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The competition

Applications, preferably by e-mail, are invited from 'professionally qualified civil engineers who have achieved excellence in management, irrespective of the size or type of activity, field of practice, project or employing organisation.' The award is not limited to engineers in charge of design or construction of projects. The emphasis is on management and the ability of civil engineering managers to demonstrate a 'tangible outcome' from their work.

Entries should include:

lPersonal information lNames of two referees lDescription of the team and overall objectives lDescription of the management challenges involved lA statement of personal achievements lHighlights of personal performance linked to the 12 key roles defined in ICE's publication Management guidelines for the construction professional.

A shortlist of 12 will be selected in July and invited to submit a more detailed application. In October four finalists will be chosen and called to make a presentation to the judges on 19 November.

In addition to Laing O'Rourke, CEMYA 2002 is also sponsored by ICE, The Chartered Management Institute, Movement for Innovation and NCE.

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