The Structural Awards 2014 is now open for entries.

To visit the 2014 website please click here.

Previous winners

Previous winner 2013

The Cutty Sark

The Cutty Sark Conservation Project has preserved the last remaining tea clipper and turned her into a “new event venue more


Tynemouth Railway Station

Constructed in 1882, the fine wrought and cast iron canopy of the old LNER station at Tynemouth was on English Heritage’s more

Previous winner 2012

West Gate Bridge Strengthening

The iconic 2.6km long West Gate Bridge over the Yarra River is an important part of the Australian national road network. It more


Victoria Memorial Museum Building Rehabilitation

The Victoria Memorial Museum Building is a Canadian Classified heritage building which was completed in 1910. It suffered more


Conservation & Restoration of the Iron Market

At the time of the earthquake in 2010 the Iron Market consisted of a single-storey market building in cast iron and a famous more

Previous winner 2011

Royal Shakespeare Theatre

This project was the £57 million radical transformation of the Grade II* listed Royal Shakespeare Theatre in Stratford more


Mizen Head Footbridge

Mizen Head Footbridge is located at the south westerly tip of Ireland. It spans 50m across a dramatic sea gorge. The original more

Previous winner 2010

Supreme Court of New Zealand

The Supreme Court of New Zealand was established in 2004 as the final court of appeal. The project combined a new Supreme Court more

The Structural Awards 2013 Winners

We are delighted to announce the The Structural Awards 2013 Winners. There are 12 Category winners, with 6 Commendations, plus the coveted Supreme Award for Structural Engineering Excellence.

To take a look at the categories and find out more information about each of the projects, go to the Winners Page.

Thanks to our Sponsors

The Structural Awards 2013 were held at The Brewery, London, on Friday 15 November. The evening was a great success, drawing nearly 400 of the industry's most innovative engineers and companies.

Thanks to our event Partner, The Telegraph, along with all our Sponsors and Supporters. Find out more about our sponsors here.