Saltire Infrastructure Awards 2018 – Winners Announced

Saltire Infrastructure Awards 2018 – Winners Announced

Congratulations to 2018 #SaltireCivils winners!

The winners of the 2018 Saltire Civil Engineering Awards were announced on Wednesday 24th October in a ceremony at the National Museum of Scotland in Edinburgh.

The Forth Replacement Crossing project, with the dramatic Queensferry Crossing as its centrepiece, has won the Greatest Contribution to Scotland award at this year’s Saltire Infrastructure Awards with Glasgow’s Shieldhall Tunnel picking up the much-prized Infrastructure award.

Recognising excellence and innovation in civil engineering, this year’s awards were run jointly by CECA Scotland and ICE Scotland, under the Saltire Society banner.

The Awards attracted 13 entries from across Scotland and included submissions for harbours, bridges, tunnels, motorways, distilleries, railways, public spaces and flood protection schemes.

Congratulations to all winners and also, to all CECA members on shortlisted projects.

The winning projects were as follows:

Saltire Building Award
The Macallan Distillery and Visitor Centre

(Contractors: Robertson Construction, SH Structures)

Saltire Engineering in Scotland Award

Carnogli Healthcare Centre, Tristan da Cunha

(Contractor: Morrison Construction)

Saltire Regeneration Award
Sighthill Transformational Regeneration Area

(Contractor: VHE Construction)


Saltire Infrastructure Award 
The Shieldhall Tunnel

(Contractor: Costain-Vinci Construction Grands Projets Joint Venture)

Saltire Greatest Contribution to Scotland
Forth Replacement Crossing

(Contractor: FCBC JV -Hochtief, Dragados, American Bridge, Morrison Construction)


Clyde Wind Farm Extension (Balfour Beatty, Jones Bros)
Garriongill Embankment (The QTS Group, Skanska)
Inverness West Link (Wills Bros Civil Engineering)
Loanhead Railway Path Extension (RJ McLeod)
Ness Weir Restoration (Mackenzie Construction)
Prince Charles Wharf (Southbay Civil Engineering Ltd)
Tay Bridge (Taziker Industrial Ltd)
Water of Leith Flood Prevention Scheme (McLaughin & Harvey)

You can access the full Saltire Infrastructure Awards brochure below: