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Previous winners

2004: Charly Clark Project manager for Amec Group; completed £49M design and build A650 Bingley Relief Road, three months early.

2003: Joint winners: Liz Bell and Phil Stride Liz Bell, project manager for Alfred McAlpine Capital Projects, £10.2M Hodnet bypass design and build.

Phil Stride, network project director for Thames Water, delivering TW Utilities' £220M capital investment programme.

2002: Andrew McNaughton Operations director for Balfour Beatty Major Projects on Channel Tunnel Rail Link Contract 440, south of Ashford to Cheriton.

2001: Mark Cutler Alliance leader of RailtrackCarillion-WS Atkins alliance completing £36M Proof House Junction track and structures reconstruction, Birmingham, within 19 day blockade and ahead of budget.

2000: no award

1999: Graeme Stewart BP project manager for the Marine Vapour Recovery plant, a major environmental improvement project at the Forties crude oil export terminal on the Firth of Forth.

1998: Chris Marshall Project manager for Symonds Group on the Oresund Tunnel design.

1997: Stephen Tarr Operations director Balfour Beatty Civil Engineering for the M25 widening of Junctions 8 to 10.

1996: Paul Sheffield Project manager pioneering Kier's re-entry to Saudi Arabia with design and construction of a seawater intake system for the new power and desalination plant at Al Khobar.

1995: Stephen Brundle Scott Wilson's project manager for the planning and preliminary design stages of Manchester Airport's second runway.

1994: David Arden Chief engineer at the Ministry of Works & Engineering, Government of Bermuda, responsible for the Tynes Bay Waste Management Facility.

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