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Tunnelling Awards shortlist announced

Tunnelling awards hall crowd

UK and international projects are gearing up for the most prestigious tunnelling event of the year following the announcement of the Tunnelling Awards 2016 shortlist.

The judging panel have spent the past two weeks reviewing and deliberating over the exceptional entries for this year’s Tunnelling Awards, which showcase the very best in tunnelling expertise.

New Civil Engineer can now reveal and congratulate the 2016 finalists who have already overcome the first hurdle of the rigorous judging process.

View the full shortlist here.

“This year’s awards finalists are at the forefront of the tunnelling industry: improving safety and driving innovation and efficiency,” said New Civil Engineer editor Mark Hansford.

“Our expert panel of judges had a tough time choosing the shortlist from the excellent standard of entries received, all of which demonstrate what a fantastic industry this is to work in. These are great companies delivering great projects.”

The awards ceremony will take place at the Grosvenor House Hotel London, on Thursday 8 December.

Join the inspiring shortlist and over 500 of the industry’s key players for an afternoon of celebration and networking opportunities. Please contact Chris Williams on 020 3033 2611, or email Christopher.Williams@emap.com to discuss the table packages available.

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