Aarsleff Ground Engineering has been shortlisted as a finalist in not one, but two categories this year!
More than 120 companies, projects and initiatives have beaten off stiff competition to earn a place on the shortlist for the 2018 Ground Engineering Awards.
The shortlisted entrants, including Aarsleff, which can be viewed in full here, will now be invited to present their award-winning potential to an expert judging panel at GE’s office in London between 16 and 20 April.
Aarsleff Ground Engineering have been shortlisted in the following categories:
- ‘Sustainability Award’, in reference to Aarsleff’s precast piling work on a wind turbine in Hull
- ‘UK Project with a Geotechnical Value of up to £1M’, in reference to Aarsleff’s sheet piling work for the Birmingham Resilience Raw Water Project in Stourport.
Attracting the biggest names in the industry, from the UK and around the world, the 2018 Ground Engineering Awards offers an ideal opportunity to celebrate engineering excellence alongside the finest firms in the country.
“We’ve had a record number of entries this year culminating in an impressive list of finalists,”
said GE editor Claire Smith.
“This year’s shortlist is a true showcase of the range and breadth of the projects undertaken by our industry each year. The standard of the work demonstrated in this year’s entries is outstanding and getting onto the shortlist is an achievement in itself.”
The winners of the 17 enterable categories will be revealed at a gala evening ceremony at the Park Lane Hilton in London on 6 June.
The Ground Engineering Awards is organised by Ground Engineering, part of EMAP.
For more information about Ground Engineering, see geplus.co.uk