NCE Top 100 Winners!
Last night saw the prestigious national New Civil Engineer NCE Top 100 Awards take place in London. These awards recognise the most forward-thinking, innovative firms operating in civil engineering today and it was a real achievement for us to make the Top 100 for the second year in a row. The awards looked at all aspects of our business, from the training and development of our team through to the outcomes of our projects. This year we were finalists in 3 categories;
- Excellence in Urban Living
- Excellence in Climate Resilience
- The ‘Trending 20’ – this category highlighted the Top 20 smaller firms to watch
Drum roll please…… and the good news is we won the Excellence in Urban Living Award! Well done to our team and in particular to our Director Paul Morris and Associate Director Leah Stuart who presented to the judging panel for this category. With our vision being all about helping to deliver inspirational structures and places that enable people to lead happier and healthier lives, this award recognises the work we do to try to make this vision a reality in our towns and cities.
As part of the rigorous judging process, our team had to give presentations to a panel of industry judges. So, it was with great anticipation that they attended last night hoping to scoop an award. Thankfully our luck was in and we walked away with the Excellence in Urban Living award for the work we have done helping to deliver healthy cities and in particular for the public realm work in Altrincham that we have delivered in partnership with Landscape Architects Planit-IE. Well done to all the Civic Engineers team for their hard work. Being recognised in these awards and winning one is a fantastic result!
Mark Hansford, Editor of New Civil Engineer said, “Civil engineers have amazing stories to tell. And that’s what the NCE 100 is all about. Finding and telling stories We were looking for companies who, in 2018, had the most inspiring stories to tell. Stories of innovation, of changing our industry for the better, and of making the world a better place to live through their projects. We had 17 specific categories and for each we had a trio of expert judges, hand picked for their knowledge and expertise. The view of these judges was simple: our winner in each category was incredible.”