Run in partnership with the Institution of Civil Engineers Scotland, the Saltire Society Civil engineering Awards have been running for more than 30 years, during which time they have grown to become one of the highest honours for engineering excellence in Scotland. The awards are intended to encourage the highest standards in the design, conservation, environmental sustainability and construction of civil engineering projects in Scotland.

One of the key aims of the awards is to increase public awareness of the crucially important contribution civil engineering makes to the Scottish economy and society. Previous winners include the Haymarket Station refurbishment in Edinburgh, The Helix urban park and iconic Kelpies at Falkirk and the M80 Stepps to Haggs Design, Build, Finance and Operate (DBFO) project.

Saltire Civil Engineering Awards 2017

The premier showcase for engineering excellence in Scotland

The 24th October saw the 2017 Saltire Civil Engineering Awards presented by Minister for Employabilty and training, Jamie Hepburn and Saltire Society President Magnus Linklater at a ceremony held in the National Museum of Scotland.

The winning projects are:


Download the Award Brochure with details of all nomianted projects HERE.