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Gallery | NCE100 winners

Top engineering companies celebrated civil engineering talent and best practice at the NCE100 awards ceremony on Wednesday evening.

Arcadis claimed first prize as it won Company of the Year and pushed last year’s winner Arup into second place. Jacobs, Mace, Ramboll, Sweco UK, Mott Macdonald, Costain, WSP and Black & Veatch all made the top ten.

FJD Consulting was named the NCE100 Trending20 Champion at the awards evening in East London. The award was established this year to recognise the work of smaller firms with a staff of 200 or less.

“Huge congratulations to Arcadis,” New Civil Engineer editor Mark Hansford said. “As well as wowing our judges its worth mentioning that they were only a few points behind Arup in staff scores too.

“That means in three years of NCE100 we’ve had three Companies of the Year with Arcadis joining Arup and Opus as Gold Medal Winners.”

Civic Engineers, GHD, Ramboll, Robert Bird Group and Royal HaskoningDHV won categories in the Shaping the World category at the New Civil Engineer 100 Companies of the Year awards.

Curtins, CGL, Breheny Civil Engineering, Sweco UK and Jacobs all won awards for their business culture and Mott MacDonald, Kier, Edenvale Young Associates, Mace and Arcadis were the winning firms in the tech excellence categories.


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