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Recognising Women in Engineering 2019 awards open for entries

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New Civil Engineer and consultant Curtins are proud to introduce this year’s Recognising Women in Engineering awards.

The event aims to recognise women - at all levels and from all areas of work - who have made remarkable achievements within the realm of civil engineering. Last year, six women were recognised at a prestigious dinner in London, where their colleagues and the wider industry got to hear their inspirational stories.

This year we will be looking for women who have made a major contribution to their firm, whose work has made a major contribution towards a project’s successful outcome, or who have made a significant contribution to the sector through outreach.

Entrants can be from any discipline within a civil engineering firm, whether that is directly as a civil engineer or in transport planning, external relations, human resources or another engineering discipline.

The successful nominees will be invited to an exclusive dinner hosted by New Civil Engineer and Curtins at The Ivy in central London where their achievements will be celebrated.

This represents a unique opportunity for women within the civil engineering sector to gain recognition at a national level and have their achievements celebrated in New Civil Engineer.

This year we will be recognising women in seven categories:

1. Above and beyond
2. Outreach
3. Technical excellence
4. Contribution to a project
5. Business culture
6. Leadership
7. Contribution to gender diversity (this category is open to men and women)

The deadline for entries is Friday 17 May 2019.

Pictured are last year’s winners: Mott MacDonald projects principal Rosa Diez, Sellafield lead structural engineer Victoria Craig, Farrans senior site engineer Amy Wright, Northern Ireland Department for Infrastructure principal engineer (roads) Cindy Noble, Amey head of business improvement Lisa Ingram and Canal and River Trust project team manager Antonia Zotali (not pictured).

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