Departmental Prizes

Civil and Building Engineering

Commercial Management & Quantity Surveying Consortium Prizes

Prizes to the value of £50, each, to be awarded to the first, second and final year student on the BSc Commercial & Quantity Surveying Consortium Prize with the best overall performance in their appropriate year.

Construction Engineering Management Consortium Prizes

Three prizes to be awarded to the student on BSc Construction Engineering Management with the best overall performance in Part A (£50), Part B (£75) and Part C (£100).

Institution of Structural Engineers, East Midlands Branch Student Prize

A prize to the value of £50 is awarded to the Part A student giving the best performance in the double subject Structures and Materials in the School of Civil Engineering.

This prize was established by the School of Civil and Building Engineering in conjunction with the Institution of Structural Engineers.

Robert Moss Prize

Five prizes, each to the value of £50, to be awarded to one student in each of the following undergraduate programmes in the School of Civil and Building Engineering, for work carried out in the Construction Industry: Civil Engineering, Construction Engineering Management, Commercial Management & Quantity Surveying and Architectural Engineering & Design Management.”

East Midlands Airport Prize

A prize of a certificate and a behind the scenes tour of the airport with key staff to be awarded to the finalist student with the best Overall performance on the Air Transport Management Programme.


Second Year Prizes

BAM Nuttall Surveying Prize

A prize to the value of £150 to be awarded to the Part B BEng/MEng Civil Engineering student obtaining the highest aggregate mark in the Surveying 2 module CVB004 and the surveying part of the Field Course module CVB010

East Midland Geotechnical Group Prize

A prize to the value of £50 to be awarded annually to the student achieve the best second year marks in the subject of Geotechnics in the School of Civil and Building Engineering.

Loughborough University Development Trust Prize

A Prize to the value of £75 to be awarded to an exceptional 2nd year student who the School judges to have made excellent academic progress and/or who has made a significant contribution to the School, University or Community

This prize is funded through the The Development Trust. The Trust exists to support the University in giving students an outstanding quality of educational experience. It raises funds from former students and other friends of the University. Their generosity has made this prize possible.


Third Year Prizes

    Sponsors’ Teamwork Design Project Prize

A prize, to the value of £50 per student, to be awarded to the group of students producing the best overall design for the third year Design Project in the opinion of the examiners.


Final Year Prizes

Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport East Midlands Section Prize

A prize to the value of £100 is awarded to the finalist student with the best overall performance in Transport Studies.

Chartered Institute of Building Prize

A prize to the value of £100 to be awarded annually to the finalist on the BSc Construction Engineering Management programme submitting the research dissertation receiving the highest mark

East Midland Geotechnical Group Prize

A prize to the value of £100 to be awarded annually to the best final year research project in the subject of Geotechnics in the School of Civil and Building Engineering.

Institution of Civil Engineers Prize

A Certificate of Merit and prize to the value of £250 is awarded annually to the Civil Engineering student adjudged by the programme board as having the best performance in his/her penultimate and final years, not solely on examination performance but also with regard to coursework, particularly civil engineering design which includes, but is not exclusive to, structural design.

The prize will be awarded to a BEng student in even years and an MEng student in odd years.

In order to qualify for the prize students must hold ICE membership at the time of graduation.

Loughborough University Development Trust Prize

A Prize to the value of £100 to be awarded to an exceptional final year student who the School judges to have made excellent academic progress and/or who has made a significant contribution to the School, University or Community.

This prize is funded through the The Development Trust. The Trust exists to support the University in giving students an outstanding quality of educational experience. It raises funds from former students and other friends of the University. Their generosity has made this prize possible.

Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors Prize

A prize to the value of £100 to be awarded to the BSc (Hons) Commercial Management and Quantity Surveying student who attains the highest mark for the final year dissertation.

Society of Construction Law Prize

A prize of £250 and one-year membership of the Society of Construction Law to be awarded to the Part C Commercial Management and Quantity Surveying student who achieves the best combined average in the law modules undertaken as part of their final award.

Sponsors' Beng Civil Engineering Design Project Prize

A prize to the value of £50 per student, to be awarded to the group with the top mark in the BEng Design project module CVC005.

KIER Construction Prize

A prize, to the value of £250, to be awarded to the BSc Architectural Engineering and Design Management student with the highest overall score in Part B and Part C combined.

Bechtel Prize

A prize to the value of £250 to be awarded to the student with the highest degree mark from the graduating Civil Engineering cohort (BEng Civil Engineering and MEng Civil Engineering) in the view of the relevant programme board.

The prize will be awarded to a BEng student in even years and an MEng student in odd years.

Murray Chapman Prize

A prize to the value of £250 to be awarded to the UG finalist student in the School of Civil and Building Engineering who has made the most significant improvement in their performance, in terms of their penultimate year and final year average marks, in the view of the relevant programme boards.

 

Postgraduate Prizes

AECOM Building Services Engineering Prize

A prize to the value of £300 to be awarded annually to the graduating student with the best overall performance on the MSc Building Services Engineering programme in the view of the programme board.

The Hays Construction and Property Prize

A prize to the value of £100 is awarded to the student with the best overall performance on the design project by a student on the MSc programme Building Services Engineering.

Pick Everard Prize

A prize to the value of £300, to be awarded to the student on the MSc Building Services Engineering programme with the highest overall mark for his/her research project. In the event of two students obtaining equal marks Pick Everard will be involved in the selecting the recipient of the prize.

SE Controls Prize

A prize to the value of £500 to be awarded to the student with the highest overall academic performance on the Low Carbon Building Design and Modeling programme. Awarded for two years initially - 2011 and 2012.

Energy Institute Prize

A cash prize to the value of £100 and one year's affiliate membership of the Energy Institute to be awarded to the student who achieves the highest mark for their research project in CVP313.

Cundall Prize for Environmental Responsibility

A prize to the value of £250 to be awarded to the student on the MSc Low Energy Building Services Engineering programmewhose research project for Module CVP313 (Research Dissertation: Building Energy), most clearly considers the social and environmental impacts it can/may make.

Cundall Prize for Low Carbon Building Design

A prize to the value £250 awarded to the student on the MSc Low Carbon Building Design and Modelling programme whose research project for Module CVP313 (Research Dissertation: Building Energy), most clearly demonstrates the importance of Low Carbon Building Design.

Hilson Moran Low Energy Design Prize

A prize to the value of £200 awarded to the student on the MSc Low Energy Building Services Engineering programme who achieves the highest mark for their design work in module CVP308 Concept Design with 3D Building Information Modelling.

Hilson Moran Modelling Design Project Prize

A prize to the value of £200 awarded to the student on the MSc Low Carbon Building Design and Modelling programme who achieves the highest mark for their modelling (thermal/ daylight/airflow) work in a design project (dissertation or coursework)