CECA Scotland Awards
Now open for entries!
CECA Scotland Awards 2018
Nominations are now open for #CECAScotAwards 2018, celebrating new and emerging talent in our industry.
Nominations are invited for Most Promising Apprentice, Most Promising Technician, Most Promising Trainee Quantity Surveyor and Most Promising New Entrant Trainee Civil Engineer.
Application forms can be downloaded below and should be returned no later than Friday 7th December 2018.
Saltire Infrastructure Awards 2018
The premier showcase for engineering excellence in Scotland.
CECA Scotland are working in partnership with ICE Scotland on the 2018 Saltire Infrastructure Awards, celebrating outstanding civil engineering achievements and the contribution civil engineers make to our quality of life in Scotland.
The awards will showcase the people who design, build and maintain the infrastructure on which we depend and the projects which transform our lives.
The awards are now open for 2018 and we are seeking entries for projects completed in 2017/18. We’re looking for the most innovative, creative and sustainable contributions to Scotland’s built and natural environment.
M8 M73 M74 Motorway Improvements, Winner of the 2017 Saltire Infrastructure Award
**** THE DEADLINE FOR ENTRIES HAS NOW PASSED ****
Thanks to everyone who has submitted an entry for the 2018 Awards.
The Judging Panel will be visiting applicants over the summer and we look forward to the winners being announced at our prestigious Awards Ceremony in the National Museum of Scotland on 24 October 2018.
The 2017 Winning Projects
You can find out more about the 2017 winning projects by reading the ICE-Saltire-Awards-2017-brochure
Thanks to everyone who attended our CECA Scotland Awards on Thursday 22nd February. All photos from the evening can be viewed and downloaded at:
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.