8 December 2020 | Leonardo Royal Hotel London Tower Bridge
Showcasing and celebrating the very best in tunnelling expertise
The third annual New Civil Engineer Tunnelling Festival brings together the entire tunnelling community for an interactive and immersive day filled with case studies, debate, future project updates and live judging of our shortlisted entries.
By joining us you can make new connections with project leads, gain insight into design and delivery innovations and understand the scope of future opportunities across sectors. Whether you are designing a challenging shaft, delivering a complex transport tunnel or seeking to raise the profile of your solutions, the Festival is a great place to network and learn.
Taking place of Thursday 8 December 2020 at the Leonardo Royal Hotel London Tower Bridge, the Festival features a core daytime conference programme, live judging of the shortlisted entries, an exhibition featuring top suppliers and the evening awards ceremony where the winners are announced.
The NCE Tunnelling Festival Awards 2020 are now open for entries!
We can’t wait to read your entries – start your application today.
Watch the 2019 highlights video
Why enter the NCE Tunnelling Festival Awards?
Celebrate with your team
Being an award-winner is a powerful motivator to inspire you and your colleagues to keep up the great work!
Enhance your reputation
Be part of an elite crowd of award winners and industry leaders making great strides to develop our industry
Aspire to better practice
Winner or not – seeing what others are doing is an irreplaceable source of tried and tested award-worthy ideas!
Generate positive headlines
Everyone loves a success story and winning an award is a great publicity hook for social and traditional media efforts
Countdown to entry deadline
Meet our 2019 speakers
Anne Kathrine Kalager
Follo Line Project, Bane NOR , project manager for the tunnel-section
Tideway, Programme director
Fugro, director tunnelling & underground spaces
Highways England, development and sponsorship director
Mott MacDonald, senior engineer
Bill Grose Consulting, owner