Full list of winners
Our judging panel recognises the best work published in The Structural Engineer each year, as well as the best lectures given at HQ or around our Regional Groups.
The Murray Buxton Award - Alice Blair, Carolina Bartram and Edward Clark
For "Structural design of the new Exhibition Road Quarter at the Victoria & Albert Museum, London"
The Guthrie Brown Award - Hay Wah Michael Sien
For "Office footfall vibrations: a discussion on response factor for design and mitigation measures"
The Derrington Construction Award (Diploma): Damian Eley and Nigel Annereau
For "The structural engineering of the Leadenhall Building, London"
The Derrington Construction Award (Medal): Ghanshyam Kumar and David Sharples
For "Design of Farringdon Elizabeth Line station"
The Clancy Prize: Deborah Lazarus and Hyuk-Il Jung
For "Damage assessment and monitoring for building on the Elizabeth Line"
The Oscar Faber Award (Diploma): John Orr
For "Knitting bespoke reinforcement for new concrete structures"
The Oscar Faber Award (Medal): Allan Mann
For "Structural Vibrations"
Sir Arnold Waters Medal: Athanasios Bistolas
For "The River Irwell Bridge- Pushing the boundaries in civil engineering via collaboration"
Our Nominations Committee presents awards to recognise outstanding commitment to the Institution
The Award for Excellence in Structural Engineering Education: Ted McKenna
For "Curriculum Evolution: change via a series of ‘controlled explosions’"
Kenneth Severn Award: Fiona Carr
For her response to the President's question "What additional skills do structural engineers need to develop to answer future humanitarian challenges?"
Pai Lin Li Travel Award: Arthur Coates
For his research proposal ‘Tall Timber: an exploration of mass timber technology’
The Young Structural Engineering Professional Award 2019: Kristina Scheibler-Frood
For her presentation of her work on No. 1 Palace Street
Matthew Thomas, for demonstrating his experience on Vatican Chapel, Pavilion of the Holy See
Marc Easton, for his excellent poster presentation of his work on "Chapultepec Uno"
Stephen David Alford - for his much valued and extensive support of the Northern Ireland Regional Group over a period of many years
David John Goatman - for his much valued and extensive support of the Lancashire and Cheshire Regional Group over a period of many years
David Gregory - for his much valued and extensive support of the East Midlands Regional Group over a period of many years
Gordon Eric Harris - for his much valued and extensive support of the Surrey Regional Group over a period of many years
Suzanna Ovenstone - for her much valued and extensive support of the Scottish Regional Group over a period of many years
Stephen Taylor - for his much valued and extensive support of the United Arab Emirates Regional Group over a period of many years
Lewis Kent Awards
Paul Fast - for his outstanding contributions to the profession including innovative designs, his commitment to the professional development of younger engineers and his passion for excellence in structural engineering worldwide’
Anne Fuller - for her dedicated service to the Institution over a period of many years particularly in relation to its examinations’
Shui Kwan Thomas Lai - for his dedicated service to the Institution through Committees, Panels and the North Thames Regional Group over a period of many years’
David Guy Vesey - for his dedicated service to the Institution over a period of many years particularly in relation to its examinations’
President’s Award 2018: Alastair Soane
For his total commitment to establishing and developing CROSS over many years, promoting international relationships and confidence in the robustness and global applicability of CROSS; and for his overall leadership as Director of Structural-Safety.
Keith Eaton Award: Peter Tak Sum Ho
For his promotion of the Institution on an international platform including conference organisation and as an examiner in Singapore and the People’s Republic of China.
The Lifetime Achievement Award: Tony Gibbs
For his dedicated service to the Institution for a period spanning over 45 years, including the Board, Council, Committees, Panels and the Caribbean Regional Group.