ICE has opened the call for nominations to the ICE Awards 2024, including the Bev Waugh Award for productivity, which is of particular relevance to Project 13 Network members.
ICE is encouraging Project 13 partners to nominate candidates for the award, which focuses on productivity, culture. It celebrates the success of a leader or an individual that brings people together, embodies teamwork, togetherness, and is value driven in mindset.
About the Bev Waugh Award for Productivity
The Bev Waugh Award was introduced in 2021 and aligns with ICE’s commitment to transform the productivity of civil engineering by acknowledging a leader or individual who has had a positive impact on joint teamwork. The award will specifically seek to recognise a leader or individual who quietly broadens the perspective of the team, leads with kindness, values the views of others, and constructively questions the status quo to create a people-centred ‘best for project’ culture.
How to nominate
Nominations for the Bev Waugh Award close on 13 February 2024 and must be submitted to the ICE via the ICE Awards website. Nominations should make the best case possible for the submitted leader or individual and should provide enough detail to give the Awards Committee a full picture of the nominee and their achievements. Note that nominations must be endorsed by an ICE member, and self-nominations will not be accepted.
The awards ceremony will be held in October 2024 at ICE’s Great Hall in One Great George Street, London. It marks a fantastic occasion, and an opportunity to recognise outstanding civil engineering achievements and contributions to the profession and the institution.
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