Winners 2015


 

Special Categories

Supreme Award for

Structural Engineering Excellence

All projects that win an award in one of the 11 principle categories will be considered for the highest accolade – the Supreme Award for Structural Engineering Excellence. Awarded at the Judges’ discretion, this Award recognises the finest example of structural engineering design entered that year.

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Sustainability

The Sustainability Award is presented to projects where outstanding commitment to sustainability and respect for the environment is integral to the structural design. Entries are considered by The Structural Awards judging panel from projects entered within the 11 principal categories.

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Award Categories

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Arts or Entertainment Structures

For excellence in the structural design of buildings and structures ranging from theatres, cinemas and music venues to art galleries, museums and exhibition centres, and even large structural sculptures.

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Commercial or Retail Structures

For excellence in the structural design of commercial buildings or retail complexes, such as office buildings, shops/shopping centres or mixed-use developments.

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Community or Residential Structures

For excellence in the design of a project which provides demonstrable benefit to the local environment, residents or community. Examples include housing schemes, residential homes, places of worship and community centres.

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Education or Healthcare Structures

For excellence in the structural design of buildings and structures which either facilitate learning, (such as schools, colleges and visitor centres) or support healthcare, (such as hospitals, care homes and clinics).

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Highway or Railway Bridge Structures

For excellence in the structural design of bridges carrying highways and/or railways.

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Infrastructure or Transportation Structures

For excellence in the structural design of projects such as transport stations, airport buildings or industrial buildings.

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Pedestrian Bridges

For excellence in the structural design of pedestrian, cycle, equestrian  or similar light bridge structures.

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Regional Groups

For projects that have a demonstrable benefit to the community and a positive impact on individual lives. Examples include community centres, sports halls and housing developments

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Small Practices

For excellence in structural design executed by a small practice. This is defined as a practice employing up to 10 staff engaged in structural design, who between them generate a maximum annual fee income of no more than £1 million (or equivalent).

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Small Projects

For excellence in the structural design of a project with a construction cost of under £2 million (or equivalent).

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Sports or Leisure Structures

For excellence in the structural design of buildings and structures such as stadia and sports halls and also including rollercoasters, skating rinks and ski jumps.

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Structural Heritage

For excellence in the structural design of a building or infrastructure-related project, where the style and integrity of the original heritage structure is maintained through restoration, conservation, extension or refurbishment.

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2015 Winners

The winning and commended projects for the 2015 Awards.
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