British Construction Industry Awards

The British Construction Industry Awards (BCI Awards or BCIA) were launched by New Civil Engineer magazine and Thomas Telford Ltd in 1998, at the time both owned by the Institution of Civil Engineers.

The logo for the British Construction Industry Awards 2020

The awards seek to recognise outstanding achievement in the construction of buildings, taking account of a wide range of factors including architectural and engineering design, but also consideration of the construction process, delivery to time and budget, and client satisfaction.

In 2012, Network Rail chief executive Sir David Higgins was the chair of the British Construction Industry Awards judging panel which celebrated its 25th anniversary of rewarding excellence in UK construction delivery.[1]

In June 2017 owners of New Civil Engineer, Ascential, sold the title to Metropolis International who now operate the BCIAs in association with the Institution of Civil Engineers.

The awards are typically held in October each year. In 2020, the British Construction Industry Awards will be held on the evening of Wednesday 28 October at the JW Marriott Grosvenor House Hotel on Park Lane in London.[2]

Award winnersEdit

2019Edit

Award Company Name Project/Initiative Title
Initiative Categories
Partnership Initiative of the Year A14 Integrated Delivery Team Procurement & Supply Chain Management: Changing Industry Behaviours
Health, Safety & Wellbeing Initiative of the Year Thames Estuary Asset Management 2100 Thames Estuary Asset Management 2100 (TEAM2100)
Community Engagement Initiative of the Year Morrisroe Group with Blue Sky Building Hugh Myddelton Primary School Outdoor Learning Centre and Urban Farm
Digital Transformation Initiative of the Year: Buildings Atkins Digital Construction: 3D Reinforcement Modelling for Major Civils Projects applied on Hinkley Point C
Digital Transformation Initiative of the Year: Civil Engineering A14 Integrated Delivery Team The A14’s Digital Blueprint for Successful Infrastructure Delivery
Temporary Works Initiative of the Year: Buildings Robert Bird Group Bank Station Capacity Upgrade - Temporary Truss for London Underground
Temporary Works Initiative of the Year: Civil Engineering JBA Bentley The Foss Barrier: Road to Recovery
Environment & Sustainability Initiative of the Year Tideway More by river, applied on Thames Tideway Tunnel
Productivity Initiative of the Year A14 Integrated Delivery Team Smart Permit to Dig (SPtD) – a Ground Breaking Process
Equality, Diversity & Inclusion Initiative of the Year Costain Skanska JV Improving diversity across our whole workforce on HS2 Enabling works programme-area south
Project Categories
Utility Project of the Year JN Bentley North Wales Sludge Strategy
Commercial Property Project of the Year Hydrock UK Hydrographic Office, Taunton
Housing Project of the Year AECOM Hoxton Press, Colville Estate
Social Infrastructure Project of the Year Reiach & Hall Architects The Jack Copland Centre, Edinburgh
Cultural & Leisure Project of the Year Marks Barfield Architects Cambridge Central Mosque
Operations & Maintenance Project of the Year Thames Water/MWH Treatment King's Scholars Pond Sewer Rehabilitation
Transport Project of the Year Sunderland Council Northern Spire
Climate Resilience Project of the Year Environment Agency Shoreham Adur Tidal Walls
Special Awards
Initiative of the Year Award A14 Integrated Delivery Team A14 Cambridge to Huntingdon Improvement Scheme – A digital blueprint for successful infrastructure delivery
Small Project of the Year Award Arup Greener Grangetown
Project of the Year Award Reiach & Hall Architects The Jack Copland Centre, Edinburgh


