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The Ground Engineering Awards – Call for entries

NCE's sister magazine Ground Engineering announced this week it will host the inaugural Ground Engineering Awards on 15 February 2008.

This exciting event has been created to honour the huge successes and outstanding achievements within geotechnical and geoenvironmental engineering. The Awards will celebrate the importance of this sector of the industry and its ability to demonstrate innovation, sustainability and value engineering.

The event will feature seven categories including:
- The Private Sector Project of the Year (projects up to and over £1M)
- The Public Sector Project of the Year (projects up to and over £1M)
- The Sustainability Award
- The Health & Safety Award
- The Young Engineer Award

The lunchtime ceremony will take place at the Royal Garden Hotel, Kensington, London.

Ground Engineering editor Damon Schonmann said: "I am looking forward to receiving a broad range of entries and meeting those involved, on what is sure to be a very special day for the industry."

The Awards are open to companies, both domestic and overseas, where consultants and contractors have made a significant contribution.

The deadline for entries is 16 November 2007, for more details, see www.geawards.com

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