The shortlist for The Structural Awards 2014 was released today by The Institution of Structural Engineers, celebrating achievement, innovation and excellence in the field of structural engineering. All kinds of structures are recognised, including a bridge modelled on a Maori fish hook, a sculpture at Heathrow Airport and a new Apple store in Istanbul.
It is a truly global shortlist, including entries from New Zealand, Turkey, China, Germany, Canada and many from the UK. The winners will be announced at The Structural Awards ceremony in London on Friday 14 November 2014.
Martin Powell, Chief Executive of The Institution of Structural Engineers, said:
“We hold the Structural Awards each year to recognise outstanding work by structural engineers, and to raise awareness about the vital global role they play creating innovative design solutions.
“From skyscraper and bridge construction to heritage and home projects, the Awards showcase the full range of chartered structural engineers’ abilities – as trusted professionals, problem solvers, and the guardians of public safety.”