2018Edit

Award Awarded to
Company Name Initiative Title
Health, Safety & Wellbeing Initiative of the Year Tideway in partnership with Active Training Team EPIC
Community Engagement Initiative of the Year Arup Connswater Community Greenway Phase 2
Digital Transformation Initiative of the Year Jacobs Thames Estuary Asset Management 2100
Partnership Initiative of the Year Midland Metro Alliance Transforming the West Midlands by delivering light rail schemes through collaboration and alliancing
Temporary Works Initiative of the Year (Building) Wentworth House Partnership Earls Court Bridge 19 and Main Roof Deconstruction
Temporary Works Initiative of the Year (Civil Engineering) Kilnbridge Construction Services Water Street Bridge – Canary Wharf Bridge Abutment Lowering
Carbon Reduction Initiative of the Year Galliford Try Tar-Bound Material Recycling - Muse Phases 2 & 3
Productivity in Construction Initiative of the Year Mace Rising factory on East Village Project
Skills Impact Initiative of the Year Transport Scotland A9 Dualling Programme - Academy9: Building a Legacy
Exporting Expertise Initiative of the Year Mott MacDonald Dubai Roads & Transport Authority Strategic BIM Consultancy
Project Categories
Utility Project of the Year London Power Tunnels Project
Commercial Property Project of the Year Westgate Oxford
Housing Project of the Year Roussillon Park - Chichester
Social Infrastructure Project of the Year Marlborough Primary School
Cultural & Leisure Project of the Year Royal Academy of Music
Infrastructure Maintenance Project of the Year Chapel Street Bridge Upgrade, Salford
Transport Project of the Year London Bridge Station Redevelopment
Climate Resilience Project of the Year Milford on Sea Beach Hut Replacement Scheme
Small Project of the Year HAR2 Kingsmoor Flood Alleviation Scheme
Special Awards
The Judges' Special Award Prior's Court - The Seasons Children's Homes
The ICE 200 Award London Bridge Station Redevelopment

2017Edit

Award Awarded to
Application and Innovation Categories
Health, Safety & Wellbeing Initiative of the Year Alford Technologies
Community Engagement Initiative of the Year Carillion Morgan Sindall Joint Venture
Application of Technology Award Nomenca
Innovation in Product Design and Technology Bam, Ferrovial, Kier Joint Venture
Partnership Initiative of the Year Network Rail, Siemens, AmeySersa and SkanskaBAM
Temporary Works Award Northern Hub
Project Categories
Civil Engineering Project of the Year (up to £10m) Tower Bridge - Bascule Re-decking and Approach Viaduct Waterproofing
Civil Engineering Project of the Year (£10m to £50m) Hampstead Heath Ponds Project
Major Civil Engineering Project of the Year (over £50m) Tottenham Court Road Station Upgrade
Building Project of the Year (up to £10m) Maggie's at the Robert Parfett Building
Building Project of the Year (£10m to £50m) ORIAM - Scotland's Sports Performance Centre
Major Building Project of the Year (over £50m) City of Glasgow College - City Campus
International Project of the Year Mass Transit Railway (MTR) South Island Line (East), Hong Kong
Carbon Reduction Project of the Year Award Grafham Resilience
Economic Infrastructure Project of the Year Award Heysham to M6 Link Road
Social Infrastructure Project of the Year Award The Word
Special Awards
Award for Natural and Cultural Heritage Remembrance Centre at the National Memorial Arboretum
The Judges' Special Award British Airways i360
Outstanding Individual Contribution to the Construction Industry Award Roger Harding, Director of Real Estate Development, Metropolitan Police Service
The Prime Minister's Award for Better Public Building New Scotland Yard
The BCIA 30th Anniversary Award Peter Ayres
The BCIA Lifetime Achievement Award Hugh Ferguson

2016Edit

Award Awarded to
Application and Innovation Categories
Application of Technology Award A1(M) Leeming to Barton, Yorkshire, Carillion Morgan Sindall Joint Venture
Product Design Innovation Award Brick Slip Masonry Support Systems, IG Masonry Support Systems
Best Practice Initiative Supply Chain Sustainability School, Action Sustainability
Temporary Works Award (Building) Paddington Station Spans 1-3 Roof Refurbishment, London
Temporary Works Award (Civil Engineering) New Paddington Crossrail Station, London
Project Categories
Building Project of the Year (up to £10m) Royal Court Theatre, Liverpool
Building Project of the Year (£10m to £50m) City of Glasgow College, Riverside Campus
Major Building Project of the Year (over £50m) Sainsbury Welcome Centre for Neural Circuits and Behaviour at UCL, London
Civil Engineering Project of the Year (up to £10m)   West Rhyl Coastal Defence Phase 3
Civil Engineering Project of the Year (£10m to £50m) London Underground: Baker Street to Bond Street Tunnel Remediation Project VDC
Major Civil Engineering Project of the Year (over £50m) Thames Water Lee Tunnel, London
International Project of the Year IMEC FAB 3, Belgium
Special Awards
Health, Safety & Wellbeing Award London Underground: Baker Street to Bond Street Tunnel Remediation Project VDC
Low Carbon Construction Award Hebburn Central, Newcastle
Award for Natural and Cultural Heritage Gloucester Services
Community Engagement Award South Devon Highway
Judges Special Award Sacred Heart Cathedral of Kericho Diocese, Kenya
The Prime Ministers Better Public Building Award Alder Hey Children's Health Park, Liverpool

