may also give a Community Benefit Award and a discretionary Outstanding Structural Contribution Award.

All awards are free to enter. 

The format of the award announcement and presentation will be confirmed. It is intended that the format will be at our Annual Awards Dinner however this will depend on limitations on social contact that might be in place as a result of the current pandemic.

If you would like to enter, please review the full terms, conditions and instructions on how to enter.

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