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Heathrow T5 wins Structural awards

Heathrow’s Terminal 5 (T5) was the supreme winner at the Institution of Structural Engineers (IStructE)’s Structural Awards 2008 on Friday.

At a gala dinner held at the IStructE headquarters in London’s Belgrave Street on 14 November and attended by over 400 people, the Supreme Award for Structural Engineering Excellence went to Arup for their T5 design.

After first taking the award for Commercial and Retail Structures, T5 went on to win the Supreme Award.

Over 80 projects from around the world were nominated across 12 different categories, 19 of which were awarded on the night.

Notable among the winners were: Heritage Award for Buildings winner St. Pancras International Station and Westminster Bridge Fascia Replacement Project for the Infrastructure Heritage Award.

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