Civil Engineering Business Leader 

This award recognises an engineering consulting firm (UK division or wholly based UK firm) in the construction and civil engineering industry that has delivered improved performance during the previous 18 months.

The entry should demonstrate how a business strategy, or series of strategies, led to financial growth within the business.

The award will celebrate firms that have continually delivered innovation, quality and value over the last 18 months, while growing in terms of revenue, profits and staff numbers.

The entry should relate to business decisions that were introduced in the year prior to the latest published financial results.  

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Judges will look for:

  • Delivery of growth in terms of revenue, profits, size of projects and staff numbers in the last 18 months
  • Examples of a clear step change in business operations
  • Enhanced services offered by the company
  • Successful project delivery that demonstrates continued technical excellence
  • Demonstration of partnering capabilities and collaborative working
  • Development of strong relationship with clients, project partners and supply chain that have benefitted the business and its ability to deliver work above the expected standard
  • Business strategies that have the potential to deliver continued growth in the future

Each entry should be supported by a maximum of three images. Images should be in landscape, more than 1MB in size, in jpeg/png format and should not be edited to include details of the category or the name/logo of the company entering (or any other annotations). Additional text (other than diagram annotation) included in supporting documents will not be used by the judging panel. The images might be used in marketing material and featured in New Civil Engineer.

This award recognises small and medium-sized enterprise (SME) engineering consulting firms in the construction and civil engineering industry that has delivered improved performance during the previous 18 months.

The entry should demonstrate how a business strategy, or series of strategies, led to financial growth within the business.

The award will celebrate firms that have continually delivered innovation, quality and value over the last 18 months, while growing in terms of revenue, profits and staff numbers.

The entry should relate to business decisions that were introduced in the year prior to the latest published financial results.  

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Judges will look for:

  • Delivery of growth in terms of revenue, profits, size of projects and staff numbers in the last 18 months
  • Examples of a clear step change in business operations
  • Enhanced services offered by company
  • Successful project delivery that demonstrates continued technical excellence
  • Demonstration of partnering capabilities and collaborative working
  • Development of strong relationship with clients, project partners and supply chain that have benefitted the business and its ability to deliver work above the expected standard
  • Business strategies that have the potential to deliver continued growth in the future

Each entry should be supported by a maximum of three images. Images should be in landscape, more than 1MB in size, in jpeg/png format and should not be edited to include details of the category or the name/logo of the company entering (or any other annotations). Additional text (other than diagram annotation) included in supporting documents will not be used by the judging panel. The images might be used in marketing material and featured in New Civil Engineer.

This award recognises and celebrates an engineering consultancy firm which has implemented a successful change in its business during the last 18 months; be that a successful merger, acquisition, creation of a new division or establishing a new culture within the business.

The entry should relate to a change of business which sits harmoniously within the company’s existing structure while enhancing services offered to clients and improving the company’s financial performance.

The entry should demonstrate how the company delivered change while taking its existing employees with them rather than dictating the change to them. The entry should also explain how the change benefits clients and firms the business collaborates with.

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Judges will look for evidence of:

  • A good communication campaign to existing employees to explain the reasons behind the business change
  • Successful integration of business change which has improved the company’s capabilities or capacity
  • Why the change of business benefits the company
  • How the business change compliments existing business targets
  • Financial impact of the business change on revenue and profit of overall business and predicted future impact

Each entry should be supported by a maximum of three images. Images should be in landscape, more than 1MB in size, in jpeg/png format and should not be edited to include details of the category or the name/logo of the company entering (or any other annotations). Additional text (other than diagram annotation) included in supporting documents will not be used by the judging panel. The images might be used in marketing material and featured in New Civil Engineer.

This award recognises an engineering consulting firm (international division or wholly based outside of the UK firm) in the construction and civil engineering industry that has delivered improved performance during the previous 18 months.

The entry should demonstrate how a business strategy, or series of strategies, led to financial growth within the business.

