The shortlist for this year’s Consultancy and Engineering Awards has been announced by the Association for Consultancy and Engineering (ACE).
The prestigious awards, which celebrate the outstanding people, teams and projects from the world of consultancy, engineering and the built environment, return as a virtual ceremony on Thursday 16 September 2021 at 12pm.
The winners of the ten awards will be revealed in a broadcast via YouTube and on ACE’s website.
Commenting on the shortlist, Darrell Matthews, Director of Membership and Business Engagement at ACE, said: “We’re delighted with the positive response to this year’s awards which have been among our most popular to date.
“This has made the judges’ task even more difficult than usual, however, as it has resulted in an exceptional shortlist! I hope you will join us online on Thursday 16 September at 12pm as we discover who has come out on top.
“This is a brief moment to reflect on, and celebrate, industry success – made all the more impressive in that it was delivered in difficult and uncertain times.”
Thanks to the generous support of headline sponsors Bentley Systems and Griffiths & Armour, as well as category sponsors WSP and Arcadis, the awards were entirely free to enter this year. Once again, Infrastructure Intelligence are the media partners for the awards.
The full shortlist in alphabetical order is as follows:
Best UK Consultancy (micro)
Absolute Risk Technology (ART)
Beattie Flanigan Consulting Engineers
G B Card & Partners
Rail Power Solutions
Best UK Consultancy (small and medium)
David Narro Associates
Services Design Solution
Best UK Consultancy (large)
Tony Gee and Partners
Inclusive Employer of the Year
Best pandemic response
Future of Consultancy - Best use of Digital
BWB Consulting (Deetu)
Future of Consultancy - Client Advisor of the Year
Net Zero Advisor of the Year
Harley Haddow Ltd
Emerging Professional of the Year
Dr Marzia Bolpagni (Mace)
Taylor Young-Chambers (Waterman Aspen)
Tom Channell (Ramboll)
Ayrton Dhillon (Arcadis)
Samuel Elegbede (WSP)
Joshua Lynch (Arcadis)
Apprentice of the Year
Jared Harvey (Mott MacDonald)
Callum Kantounas (WSP)
Georgia Lilley (Waterman group)
Hannah Mehr (Arup)
Thompson Reed (Arup)