There will be 13 domestic awards and an international award, with the winners announced at the gala dinner in October.
Judges this year will be led by Rob Holden, chief executive of client London and Continental who last year delivered High Speed One.
As in the past, judges will assess entries against quality, cost certainty, safety and team delivery criteria.
The final decision will take into account a range of factors including the quality of design and construction, value for money, application of quality management, performance against prediction and client satisfaction as well as sustainability and 'green issues'.
The 35 shortlisted projects are, in no particular order:
New Shetland Musuem & Archives
Barking Learning Centre
Royal Alexandra Children's Hospital
Royal Hall, Harrogate
St.Marylebone C.E. School Performing Arts Centre
Aston Martin Design Studio
Lymington New Forest Hospital
The National Tennis Centre
De La Warr Pavilion
Hexham Flood Alleviation Scheme
Newbiggin Bay Coast Protection Scheme
Cleveleys Coast Protection Phases 2 & 3
Budds Farm WWTW
Sheffield Inner Relief Road
National Theatre Studio
St Pancras International Station
Royal Festival Hall
Heathrow Terminal 5
Manchester Civil Justice Centre
The O2 Arena
DLR Langdon Park
Cremorne Riverside Centre
Potters Fields Park Pavillions
North Wall Arts Centre
Newlyn Art Gallery
East Beach Café
Boltby Reservoir Discontinuance
Exmouth Dock & Sea Wall
Spire of Hope
Castleford Weir Fish Pass
A full break-down of categories each project has been shortlisted for will be published soon.