The award will celebrate firms that have continually delivered innovation, quality and value over the last 18 months, while growing in terms of revenue, profits and staff numbers.

The entry should relate to business decisions that were introduced in the year prior to the latest published financial results.

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Judges will look for:

  • Delivery of growth in terms of revenue, profits, size of projects and staff numbers in the last 18 months
  • Examples of a clear step change in business operations
  • Enhanced services offered by the company
  • Successful project delivery that demonstrates continued technical excellence
  • Demonstration of partnering capabilities and collaborative working
  • Development of strong relationship with clients, project partners and supply chain that have benefitted the business and its ability to deliver work above the expected standard
  • Business strategies that have the potential to deliver continued growth in the future

Each entry should be supported by a maximum of three images. Images should be in landscape, more than 1MB in size, in jpeg/png format and should not be edited to include details of the category or the name/logo of the company entering (or any other annotations). Additional text (other than diagram annotation) included in supporting documents will not be used by the judging panel. The images might be used in marketing material and featured in New Civil Engineer.

Civil Engineering Business Culture Leader 

This award recognises an engineering consulting firm which can demonstrate that it is an exemplar place to work.

The entry should demonstrate how an initiative or series of initiatives has improved the wellbeing of its employees both personally and professionally (be it financially, mentally, socially or otherwise).

The entry should relate to an initiative that was introduced in the past 18 months.

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Judges will look for evidence of an initiative(s) that:

  • Demonstrates employee wellbeing is put at the forefront of the business model
  • Ensures turnover (or churn) of employees is kept to a minimum
  • Encourages professional development
  • Is unique or different from what other companies are doing
  • Is setting an example for other companies within the sector to follow
  • Involved dialogue and input with the workforce to fully understand the risks and challenges
  • Shows the drivers for adoption and willingness to learn and improve
  • Demonstrates a clear step change and the wider application of lessons learned

Each entry should be supported by a maximum of three images. Images should be in landscape, more than 1MB in size, in jpeg/png format and should not be edited to include details of the category or the name/logo of the company entering (or any other annotations). Additional text (other than diagram annotation) included in supporting documents will not be used by the judging panel. The images might be used in marketing material and featured in New Civil Engineer.

This award recognises a small and medium sized enterprise (SME) engineering consulting firm which can demonstrate that it is an exemplar place to work.

The entry should demonstrate how an initiative or series of initiatives has improved the wellbeing of its employees both personally and professionally (be it financially, mentally, socially or otherwise).

The entry should relate to an initiative that was introduced in the past 18 months.

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Judges will look for evidence of an initiative(s) that:

  • Demonstrates employee wellbeing is put at the forefront of the business model
  • Ensures turnover (or churn) of employees is kept to a minimum
  • Encourages professional development
  • Is unique or different from what other companies are doing
  • Is setting an example for other companies within the sector to follow
  • Involved dialogue and input with the workforce to fully understand the risks and challenges
  • Shows the drivers for adoption and willingness to learn and improve
  • Demonstrates a clear step change and the wider application of lessons learned

Each entry should be supported by a maximum of three images. Images should be in landscape, more than 1MB in size, in jpeg/png format and should not be edited to include details of the category or the name/logo of the company entering (or any other annotations). Additional text (other than diagram annotation) included in supporting documents will not be used by the judging panel. The images might be used in marketing material and featured in New Civil Engineer.

This award recognises a consulting firm within the construction and civil engineering industry that champions equality, diversity and inclusion (EDI) as part of their business focus.

The entry should demonstrate how a specific policy, or set of policies, has been introduced to promote fair opportunities for a diverse workforce. The entry should also explain why and how EDI policies have a positive impact on the business and the services the business provides.

The entry should include tangible statistics to support EDI claims (eg breakdown of staff numbers by race or gender; or gender pay gap figures).

