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In pictures: the BCIA judges visit the finalists

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The AJ can reveal an exclusive behind-the-scenes peek at the judging of this year’s BCIA Awards

In recent weeks the jury has been crossing the country viewing all 41 of the finalists vying to win accolades in seven different categories - ranging from the Small Building Project prize for those schemes under £3 million, to the Major Civil Engineering Project award for projects over £50 million (click here to see the all the shortlists).

Judges include AJ editorial director Paul Finch and features editor Rory Olcayto.

Their travels have already taken them to the North Yorkshire Dales, East Anglia, the East Midlands, Wales and the South West of England.


Martin Baggs - Chairman of the Judges; Chief Executive Officer, Thames Water
Peter Hansford - Deputy Chairman; President, Institution of Civil Engineers
Simon Allford - Partner, AHMM
Keith Bradley - Feilden Clegg Bradley
Philip Dilley - Group Chairman, Arup
Katrina Dowding - Business Development Director, Skanska, and Chair, NAWIC
Hugh Ferguson - Formerly Deputy Director General, Institution of Civil Engineers
Paul Finch - Chairman, Design Council CABE
Alan Kay - Managing Director Environment, Costain
Michelle McDowell - Chair, Civil & Structural Engineering, BDP
Rory Olcayto - Features Editor, Architects’ Journal
Antony Oliver - Editor, NCE
Graham Reid - Regional MD, Hyder
Philip Singleton - Director, Facilitate Urban
David Tonkin - UK MD, Atkins

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