Skip to page content


Major Project Award

The award recognises the contribution of a team of up to five engineers, based in the UK, who have delivered a major engineering project that has had a substantial impact on society. The project can come from any branch of engineering.



Photo of 2014 winnersArup
Engineering and design consultancy

Five of Arup's top engineers - John Turzynski, Peter Evans, Ian Gardner, Mike Byrne and Jim Burridge - have been recognised for their outstanding contribution to the delivery of a number of large projects that have transformed King's Cross from a run-down district into a new city quarter and a magnificent multi-modal transport interchange.

[2014 News Release]


Photo of Sir John Armitt CBE FREngSir John Armitt CBE FREng
Chairman of the Olympic Delivery Authority

Recognising Sir John for delivering one of the most prestigious projects for the UK in recent times, transforming an area of East London waste land into the hub of the 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games. He has delivered this exceptional project on time and to budget, overcoming many challenges while under intense scrutiny from the rest of the world.

[2012 News Release]


Picture of Stephen Payne OBE recieving a silver gilt medal from Lord BroersStephen Payne OBE RDI FREng

Awarded in recognition of his achievements in designing and project managing the construction of the super liner Queen Mary 2.

[2006 News Release]



[top of the page]