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Judges will look for evidence of a policy, or set of policies, that:

  • Provides greater opportunities for existing staff of all backgrounds
  • Attracts talent into the business from a range of backgrounds
  • Creates and promotes diversity within the sector and beyond
  • Commits to further increasing diversity within the built environment

Each entry should be supported by a maximum of three images. Images should be in landscape, more than 1MB in size, in jpeg/png format and should not be edited to include details of the category or the name/logo of the company entering (or any other annotations). Additional text (other than diagram annotation) included in supporting documents will not be used by the judging panel. The images might be used in marketing material and featured in New Civil Engineer.

This award recognises an SME consulting firm within the construction and civil engineering industry that champions equality, diversity and inclusion (EDI) as part of their business focus.

The entry should demonstrate how a specific policy, or set of policies, has been introduced to promote fair opportunities for a diverse workforce. The entry should also explain why and how EDI policies have a positive impact on the business and the services the business provides.

The entry should include tangible statistics to support EDI claims (eg breakdown of staff numbers by race or gender; or gender pay gap figures).

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Judges will look for evidence of a policy, or set of policies, that:

  • Provides greater opportunities for existing staff of all backgrounds
  • Attracts talent into the business from a range of backgrounds
  • Creates and promotes diversity within the sector and beyond
  • Commits to further increasing diversity within the built environment

Each entry should be supported by a maximum of three images. Images should be in landscape, more than 1MB in size, in jpeg/png format and should not be edited to include details of the category or the name/logo of the company entering (or any other annotations). Additional text (other than diagram annotation) included in supporting documents will not be used by the judging panel. The images might be used in marketing material and featured in New Civil Engineer.

This award recognises a consulting firm within the construction and civil engineering industry that has implemented a strong recruitment policy to attract new talent to the business while simultaneously ensuring that it retains its existing skilled workforce.

The entry should include examples of policies or initiatives that have been implemented to attract new talent to the business; in particular to fill roles which have historically been hard to fill or where there is a shortage of skills within the industry.

The entry should also demonstrate how staff have been motivated to remain within the business and work that has been delivered to support those returning to the sector after a career gap 

The entry should relate to an initiative that was championed within the last 18 months.

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Judges will look for:

  • Evidence of an initiative, strategy or policy that provides greater opportunities for career development for existing workforce
  • Initiatives which attract talent into the business from a range of backgrounds and sectors
  • Initiatives which target specific skill shortages within the business
  • Long-term plans for staff to ensure retention of talent
  • Implementation of a returneeship programme
  • Introduction of flexible working practices
  • Overall staff numbers including a breakdown of staff recruited during the past 12 months, and staff resignations

Each entry should be supported by a maximum of three images. Images should be in landscape, more than 1MB in size, in jpeg/png format and should not be edited to include details of the category or the name/logo of the company entering (or any other annotations). Additional text (other than diagram annotation) included in supporting documents will not be used by the judging panel. The images might be used in marketing material and featured in New Civil Engineer.

This award recognises a consulting firm within the construction and civil engineering industry that has demonstrated an innovative, unusual, or cutting edge approach to environmental and sustainability issues and improving social value at a business level, in the last 18 months.

The entry must demonstrate how corporate strategy focuses on the three pillars of environmental, social and governance policy.

The entry must show how corporate social conscience is embedded into everything the entrant does to deliver social and environmental benefits for society with a focus on project outcomes throughout their work.

The entrant must show how it leads the way in embedding social value into its business culture and processes to deliver the needs of communities.

The entry must relate to strategies or business decisions made during the past 18 months.

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Judges will look for evidence of an initiative, strategy or policy, or set of policies, that:

  • demonstrate benefits to all three pillars of sustainability – environmental, social and governance
  • Analysis should show a quantifiable sustainable benefit
  • Demonstrate how the approach was applied/could be applied across the supply chain to ensure maximum benefits
  • Examples of how approach is being rolled out to schemes/projects to focus on the outcome of work with emphasis on boosting social value

Each entry should be supported by a maximum of three images. Images should be in landscape, more than 1MB in size, in jpeg/png format and should not be edited to include details of the category or the name/logo of the company entering (or any other annotations). Additional text (other than diagram annotation) included in supporting documents will not be used by the judging panel. The images might be used in marketing material and featured in New Civil Engineer.

