The Structural Awards have celebrated the very best in structural engineering worldwide since 1968.
Past winners have included iconic structures such as Heathrow Terminal 5 and the Sydney Opera House. Some recent winners are showcased below.
A project to repair and strengthen a town hall following devastating earthquakes. Significant portions of the structure were upgraded, repaired and restored. Other areas underwent a complete rebuild. High-end analysis minimised the strengthening work required for the superstructure. On completion, the town hall achieved a 100% New Building Standard rating.
A movable bridge built across Copenhagen harbour. The project required close cooperation between all parties due to the complex nature of the structure.
Please note: due to COVID-19 restrictions the Structural Awards were not held in 2020, although a gallery of project entries was published online in Autumn 2020. These entries were subsequently considered for shortlisting and an award in 2021.
The cable-net roof structure is a key feature of this stadium redevelopment project.
The bridge crosses the Tamina canyon 200m above the gorge. The arch and the superstructure create a continuous prestressed girder mainly forming the structural system.