ACE is pleased to announce the winners of its Engineering Excellence Awards, recognising the very best that consultancy and engineering has to offer.
The awards event on the evening of 25 May was hosted by ITV News anchor Mary Nightingale at the St Pancras Renaissance Hotel, and brought together firms both large and small from across the industry and beyond.
ACE chief executive, Nelson Ogunshakin OBE, said: “This year’s awards were the most competitive we have seen with a remarkable standard of entry in every category.”
The awards also named the Engineering Ambassador of the Year. This year the prestigious title went to Hanif Kara of AKT2. Hanif is a founding partner of Adams Kara Taylor and is an enthusiastic exponent of using creative engineering to keep the UK’s industry one step ahead.
The winners list in full is:
Building services small
Delap and Waller - Public Records Office of Northern Ireland, Titanic Quarter, Belfast
Building Services Medium
Gifford - Conservation of Tyntesfield Estate
Building services large
WSP - Strata SE1
Building structures small
Crofton Design - Leas Lift, Folkestone
Building structures medium
Curtins Consulting - People’s History Museum
Building structures large
Pell Frischmann - University of Oxford, Department of Earth Sciences
Royal Haskoning - Weston-Super-Mare sea defence project
URS/Scott Wilson - Reconstruction of collapsed tunnel at Gerrards Cross
Mott MacDonald – LATreat
Ambassador of the Year
Sir Michael Latham
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Launched in 2008, ACE’s annual Engineering Excellence Awards showcase the finest achievements of consultancy and engineering firms and the innovation that makes the industry crucial to local, national and global economies.
A distinguished panel of judges come together to assess individual entries and judge against high expectations for original and unique design work, a future value beyond what is normal, and social, economic and environmental sustainability, and successful fulfillment of the client’s needs.
The expert judges are bought together from the fields of engineering, architecture, media and academia, as well as from within government. They then evaluate aspects of the projects holistically, but also the less tangible wow factor that a project may have with local communities and the wider public.