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Have you submitted your GE Awards entry?

With the GE Awards 2015 event less than six months away, the judging panel urges entrants not to miss the 9 January entry deadline.

For the first time all shortlisted entrants will be invited to deliver a face-to-face presentation to the judges, who have been drawn from across the geotechnics industry and represent client bodies, professional organisations and leading academics. This new rigorous judging process is the foundation of the awards’ reputation for integrity in judging innovation and achievement in the industry.

Commenting on why companies should enter, GE Awards judge and Crossrail head of geotechnics Mike Black said: “The GE Awards are synonymous with best practice in ground engineering, so there can be no better way of demonstrating what a company is capable of to the rest of the industry than getting shortlisted.

“If you want to showcase your skills, techniques or values, or are just proud of a job you have been involved in, then you should definitely enter.”

New judges joining the panel to deliver the face-to-face interviews include Canary Wharf Contractors head of engineering John Crack, Dong Energy head of geotechnical engineering Christian LeBlanc Thilsted and Environment Agency director of allocation and asset management Ken Allison.

The awards ceremony will be held on 10 June 2015 at the Hilton Park Lane, London.

For more information about the event or to enter the awards, please visit

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