CECA Scotland Awards

Celebrating the most promising new talent in civil engineering

 

CECA Scotland Awards

Celebrating the most promising new talent in civil engineering

 

Scottish Civil Engineering Awards

Celebrating outstanding civil engineering achievement, innovation and ingenuity in Scotland

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We are now accepting nominations for our Most Promising awards which will be presented at the CECA Scotland dinner in March 2022.

The CECA Scotland annual dinner is one of our industry’s biggest events of of the year when civil engineering contractors join together with local and national decision-makers as well as senior figures from public sector infrastructure clients. We are proud to use this significant platform to promote the next generation and showcase the most promising young people who have chosen to pursue a career in our industry.

There are four different awards available and the winners in each category will receive a certificate and a £500 prize presented at our annual dinner in Glasgow at the end of March. CECA Scotland member companies can only nominate one employee per category but we welcome nominations for multiple categories. The deadline for submissions is Friday 26 November.

Most Promising Apprentice

Any apprentice, who is currently undertaking, or has completed during the last 18 months, a Construction Apprenticeship programme and is employed by a member of CECA Scotland in the civil engineering contracting industry. There is no age limit. This award focuses on candidates undertaking apprenticeships in general construction operations, highways maintenance, road building, plant operations and plant maintenance.

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Most Promising Technician

Any Technician, who is currently undertaking (or has completed during the last 24 months) a foundation, modern or graduate level apprenticeship programme and is employed by a member of CECA Scotland in the civil engineering contracting industry. The Technician must be working within the sector but the apprenticeship need not necessarily be construction related.  There is no age limit.

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Most Promising Trainee Quantity Surveyor

Any Trainee Quantity Surveyor, excluding Technicians, who is being supported by their employer while working towards a recognised quantity surveying qualification (or who has completed such a qualification during the last 24 months). The Trainee must have joined the industry within the last four years, be employed by a member of CECA Scotland in the civil engineering contracting industry, but can be either site or office based.

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Most Promising New Entrant Civil Engineer

Any Engineer, excluding Technicians, who is being supported by their employer while working towards a recognised civil engineering qualification.  This is not restricted to those who are on an ICE company training scheme or similar. The Trainee must have joined the industry within the last four years, be employed by a member of CECA Scotland in the Civil Engineering Contracting industry but can be either site or office based.

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