Shortlist announced 1 August
Entries to The Structural Awards 2018 have now closed. The judges will shortly meet to review entered projects and draw up a shortlist, which will be announced on 1 August 2018.
Chairman of the Judges, Tim Ibell, said:
“On behalf of the judges I’d like to thank all those who entered projects to The Structural Awards 2018. We’re delighted to have seen many more new firms entering their work for consideration in our unique celebration of structural engineering excellence, and a wonderful range of entries covering the full spectrum of engineering skill from across the globe.
"We very much look forward to reviewing entries and drawing up another wonderful shortlist, showcasing the dynamism and innovation at work in the profession.”
The Structural Awards are the world's foremost celebration of structural engineers as innovative, creative design professionals and the guardians of public safety.
For over 50 years, the Structural Awards have showcased the world's most cutting edge engineering achievements. Past winners include iconic structures such as the Sydney Opera House, the Pompidou Centre and the Severn Bridge.
All entries are reviewed by a panel of world renowned judges who are truly passionate about structural engineers’ contribution to society as design professionals.
Our twelve principal categories emphasise structural characteristics and technical expertise rather than the type of structure, allowing for projects of any scale to enter.
Winners will be announced on Friday 16 November at The Brewery, London. The ceremony is a highlight of the industry calendar and fantastic networking opportunity.
The Structural Awards are organised by The Institution of Structural Engineers, the world's largest membership body dedicated to the art and science of structural engineering.
Key Dates and Deadlines 2018
||Open for entries
||Extended deadline for entries
||Shortlist announced/ticket sales open
||Structural Awards Dinner and Ceremony 2018
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