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GE Next Generation Awards are open for entries: download entry forms here

The inaugural GE Next Generation Awards is now open for entries and candidates have seven categories to choose from.

GE Next Generation Awards

The first GE Next Generation Awards will be held in the evening of 13 November 2014 at a top London hotel with an address delivered by Imperial College professor John Burland and the awards presented by GE editor Claire Smith.

The event has been conceived to celebrate the emerging talent within the geotechnics sector and create a platform to highlight the skills crisis that the industry faces.

In order to ensure the bright young students and graduates within the geotechnics industry are recognised at this event, their entries must be received by Friday 5 Septmeber 2014.

Candidates must submit their entries by downloading one of the entryforms below and sending their completed entry to GENextGen@emap.com

The categories are:

Ground Engineering Apprentice of the Year

sponsored by:

Bachy GE training

 

Undergraduate Student of the Year

Postgraduate Student of the Year

Young Ground Investigation Specilaist of the Year

Young Geoenvironmental Specialist of the Year

Young Geotechnical Engineer of the Year - under 26

Young Geotechnical Engineer of the Year - 26 to 30

Sponsored by:

Arup

 

 

 

 

  • Also supported by:

    Bam Ritchies

     

     

     

     

     

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