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The Gallery | The Structural Awards 2017 winners

The British Airways i360 has won the supreme award at this years Institution of Structural Engineers (IStructE) awards.

The other winners at the awards were chosen from a shortlist of 45 projects ranging from arts centres and tidal turbines to bridge renovations and stage structures.

IStructE chief executive Martin Powell said: “When you think you’ve seen it all, another year of exemplary entries are received elevating structural engineering, yet again, to another level. We have witnessed some breath-taking projects at this year’s awards, featuring ingenious use of materials and new construction methods to create buildings, bridges and landmarks that inspire.”

The Structural Awards 2017 category winners :

The Supreme Award for Structural Engineering Excellence

The Award for Tall or Slender Structures

  • British Airways i360 at Brighton - Structural Engineer: Jacobs

The Award for Long Span Structures

  • San Mames Football Stadium Cable Roof Extension - Structural Engineer: Idom

The Award for Vehicle Bridges

  • Destructor Bridge - Structural Engineer: Cowi (formerly Flint & Neill)

The Award for Pedestrian Bridges

  • The new mobile walkway of Geneva’s Jet d’Eau - Structural Engineer: Ingeni SA

The Award for Small Projects (of under £1M)

  • The Pump House - Structural Engineer: Webb Yates Engineers

The Award for Small Projects (of between £1M to £3M)

  • Adele 25 Stage - Structural Engineer: Ops Structures

The Award for Structures in Extreme Conditions

  • MeyGen Phase 1A - Structural Engineer: Robert Bird Group

The Award for Structural Heritage

  • Rejuvenation of the heritage Makatote rail viaduct - Structural Engineer: Opus International Consultants

The Award for Structural Transformation

  • The Design Museum - Structural Engineer: Arup

The Award for Construction Innovation

  • TallWood House at Brock Commons - Structural Engineer: Fast + Epp

The Award for Construction Integration

  • National Taichung Theater - Structural Engineer: Arup

The Award for Structural Artistry

  • Bahá’í Temple of South America - Structural Engineer: Simpson Gumpertz & Heger, Patricio Bertholet M., Halcrow, Josef Gartner 

The Award for Outstanding Value

The Award for Sustainability

  • The Enterprise Centre - Structural Engineer: BDP


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