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CECA Scotland Awards

Celebrating the most promising new talent in civil engineering

CECA Scotland Awards 2020

Virtual CECA Scotland Awards  


We are delighted to confirm that we will be hosting the long awaited CECA Scotland 2020 Awards virtually.

The CECA Scotland Awards celebrate new talent in our industry and are a key highlight in the CECA calendar.  After being forced to postpone not just once, but three times, we are now please to be holding the event virtually and we hope it will be well supported by CECA Scotland members.

The Awards will be broadcast on on Thursday 4th March at 4pm and will feature live interviews with all our winners.

Awards will be presented in the following categories:

Most Promising Apprentice

Most Promising Technician

Most Promising Trainee Quantity Surveyor

Most Promising New Entrant Trainee Civil Engineer

We hope you will join us to celebrate the achievements of our 2020 #CECAScotAwards winners!

You can watch the Awards live at 4pm on Thursday 4th March here 

After the event premieres, you can watch it again here:


In advance of the 2020 Awards, you can get a flavour of last year’s awards on our Photo Gallery below:

CECA Scotland Awards 28.3.19 

We look forward to receiving your nominations! 

Our 2018 CECA Scotland Award Winners

CECA Scotland Awards 2018

CECA Scotland Awards 2018 

We were absolutely delighted with the number of entries received for  #CECAScotAwards 2018, the record number certainly meant very tough decisions for our CECA Scotland Judging Panel.

Congratulations to our 2018 winners, who picked up their awards on Thursday 28th March 2019 at our Annual Dinner and Awards, attended by almost 600 industry guests.

You can access and download photos from the Awards Photo Gallery here:

CECA Scotland Awards 28.3.19

You can access and download the full Awards & Dinner Photo Gallery here:

CECA Scotland Dinner and Awards Photo Gallery, 28.3.19

You can watch a short video clip of each winner below.

The winners in each category were:

Most Promising Apprentice – Chris Scappaticcio, Amey Highways


Most Promising Technician – Lewis Meeks, Pat Munro (Alness) Ltd

Most Promising Trainee Quantity Surveyor – Declan Miller, BAM Nuttall Ltd


Most Promising New Entrant Trainee Civil Engineer  – Joint Winners:

Kim McGowan, Morrison Construction


Kathleen Villaluz, BAM Nuttall Ltd

CECA Scotland Awards 2017 #CECAScotAwards

Thanks to everyone who attended our CECA Scotland Awards on Thursday 22nd February 2018.  All photos from the evening can be viewed and downloaded at:

CECA Scotland Awards (2017)Photo Album, 22.2.18 

Congratulations to our 2017 CECA Scotland Award Winners:

Larry Highton, I & H Brown – Most Promising New Entrant Trainee Civil Engineer

Stacey McArdle, Balfour Beatty – Most Promising Trainee Quantity Surveyor

James Kleiman, Amey – Most Promising Technician

Sophie Gray, George Leslie Ltd – Most Promising Apprentice.

As well as celebrating new talent in our industry, we were delighted to raise almost £10,000 for My Name’5 Doddie Foundation. Thanks to all attendees for your generosity and support for this important cause.

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