Ground Engineering (GE) Awards announced the first shortlist for its 2018 event by revealing the contenders for the Project of the Decade category; sponsored by Keltbray Piling, it marks the Award’s 10th anniversary.
ARUP participated in three of the ten major Projects which have been nominated for Project of the Decade;
- 10 Fenchurch Avenue; ARUP Geotechnics with Sir Robert McAlpine
- Queensferry Crossing Firth of Forth for Transport Scotland; ARUP-Jacobs JV
- The Pinnacle (22 Bishopsgate); Arup and Bachy Soletance
ARUP (Ireland) is a member of Geoscience Ireland.
“The winner of this award will be decided by a public vote through the GE website which is open to everyone,” said GE editor Claire Smith.
“The projects shortlisted show the range and breadth of challenges the ground engineering industry works on. I hope that people working in the ground engineering industry will use the shortlisted projects as inspiration to go out and talk to clients, colleagues, family, friends, community groups and schools about the range of work this industry delivers – and ask them all to vote too.”
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