Civil Engineering Sector Leader 

This category is open to specialist consulting firms or divisions within larger consulting firms in the construction and civil engineering industry that provide services within the airports sector.

The award will celebrate a specialist business division or firm that has continually delivered innovation, quality and value over the last 18 months, while growing in terms of revenue, profits and staff numbers.

Entrants must demonstrate how they have improved their services over the last 18 months and use evidence from projects to show how the business’ technical abilities has gone beyond the expected level of service for clients and also benefitted the supply chain.

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Judges will be looking for examples of:

  • Strong relationship with clients, project partners and supply chain that have benefitted the business and its ability to deliver work above the expected standard
  • Delivery of growth in terms of revenue, profits, size of projects and staff numbers in the last 18 months
  • Innovation that has brought new solutions to the market to benefit projects delivered in the last 18 months
  • Policies, strategies or innovations which benefits the sector as a whole

Each entry should be supported by a maximum of three images. Images should be in landscape, more than 1MB in size, in jpeg/png format and should not be edited to include details of the category or the name/logo of the company entering (or any other annotations). Additional text (other than diagram annotation) included in supporting documents will not be used by the judging panel. The images might be used in marketing material and featured in New Civil Engineer.

This category is open to consulting firms within the construction and civil engineering industry that provide services within the energy sector. Entrants can either be specialised divisions within a larger organisation or consultants who focus on energy as a core part of their business.

The award will celebrate a specialist business division or firm that has continually delivered innovation, quality and value over the last 18 months, while growing in terms of revenue, profits and staff numbers.

Entrants must demonstrate how they have improved their services over the last 18 months and use evidence from projects to show how the business’ technical abilities has gone beyond the expected level of service for clients and also benefitted the supply chain.

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Judges will be looking for examples of:

  • Strong relationship with clients, project partners and supply chain that have benefitted the business and its ability to deliver work above the expected standard
  • Delivery of growth in terms of revenue, profits, size of projects and staff numbers in the last 18 months
  • Innovation that has brought new solutions to the market to benefit projects delivered in the last 18 months
  • Policies, strategies or innovations which benefits the sector as a whole

Each entry should be supported by a maximum of three images. Images should be in landscape, more than 1MB in size, in jpeg/png format and should not be edited to include details of the category or the name/logo of the company entering (or any other annotations). Additional text (other than diagram annotation) included in supporting documents will not be used by the judging panel. The images might be used in marketing material and featured in New Civil Engineer.

This category is open to consulting firms within the construction and civil engineering industry that provide services within the local transport sector. Entrants can either be specialised divisions within a larger organisation or consultants who focus on local transport solutions as a core part of their business.

The award will celebrate a specialist business division or firm that has continually delivered innovation, quality and value over the last 18 months, while growing in terms of revenue, profits and staff numbers.

Entrants must demonstrate how they have improved their services over the last 18 months and use evidence from projects to show how the business’ technical abilities has gone beyond the expected level of service for clients and also benefitted the supply chain.

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Judges will be looking for examples of:

  • Strong relationship with clients, project partners and supply chain that have benefitted the business and its ability to deliver work above the expected standard
  • Delivery of growth in terms of revenue, profits, size of projects and staff numbers in the last 18 months
  • Innovation that has brought new solutions to the market to benefit projects delivered in the last 18 months
  • Policies, strategies or innovations which benefits the sector as a whole

Each entry should be supported by a maximum of three images. Images should be in landscape, more than 1MB in size, in jpeg/png format and should not be edited to include details of the category or the name/logo of the company entering (or any other annotations). Additional text (other than diagram annotation) included in supporting documents will not be used by the judging panel. The images might be used in marketing material and featured in New Civil Engineer.

