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Irish Concrete Society Awards

Irish Concrete Society Awards

Established in 1977, our prestigious Annual Awards are a celebration of excellence in design and construction in Concrete.

Adjudicated by independent and distinguished juries of construction industry professionals, our Awards acknowledge construction achievements in which concrete, in any form, contributes significantly to the built environment.

Congratulations to the winners of the 39th Annual Awards!

Elemental and Overall: Skate Park and Plaza at Le Fanu, Ballyfermot
Infrastructural: Rose Fitzgerald Kennedy Bridge
Building: UCC Student Hub
9th International Award: Paul Marshall Building, London School of Economics
Sean De Courcy Student Award: Aaron Lowe, Technological University, Dublin

Details of the winning project teams are available here

39th Awards Entry List

 



  • MAIN AWARD

    The main awards recognise the contribution made by concrete to any aspect of building, civil engineering, architecture, art or landscaping. Entries are subdivided into three categories: Building, Infrastructure and Element (housing or small projects e.g. walls, stairs, paving).

    Entries are now closed.

  • INTERNATIONAL AWARD

    Established in 2012, this award recognises Irish companies who export technical excellence in concrete.  Projects must be located outside the island of Ireland and have been designed/delivered by an Irish company or include a concrete product manufactured in Ireland.

    Entries are now closed.

     

  • SCULPTURE AWARD

    This Biennial Award scheme enables the Society to acknowledge the work of sculptors who use concrete as a medium of expression. Entries are eligible which use concrete as the main visual element in the sculpture.

    Please note the competition is not open this year.

  • STUDENT AWARD

    Our Séan de Courcy Student Award acknowledges high achievement at third level for students in civil engineering. The award commemorates the late Professor Sean de Courcy, who was an inspirational lecturer.

    Entries are now closed.

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