2015Edit

Award Awarded to
Application and Innovation Categories
BIM Project Application Award – Building Balfour Beatty - National Graphene Institute, The University of Manchester
BIM Project Application Award - Civil Engineering Crossrail - Moving London and BIM Forward
Product Design Innovation Award - Building ProCure21+ - Repeatable Rooms: Improving Patient Outcomes and Delivering Cost Reduction through Standardisation
Product Design Innovation Award - Building Safetybank
Product Design Innovation Award - Civil Engineering BBMV (Balfour Beatty, BeMo Tunnelling, Morgan Sindall, Vinci Joint Venture) - Crossrail C510 Liverpool Street and Whitechapel Station Tunnels
Project Management Award Edmond Shipway - Center Parcs Woburn Forest Holiday Village
Temporary Works Award Jackson Civil Engineering - QEII Bridge Joint Replacement Project
Project Categories
Building Project of the Year (up to £10m) Lancaster University Engineering Building, John McAslan and Partners
Building Project of the Year (£10m to £50m) Aloft Hotel, Liverpool, Balfour Beatty
Major Building Project of the Year (over £50m) National Graphene Institute, Ramboll
Civil Engineering Project of the Year (up to £10m) Church Bridge Reconstruction, Frampton Cotterell, South Gloucestershire, Atkins
Civil Engineering Project of the Year (£10m to £50m) Suffolk Energy from Waste, Lagan Construction Group
Major Civil Engineering Project of the Year (over £50m) Manchester Metrolink Phase 3 - Airport Line, Laing O'Rourke
Special Awards
Best Practice Award Five Pancras Square, Kier Construction - Major Projects
Health & Safety Award Five Pancras Square, Kier Construction - Major Projects
Sustainability Award Herne Hill Flood Alleviation Scheme, Southwark Council
International Project Award Fulton Center, New York, Metropolitan Transport Authority Capital Construction/New York City Transit
Outstanding Contribution Award Jennie Coombs, LBBD, William Street Quarter and Courtyard Housing
Judges' Special Award Dawlish Sea Wall Emergency Works, BAM Nuttall
Prime Minister's Better Public Building Award Five Pancras Square, Kier Construction - Major Projects

2014Edit

Award Awarded to
BIM Project Application Award Skanska UK, 66 Queen Square, Bristol
Building Project of the Year (£10m to £50m) Lifschutz Davidson Sandilands, Bonhams
Building Project of the Year (up to £10m) Duggan Morris Architects, Ortus
Civil Engineering Project of the Year (£10m to £50m) Team Van Oord, Medmerry Managed Realignment
Civil Engineering Project of the Year (up to £10m) Welsh Water, Morgan Sindall and Arup, Llanelli Green Infrastructure Project
International Project of the Year Mott MacDonald, The Sindh Water Sector Improvement Project
Health & Safety Award Reading Train Care Depot Implementation Works
Judges' special Award The Pirbright Institute DP1 Project
Major Building Project of the Year (over £50m) Arup, London Aquatics Centre
Major Civil Engineering Project of the Year (over £50m) United Utilities, MWH, B&V, United Utilities Sludge Balanced Asset Programme (SBAP)
Outstanding Contribution Award Godmanchester Flood Risk Management Scheme
Product Design Innovation Award Siniat, GTEC Weather Defence at Abercynon Community Primary School
Programme Management Award Crossrail
Sustainability Award Scottish Water - The Bridge
Temporary Works Award (Building) Wentworth House Partnership, Part of Keltbray Group, 8-10 Moorgate
Temporary Works Award (Civil Engineering) Tony Gee and Partners LLP, Singapore Sports Hub - National Stadium
The Prime Minister's Better Public Building Award Team Van Oord, Medmerry Managed Realignment