This category is open to consulting firms within the construction and civil engineering industry that provide services within the roads sector. Entrants can either be specialised divisions within a larger organisation or consultants who focus on roads as a core part of their business.

The award will celebrate a specialist business division or firm that has continually delivered innovation, quality and value over the last 18 months, while growing in terms of revenue, profits and staff numbers.

Entrants must demonstrate how they have improved their services over the last 18 months and use evidence from projects to show how the business’ technical abilities has gone beyond the expected level of service for clients and also benefitted the supply chain.

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Judges will be looking for examples of:

  • Strong relationship with clients, project partners and supply chain that have benefitted the business and its ability to deliver work above the expected standard
  • Delivery of growth in terms of revenue, profits, size of projects and staff numbers in the last 18 months
  • Innovation that has brought new solutions to the market to benefit projects delivered in the last 18 months
  • Policies, strategies or innovations which benefits the sector as a whole

Each entry should be supported by a maximum of three images. Images should be in landscape, more than 1MB in size, in jpeg/png format and should not be edited to include details of the category or the name/logo of the company entering (or any other annotations). Additional text (other than diagram annotation) included in supporting documents will not be used by the judging panel. The images might be used in marketing material and featured in New Civil Engineer.

This category is open to consulting firms within the construction and civil engineering industry that provide services within the rail sector. Entrants can either be specialised divisions within a larger organisation or consultants who focus on rail as a core part of their business.

The award will celebrate a specialist business division or firm that has continually delivered innovation, quality and value over the last 18 months, while growing in terms of revenue, profits and staff numbers.

Entrants must demonstrate how they have improved their services over the last 18 months and use evidence from projects to show how the business’ technical abilities has gone beyond the expected level of service for clients and also benefitted the supply chain.

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Judges will be looking for examples of:

  • Strong relationship with clients, project partners and supply chain that have benefitted the business and its ability to deliver work above the expected standard
  • Delivery of growth in terms of revenue, profits, size of projects and staff numbers in the last 18 months
  • Innovation that has brought new solutions to the market to benefit projects delivered in the last 18 months
  • Policies, strategies or innovations which benefits the sector as a whole

Each entry should be supported by a maximum of three images. Images should be in landscape, more than 1MB in size, in jpeg/png format and should not be edited to include details of the category or the name/logo of the company entering (or any other annotations). Additional text (other than diagram annotation) included in supporting documents will not be used by the judging panel. The images might be used in marketing material and featured in New Civil Engineer.

This category is open to consulting firms within the construction and civil engineering industry that provide services within the water & environment sector. Entrants can either be specialised divisions within a larger organisation or consultants who focus on water & environment as a core part of their business.

The award will celebrate a specialist business division or firm that has continually delivered innovation, quality and value over the last 18 months, while growing in terms of revenue, profits and staff numbers.

Entrants must demonstrate how they have improved their services over the last 18 months and use evidence from projects to show how the business’ technical abilities has gone beyond the expected level of service for clients and also benefitted the supply chain.

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Judges will be looking for examples of:

  • Strong relationship with clients, project partners and supply chain that have benefitted the business and its ability to deliver work above the expected standard
  • Delivery of growth in terms of revenue, profits, size of projects and staff numbers in the last 18 months
  • Innovation that has brought new solutions to the market to benefit projects delivered in the last 18 months
  • Policies, strategies or innovations which benefits the sector as a whole

Each entry should be supported by a maximum of three images. Images should be in landscape, more than 1MB in size, in jpeg/png format and should not be edited to include details of the category or the name/logo of the company entering (or any other annotations). Additional text (other than diagram annotation) included in supporting documents will not be used by the judging panel. The images might be used in marketing material and featured in New Civil Engineer.

Civil Engineering Service Leader 

This award recognises and celebrates a legal firm or division which has provided outstanding services for the construction and civil engineering industry during the previous 18 months. 

Entrants must demonstrate how they have assisted contractors, consultants or clients within the engineering and construction sector. 

