Scottish Civil Engineering
The premier showcase for celebrating civil engineering excellence in Scotland.
We are now accepting nominations for the 2022 awards. Projects or phases of projects should be located in Scotland and substantially completed in the period May 2021 to August 2022. The awards will be presented at an in-person event around November 2022. Please note that the closing date for all applications will be on 30th June 2022 at 5pm.
The 2021 winners included Glasgow’s Smart Canal, the A9 Berriedale Braes upgrade and Glasgow Queen Street Station.
IN 2021 WE RECOGNISED PROJECTS IN THE FOLLOWING CATEGORIES:
Greatest Contribution to Scotland
This award is given to the project that most beneficially impacts the people of Scotland and visitors to Scotland and best showcases the vital contribution that civil engineers make to Scottish life.
Best Infrastructure Project
This award recognises civil engineering excellence in the design and construction of transport, geotechnical or water engineering, energy, waste or regeneration.
This category rewards ground-breaking developments in products, materials and ways of working which change future practices. The entry can apply to a new method or the development of an existing method to enhance project outcomes.
The building award recognises the engineer’s part in collaborative working across the whole design and construction team to produce a building solution that is elegant and positively influential.
Rural Resilience Award
Recognising the best civil engineering intervention that has significantly improved the connectivity or resilience of Scotland’s rural communities.
For projects that have made a significant contribution to their local area involving the local community in an innovative or exemplary way. It could be for a public space project with significant positive impact upon the local community or a restoration of historic infrastructure.
Watch back last year's virtual awards ceremony
Discover more about the projects nominated for last year’s awards
A9 Berriedale Braes
Major works to improve the safety of a tight hairpin bend on the popular NC500 route.
Refurbishment work to protect one of the most scenic parts of the West Highland Line.
Glasgow Airport Investment Area
The development of a new manufacturing innovation district in Renfrewshire.
Queen Street Station
The redevelopment of Glasgow’s Queen Street Station was a key component of the Edinburgh – Glasgow Improvement Programme.
Glen Mallan Jetty
The Royal Navy jetty on Loch Long was extended to better support the British surface fleet.
A vital road link in the Borders was restored following landslip damage on the B6318.
Remedial work on the historic Katrine Aqueducts will protect water supplies for 1.3m people.
This iconic hydraulic bridge over the Union Canal in Edinburgh has been fully restored.
The site of a former Clydebank shipyard has been brought back to life as a new civic hub.
A new bridge for walkers, wheelers and cyclists was installed over the Cree in Newton Stewart.