2013Edit

Award Awarded to
Building Project of the Year (up to £3m) Edward King Chapel, Ripon College Cuddesdon
Building Project of the Year (£3m to £50m) Newlands School
Major Building Project of the Year (over £50m) The Shard at Southwark
Civil Engineering Project of the Year (up to £3m) Gem Bridge, Tavistock, Devon
Civil Engineering Project of the Year (£3m to £50m) Hammersmith Flyover Strengthening Phase 1
Best Practice Award Thameslink Programme - Borough Market Viaduct
Regeneration Award Eastside City Park
Sustainability Award The Hive, Worcester
Health & Safety Award M4/M5, Managed motorways in the United Kingdom
International Award British Antarctic Survey Halley Research Station, Brunt Ice Shelf, Antarctica
Leader of Tomorrow Conall Doherty, Buro Happold
BIM Project Application Award (Civil Engineering) Crossrail BIM Initiative
BIM Project Application Award (Building) Skanska UK, Woodlands School, Essex
Product Design Innovation Award Byrne Group Falsework Release Tool
Judges' Special Award The London 2012 Olympic Park Project
Outstanding Contribution Award London Underground
The Prime Minister's Better Public Building Award Manchester Metropolitan University Business School & Student Hub
Source:[3]

2012Edit

Award Awarded to
NCE 40th Anniversary Award - Impact on Society Olympic Delivery Authority
Building Project of the Year (up to £3m) Garsington Opera Pavilion, Stokenchurch
Major Building Project of the Year (£3m to £50m) 'Dundee House' of Dundee City Council, Scotland
Major Building Project of the Year (over £50m) University of the Arts London Campus for Central Saint Martins at Kings Cross, London
Civil Engineering Project of the Year (up to £3m) Taunton Third Way Bridge
Civil Engineering Project of the Year (£3m to £50m) Brighton Goods Bridge No.6, Battersea, London
Major Civil Engineering Project of the Year (over £50m) New Tyne Crossing, Newcastle upon Tyne
International Award West Gate Bridge Strengthening, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
Environmental Award White Cart Water Flood Prevention Scheme, Glasgow
Best Practice Award Quadrant 3, Air 1 Offices, London
Regeneration Award Bradford City Park
Conservation Award King's Cross station Redevelopment, London
ICE President's Award for Energy Infrastructure The European Marine Energy Centre
BIM Project Application Award Victoria Station Upgrade
Product Design Innovation Award ACO StormBrixx
Judges Special Award McLaren Production Centre, Woking
BCIA 25th Anniversary Award Arup
Prime Minister's Better Public Building Award University College Hospital Macmillan Cancer Centre, London
Source:[4]

2011Edit

Award Awarded to
Small Building Project Award for projects up to £3m) Sports Canopy, The National Tennis Centre, Roehampton
Small Civil Engineering project Award for projects up to £3m London Underground, Bridge D83A Replacement, Hammersmith, London
Building Project Award for projects from £3m to £50m Ravensbourne (college), Greenwich Peninsula, London
Civil Engineering Project Award for projects from £3m to £50m High Knocke Estate to Dymchurch Sea Defences, Kent
Major Project Award for projects over £50m Royal Shakespeare Theatre and Swan Theatre (Stratford)
Major Civil Engineering Project Award for projects over £50m A421 Improvements M1 Junction 13 to Bedford
International Award Aviva Stadium, Dublin
Local Authority Award Redhayes Cycle and footbridge, Exeter
BCIA Environmental Award Broadland Flood Alleviation Project, Norwich, Norfolk
Regeneration Award Anne Mews - King William Street Quarter, Barking, Essex
Conservation Award Theatre Royal Bath
Best Practice Award Anglian Water AMP4 Biosolids Programme, Great Billing, Northamptonshire
Judges' Special Award Far Moor Bridge, Selside, North Yorkshire Dales
The Prime Minister's Better Public Building Award Velodrome, Olympic Park, London
Source:[5]

