By continuing to use the site you agree to our Privacy & Cookies policy

Your browser seems to have cookies disabled. For the best experience of this website, please enable cookies in your browser.

Close

Your browser is no longer supported

For the best possible experience using our website we recommend you upgrade to a newer version or another browser.

Close

Judging panel announced for British Construction Industry Awards

The AJ’s acting editor Rory Olcayto will be joined on the judging panel for this year’s British Construction Industry Awards (BCIA) by, among others, architects Simon Allford of AHMM and Sandy Wright of Wright & Wright

The jury is made up of a wide range of stars from the construction industry including chief executive of the crown estate Alison Nimmo and president of the Institution of Civil Engineers Geoff French.

The judging panel

  • Alison Nimmo, Crown Estate
  • Geoff French, Institution of Civil Engineers
  • Simon Allford, AHMM
  • Steve Canadine, Ramboll
  • Katrina Dowding, Skanska
  • Hugh Ferguson, Beales Ferguson Associates
  • Mark Hansford, NCE
  • Keith Howells, Mott MacDonald
  • Michelle McDowell, BDP
  • Jerome Munro-Lafon, URS
  • Rory Olcayto, The AJ
  • Antony Oliver, ACE
  • Mark Reynolds, MACE
  • Philip Singleton, Millenium Point
  • John Turzynski, Arup
  • Sandy Wright, Wright & Wright
  • Andrew Wyllie, Costain
  • Alan Crane, CIOB and 3Cs Consultants
  • Bob McGowan, Scott Wilson
  • Douglas Oakervee, Laing O’Rourke Constuction Hong Kong

Now in its 27th year the annual awards champion high-quality project delivery by British architects, engineers, and contractors across a raft of categories.

Practices have until this Friday (28 March) to submit projects into the categories which range from the best small building (with a budget of up to £3 million) to the most successful project with a budget of more than £50 million.

Last year Feilden Clegg Bradley Studios’ Manchester Metropolitan University Business School and Student Hub won the BCIA’s top prize – the Prime Minister’s Award.

The winners will be announced at a dinner on 8 October.

Visit the awards website to enter.

Previous story (AJ 18.3.14)

Time running out to enter British Construction Industry Awards

The deadline is looming for entries into this year’s British Construction Industry Awards (BCIA)

Practices have until next Friday (28 March) to submit for the annual accolades which champion high-quality project delivery by British engineers, architects and contractors across a raft of categories.

Now in its 27th year, the prizes are given to schemes ranging from the best small building (with a value of up to £3 million) to the most successful project with a budget of more than £50 million.

Last year Feilden Clegg Bradley Studios’ ‘significant and visually striking’ Manchester Metropolitan University Business School and Student Hub won the BCIA’s top prize – the Prime Minister’s Award.

This year sees the introduction of new temporary works and programme management categories and new-look international building and international civil engineering project categories for 2014.

The winners will be announced at a dinner on 8 October.

Visit the awards website to enter.

 

 

Have your say

You must sign in to make a comment.

Related Jobs

Sign in to see the latest jobs relevant to you!

The searchable digital buildings archive with drawings from more than 1,500 projects

AJ newsletters