The ICE is calling for nominations for its annual awards, which recognise both outstanding civil engineering achievements and contribution to the profession and the Institution.
A range of medals are awarded, including the Edmund Hambly Medal, an award for the creative design of an engineering project that makes a substantial contribution to sustainable development.
It is intended to emphasise the important contribution that civil engineers and civil engineering make to the wellbeing of mankind and the environment.
The Brunel Medal awards either individuals or firms who have shown excellence in civil engineering.
The purpose of this award is to recognise valuable service or achievement.
Eligibility includes all grades of membership, local authorities, contractors, firms of consulting engineers, educationalists and any person or organisation connected with the civil engineering profession.
The Gold Medal is an award for civil engineering excellence to an individual whose sustained contribution to civil engineering over many years is of sufficient magnitude and stature to merit an Institution premier award.
Winners will be selected by the awards committee and will be announced officially at the awards ceremony at 1 Great George Street on 24 October. The closing date for entries is 19 April.
- Visit www.ice.org.uk/membership for more information or email firstname.lastname@example.org for a nomination pack.