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Awards shortlist down to 15

Fifteen schemes have been shortlisted by judges from a bumper crop of entries to this year's Historic Bridges and Infrastructure Awards, representing the cream of the industry's conservation works.

The awards celebrate its 10th anniversary this year and will be founding chairman and judge Roland Paxton's final stint in the chair before he steps down from the post.

Entries to this year's awards – open to historic or conservation projects in England – covered a range of work from bridge repairs and reconstruction to retaining wall strengthening and canal refurbishment.

The awards are organised by the Panel for Historical Engineering works and supported by English Heritage, British Waterways, Network Rail and the ICE.

The winners and highly commended projects will be announced at a celebratory lunch at the ICE on 21 November.

For details, and to reserve your place at the lunch, contact David Greenfield, awards secretary, on 01823 277155, or email:

The Shortlist

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