International Tunnelling Awards 2014
There is now just one month left to enter the International Tunnelling and Underground Space Awards
Italian contractor Toto Costruzioni Generali was the big winner at last week’s NCE International Tunnelling Awards, claiming two prizes for its work on the Sparvo tunnel on the Variante di Valico A1 motorway project.
Shanghai Tunnel Engineering and Rail Transit Design and Research Institute’s Yangtze River Tunnel in Shanghai, China has been named major tunnelling project of the year at NCE’s 2012 International Tunnelling Awards
The entry deadline for NCE’s International Tunnelling Awards has now been extended to Friday 20 July. This now gives you more time to shout about your achievements.
Last night at a glittering awards ceremony held at the Conrad Hong Kong, the winners of the 2011 NCE International Tunnelling Awards were announced. With just over 250 of the industry’s finest present, the most innovative and successful projects, companies and individuals in the tunnelling industry were rewarded and celebrated.
The shortlisted entires for this year’s International Tunnelling Awards have been announced ahead of next month’s awards ceremony in Hong Kong.
Tables are being snapped up quickly at the International Tunnelling Awards — the biggest event in this year’s tunnelling calendar.
Entries for the International Tunnelling Awards are now streaming in from all over the globe. Have you entered yet? The entry deadline (19 August) is only two weeks away.
Following the successful launch of the International Tunnelling Awards in 2010, New Civil Engineer is now calling for entries for the 2011 awards which will this year take the exciting global programme to Hong Kong.
Last week NCE held its inaugural International Tunnelling Awards in central London, to celebrate the outstanding work and innovation in the global tunnelling sector.
International Tunnelling & Underground Space Awards 2014
International Tunnelling & Underground Space Awards 2014.
The International Tunnelling & Underground Space Awards are back for their fifth year and this year promises to be bigger and better than ever.
Brought to you by the New Civil Engineer and supported by the International Tunnelling & Underground Space Association, the awards recognise overall excellence in the delivery of international tunnelling and underground space projects.
This year, timed to coincide with the completion of all tunnelling and underground construction works on Europe’s largest infrastructure project - Crossrail - the awards will be held in London, in December and promises to be quite a party.
As ever, there is a range of categories to suit the entire industry, from the biggest, multi-national contractor to the smallest specialist supplier. Categories include Major Tunnelling Project of the Year, Product/Equipment Innovation, Specialist Tunnelling Project and Sustainable use of Underground Space.
Entries are FREE so make sure you enter any relevant categories and increase your chances of becoming an award winner. Entry deadline - 04 July 2014.