Announcing the Shortlist!
We are delighted to announce the shortlist
for The Structural Awards 2015, celebrating the extraordinary achievements of structural engineers around the world.
Structures from 13 nations are recognised this year, including the tallest observation wheel in the world, a bridge modelled on a Japanese hand fan, a memorial to victims of the September 11 terrorist attacks, and an 'amphibious' house. The winners will be announced at The Structural Awards ceremony in London on Friday 13 November 2015.
Martin Powell, Chief Executive of The Institution of Structural Engineers, said:
"This year's shortlist illustrates the extraordinary scope and beauty of great structural engineering, and the amazing range of abilities engineers have: designing everything from practical, affordable housing for developing nations and spectacular showpiece structures to vital infrastructure solutions and projects to mitigate the effects of climate change.
"This Structural Awards shortlist really recognises the outstanding professionalism and creativity of structural engineers and the profound effect they have in helping to shape our world."
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