Entries can relate to either contentious or non-contentious services, including dispute avoidance, conflict resolution, resolving contractual issues, developing and securing planning applications or other legal consents.

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Judges will be looking for examples of:

  • Strong relationship with clients
  • Examples of services that go above and beyond usual legal service offerings
  • Evidence of any value-added services or support for clients
  • Testimonials from business partners/clients explaining impact of services provided
  • Legal precedents which now benefit the sector as a whole

Each entry should be supported by a maximum of three images. Images should be in landscape, more than 1MB in size, in jpeg/png format and should not be edited to include details of the category or the name/logo of the company entering (or any other annotations). Additional text (other than diagram annotation) included in supporting documents will not be used by the judging panel. The images might be used in marketing material and featured in New Civil Engineer.

This award recognises and celebrates an advisory services provider which has demonstrated outstanding services within the construction and civil engineering industry during the previous 18 months.

Entrants must show how they have assisted contractors, consultants or clients within the engineering and construction sector.

Entries can relate to long term financial planning, assisting with company restructuring or providing redundancy services.

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Judges will be looking for examples of:

  • Strong relationship with clients
  • Examples of services that go above and beyond usual advisory service provider offerings
  • Financial services which can benefit the sector as a whole
  • Testimonials from business partners/clients explaining impact of services provided

Each entry should be supported by a maximum of three images. Images should be in landscape, more than 1MB in size, in jpeg/png format and should not be edited to include details of the category or the name/logo of the company entering (or any other annotations). Additional text (other than diagram annotation) included in supporting documents will not be used by the judging panel. The images might be used in marketing material and featured in New Civil Engineer.

This award recognises and celebrates a recruitment solutions provider which has demonstrated outstanding services within the construction and civil engineering industry during the previous 18 months.

Entrants must show how they have responded to the demands of customers with a product or scheme relevant to their needs.

Entries must also include examples of how their recruitment solutions have positively impacted a client(s) ability to recruit staff and tackle skill shortages.

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  • Innovation in product or scheme development
  • Examples of other initiatives aligned with the client’s strategic and business goals
  • Testimonials from business partners/clients explaining impact of services provided
  • Evidence of any value-added services or support for clients
  • Profitable growth and customer retention

Each entry should be supported by a maximum of three images. Images should be in landscape, more than 1MB in size, in jpeg/png format and should not be edited to include details of the category or the name/logo of the company entering (or any other annotations). Additional text (other than diagram annotation) included in supporting documents will not be used by the judging panel. The images might be used in marketing material and featured in New Civil Engineer.

This award recognises and celebrates a technology solutions provider which has demonstrated outstanding services within the construction and civil engineering industry during the previous 18 months.

Entrants must show how they have responded to the demands of customers with a product or scheme relevant to their needs.

Entries must relate to digital technology solutions implemented to improve systems, processes or project delivery within a client’s business in the last 18 months to improve its performance and services.

Entries in this category should focus on business-wide innovations and, where applicable, be used across multiple divisions of the business and/ or projects.

Entries could focus on a particular digital innovation, such as an initiative to improve safety, employment practices, collaboration or delivery, or present how digital innovation is fostered and encouraged across the business and the benefits this is driving.

The innovation could be site or office based, and entrants should present clear evidence of how the innovation has delivered performance, cost, health and safety or reliability for the business and how this benefits both clients and society.

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  • Innovation in product or scheme development
  • Outcomes of digital innovation
  • Evidence of clients’ improved function or delivery as result of digital innovation
  • Plans to further build on this innovation to offer continual improvement
  • Testimonials from business partners/clients explaining impact of services provided

Each entry should be supported by a maximum of three images. Images should be in landscape, more than 1MB in size, in jpeg/png format and should not be edited to include details of the category or the name/logo of the company entering (or any other annotations). Additional text (other than diagram annotation) included in supporting documents will not be used by the judging panel. The images might be used in marketing material and featured in New Civil Engineer.