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ICE Scotland celebrates excellence and innovation in civil engineering and its contribution to society through project and individual awards.
These annual awards recognise the best in civil engineering across Scotland from projects completed in the last two years. Entries open in spring, site visits by industry experts take place over Summer and awards are presented in Autumn at a high profile event.
Find out more about our Saltire Infrastructure Awards
ICE Scotland organises and supports awards which showcase the outstanding achievements of ICE members.
Pitch 200 is a competition with a difference.
Civil engineers transform people's lives – so why not shout about it? This competition is an opportunity to tell the public what it is that you love about your profession and about the problems you help to solve.
But there's a catch... you only have 200 seconds to do it!
Members at every level can use the weirdest, wackiest and most unconventional methods to explain their chosen idea, concept or project. If should be fun for both you and the audience!
At our glitzy Scottish regional heat, to be held at the National Museum of Scotland, Edinburgh, on 14 September 2018, you'll have the chance to:
Send us a 60-second video summary of what your presentation will be by 25 June. It could be based on your own work, discipline or another aspect on civil engineering that fascinates you.
Say my name is Isambard and I've been working on this interesting suspension bridge in Bristol. For my video, I could make a model of the bridge showing how it was constructed and the engineering behind it. This video would be 60 seconds long and would be sent with the form below to my local ICE regional team.
Once I'd sent it in, I'd wait to hear if I'd been shortlisted. If I am, I'll get the chance to produce a longer 200 second talk to be presented at the regional Pitch 200 heat. If I win the heat then I will go through to present at the finale at One Great George Street.
The ICE Scotland 'Pitch 200' is open to all current ICE members who live, work or study in Scotland.
Registration of intent to join the competition by submitting 60 second summary video by 25 June 2018 to: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Download our application form
Download our Pitch 200 flyer
Watch our Pitch 200 videos to find out more
First prize: ICE Regional Ambassador for 2019
Watch the final presenations from our pilot Pitch 180 event:
The competition is open to all ICE graduate and student members with papers on any area of engineering design, research or practice. Papers have to be expertly presented and discussed, as well as being innovative and well written.
It's an excellent chance to practice your writing and presentation skills – perfect preparation for a viva or Professional Review. It'll also raise your profile, help promote your university or employer, and give you the opportunity to have your paper published. Competitors can also win money - £250 in most regions - and there's another cash prize and the prestigious Institution Medal for the overall winner.
The pan-Scottish competition heat will take place and the winning paper is put in for consideration for the wider international final. Three top finalists are selected and then invited to present their papers at the international final.
Graduate members (GMICE) can adapt papers from professional development or Professional Review reports.
Student members can adapt a university project or thesis which should preferably be based on your own work.
Contact your Regional Support Team to find out about submission dates and prizes for your regional finals.
You can find full competition guidelines on the entry form which you'll also need to complete and send in with your entry.
Download the guidance document
To find out more about the Emerging Engineers Award please contact email@example.com
The 2018 pan-Scottish competition dates are as follows:
All Scottish entry synopses to be lodged with RST: 19 February, 2018
Those selected for Scottish final informed by: 26 February, 2018
Scottish final (in Edinburgh) and final worked-up submissions: 13 March, 2018
Paul McNulty, from Wood Group PSN for his paper, Behaviour and Analysis of a Novel Skew Flexible Concrete Arch Bridge System.
Paul was also selected for the UK final and finished third after presenting his paper in London.
Competition heats for the Emerging Engineers Award take place across the UK. Winning papers are short-listed by the international judging panel. Three top finalists are then invited to present their papers at the international final.
Find our more and meet our last year's overall winner
The branches that make up ICE Scotland also run competitions throughout the year.
This competition is run by the Graduates and Students in Aberdeen. Members are invited to submit images that show 'civil engineering in action'. Details of the 2015 competition will be advertised in the E-news and online.
The 2014 competition was won by Armin Kakavand of Amec for his photo of work taking place on Amec's project to build a long term compression module for use in the North Sea gas industry.
This competition is run by the Graduates and Students in Edinburgh. You are invited to enter a photograph on the theme "Engineering in Essence". This could include anything from innovation to sustainability, social impact and undervalued infrastructure to one of those awe inspiring structures civil engineers build.
Entrants should be a graduate or student member of the ICE and based around the Edinburgh, Lothians or Border region. A max. of three entries per candidate will be accepted. The entry should be submitted in a landscape .jpeg format via email to the contact address below and include your details, ICE membership number and a brief description of the entry describing what it means to you.
The winner will be awarded two tickets for a Forth Cruise trip around the bridges with the excellent opportunity of photographing the new Queensferry Crossing bridge at this exciting stage of its construction. The winning photo will also brand the Facebook page for the ICE Edinburgh Area Graduate & Student Branch.
Entries should be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org and the competition close on 14 October 2016.
2015's winning photo from Eduardas Visockas
Entrants must be graduate or student members of ICE and reside within the Edinburgh or Border region; There is a maximum of 3 entries per person; Entries are preferred in a landscape orientation to allow use as a social media cover image.
Deadline for entries - Friday 14 October 2016 at 6pm.
A new competition with new rules…
The Glasgow and West of Scotland Photo Competition has changed. The submission process has been simplified and judging will now be by ICE members in an on-line vote.
#construction - Construction and site works
#engineering - Completed engineering projects
#selfie - ICE members at work (not just on-site in PPE)
Save the competition email address into your phone, so that you can submit your photos with only a few clicks.
Use the #hashtags above to identify the entry category. Competition entries will be available for ICE members to view during the duration of the competition. Winner of each category will be awarded £150 of photography equipment.
Competition email address: GWoSPhotos2016@outlook.com
Closing date for entries is 5pm on Friday 16th September 2016
Download the flyer for this competition
Closing date for entries is 5pm on Friday 16th September 2016
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The civil engineering qualification must be recognised by the Institution of Civil Engineers – for example NC, HNC, HND, BSc, BEng, MEng.
Recipients of the award will be expected to commit to a future professional engineering qualification such as EngTech MICE, IEng MICE or CEng MICE.
The Institution of Civil Engineers (ICE) administer the Scotland-wide Into Civil Engineering Awards, as well as the UK-wide Quest Scholarships. ICE will only pay one award to any individual student. So, if you gain both these awards, you will have to select the one which you prefer to receive.
The end of March for courses starting from September that same year:-
During April and May a shortlist will be prepared listing those candidates to be interviewed. The interviews will take place in May and June; and the successful candidates will be notified of their Award not later than June 30.
All successful candidates are require to provide written confirmation from the relevant university or college that they have been enrolled on their civil engineering course.
Recipients of an award must complete an Annual Report Form for each year of study they complete, listing their academic results, which must be signed off by a member of the academic staff.
The continuation of payments is dependent on satisfactory progress through the course chosen.
On completion of the course, a copy of their academic qualification is to be provided.
Recipients who leave their course before completion must notify ICE Scotland with immediate effect.
Award recipients will be required to become Student Members of the Institution of Civil Engineers at the start of their course, and participate in activities to promote civil engineering and encourage awareness for civil engineering amongst young people.
This initiative has been made possible thanks to a generous donation to the Institution by Mr. Gordon Mackay, a retired solicitor, based in Govan, Glasgow.
Complete an application form including the name of one referee and proof of enrolment on a college or university course in civil engineering.
Young people for whom the cost of student debt is a potential deterrent to a career in civil engineering and those living in rural areas are particularly encouraged to apply.
Download the application form
Download the reference form
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