ICE Awards shortlist revealed

The Institution of Civil Engineers has announced 13 infrastructure and building projects shortlisted for the 2012 ICE London Civil Engineering Awards, in association with Speedy. The winning projects will be revealed on 5th March.

The complete shortlist includes
• BBC W1
• Blackwall Tunnel Northbound Refurbishment
• Cannon Place
• Exhibition Road
• Heron Tower
• Kings Cross Redevelopment Package 6
• Lee Tunnel Diaphragm Walls
• Old Ford Waste Water Recycling Facility
• The Shard
• St Patrick’s Soho R.C. Church
• The Peace Bridge
• Peter’s Bridge
• Las Arenas

Winners from 2011 include the East London Line, the Olympic Park, the Thames Barrier, Heathrow Terminal 5A, Hampton Advanced Water Treatment Works and Wembley Stadium.

The panel of judges stands as follows
• Sir Michael Bear, Managing Director, Balfour Beatty Property
• Max Fordham, Founding Partner, Max Fordham LLP
• Thomas Lane, Assistant Editor, Building
• Helen Nattrass, Tunnel & Substructure Engineer, Sir Robert McAlpine
• Chris Wise, Director, Expedition (chair of the awards)

Miranda Housden, Director of ICE London, said:”London is a global hub for excellence in engineering design, both in terms of its own infrastructure and in terms of the achievements of London-based engineers internationally. Over 40 major infrastructure and construction projects entered the ICE London Civil Engineering Awards this year and we are delighted to announce the thirteen shortlisted schemes, which will now go forward to the final judging phase.”

About The Author