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Winners of this year's British Construction Industry Awards are pictured at last week's ceremony in the Grosvenor House Hotel, London. The major project award went to the Tinsley Viaduct strengthening, designed by Owen Williams and carried out by Edmund Nuttall. Large civil engineering project winner was the Chingford South water treatment works designed by Thames Water Engineering and built by Gleeson. Reconstruction of railway Bridges 2/11 and 2/12 at Battersea took the small civil engineering project award. Principal designer was Mott MacDonald, principal contractor Edmund Nuttall. The awards were promoted jointly by NCE, the Architects' Journal and Thomas Telford.

For full details see the award supplement published with NCE this week.

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