2010Edit

Award Awarded to
The Prime Minister's Better Public Building Award New Stobhill Hospital for NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde
Small Building Project Award Lowther Children's Centre, London Borough of Richmond
Small Civil Engineering Project Award Construction of the Temporary Crossing of the River Derwent at Workington (Barker Crossing)
Building Award CircleBath and Kentish Town Health Centre
Civil Engineering Award A40 Western Avenue Bridges Replacement
Major Project Award Ropemaker Place
Best Practice Award M25 Bell Common Tunnel
Local Authority Award Cathodic protection of Runcorn's Silver Jubilee Bridge
Conservation Award Medieval & Renaissance Galleries, Victoria and Albert Museum
Environmental Award Castle Howard, North Yorkshire
Regeneration Award East London Line Project
Judges' Special Award London 2012 Olympic Park Enabling Works Project
International Award Delhi International Airport renewal

2005Edit

Award Awarded to
The Prime Minister's Better Public Building Award Jubilee Library, Brighton
Small Building Project Award Kingsmead Primary School, Northwich, Cheshire
Small Civil Engineering Project Award Bridges 2/11 & 2/12 Reconstruction, Battersea
Building Award Jubilee Library, Brighton
Civil Engineering Award Chingford South Water Treatment Works
Major Project Award Tinsley Viaduct Strengthening, Sheffield
Best Practice Award Kingsmead Primary School, Northwich, Cheshire
Local Authority Award The Sage, Gateshead
Conservation Award Government Offices Great George Street, London
Environmental Award Scrayingham Ecological Waste Water Treatment System, North Yorkshire
Regeneration Award The Hub Community Centre, Canning Town, London
Judges' Special Award Unlocking the Archives, Royal Geographical Society, London
International Award Taiwan High Speed Rail Project

2004Edit

Award Awarded to
The Prime Minister's Award A650 Bingley Relief Road
Small Building Project Award Hoyle Early Years Centre, Bury
Small Civil Engineering Project Award Moy Viaduct, Inverness
Building Award Wolfson Medical School Building for the University of Glasgow
Civil Engineering Award A650 Bingley Relief Road
Major Project Award Channel Tunnel Rail Link, Section 1
Best Practice Award Raines Court, London N16
Local Authority Award Masshouse Circus Redevelopment, Birmingham
Conservation Award LSO St Luke's the UBS & LSO Music Education Centre
Environmental Award Newton's Cove Coast Protection Scheme, Weymouth
Regeneration Award Bullring, Birmingham
Judges' Special Award New Accommodation Project, GCHQ Cheltenham
International Award KCRC West Rail, Mei Foo Station

2003Edit

Award Awarded to
The Prime Minister's Better Public Building Award Bournemouth Library
Small Project Award Cowgate Under 5s Centre, Edinburgh
Building Award Imperial War Museum North, Manchester
Civil Engineering Award Tay Bridge Refurbishment, Dundee
Major Project Award Centre for Mathematical Sciences, Cambridge
Best Practice Award Newburn riverside reclamation and infrastructure, Newcastle Upon Tyne
Special Award for innovation in concept, design and execution The Bridge of Aspiration, Royal Ballet School, London
International Award Bangladesh-UK Friendship Bridge

2002Edit

Award Awarded to
The Prime Minister's Building Award City Learning Centre, Bristol
Major Project Award Channel Tunnel Rail Link, Ashford
Civil Engineering Award Tamar Bridge, Plymouth
Building Award Honda's European Plant, Swindon
Small Project Award Weald and Downland Gridshell, Chichester
Best Practice Award Chiswick Park
International Award Boston Central Artery Jacked Tunnels

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Sir David Higgins to chair British Construction Industry Awards 2012 judges". New Civil Engineer. 6 January 2012. Retrieved 14 December 2013.
  2. ^ "Home | British Construction Industry Awards". New Civil Engineer. Retrieved 2020-04-29.
  3. ^ "Winners 2013". British Construction Industry Awards. 2013. Retrieved 14 December 2013.
  4. ^ "Winners 2012". British Construction Industry Awards. 2012. Retrieved 14 December 2013.
  5. ^ "Winners 2011". British Construction Industry Awards. 2011. Retrieved 14 December 2013.

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