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DEADLINE FOR ENTRIES EXTENDED

Whether you have already started, or are planning to start your entry, you now have another two weeks to put together an award winning submission.

There are 11 categories to chose from:

  • Consultancy of the Year
  • Design Engineer of the Year
  • Design Team of the Year
  • Engineering Ambassador *NEW
  • Materials Application of the Year
  • New Product of the Year (Aerospace) *NEW
  • New Product of the Year (Electronic)
  • New Product of the Year (Mechanical)
  • Small Company of the Year
  • Start-up of the Year
  • Young Design Engineer of the Year

Deadline for entry is now Friday 28th July so don't delay, enter now.

Since the British Engineering Excellence Awards were launched in 2009, the winning entries have ranged in size from chip designs to earth moving vehicles, with the Grand Prix – the best of the best – awarded to a kinetic energy recovery system, an engineer who designed a system to save water on a massive scale, a marine communications company and, in 2016 a young medical company developing imaging technology to improve outcomes for cancer patients. It demonstrates the breadth and vitality of the UK’s engineering and innovation capabilities. And every year the quality of entries improves.

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Peggy Lee

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