The British Geotechnical Association (BGA) is the principal
association for geotechnical engineers in the United Kingdom.

BGA Case Histories Award

The BGA Case Histories Award is to encourage and recognise the importance of exchange of exemplary geotechnical knowledge and experience of the performance of constructed works for the benefit of the geotechnical profession.

The BGA Case Histories Award is to encourage and recognise the importance of exchange of exemplary geotechnical knowledge and experience of the performance of constructed works for the benefit of the geotechnical profession.

The award is presented for an outstanding contribution to the knowledge and experience of the United Kingdom geotechnical engineering profession through the publication of a well-considered and researched case history or histories, or the publication of recommended practices or design methodologies based on the evaluation of case histories that provide beneficial insights into the geotechnical aspects of constructed works.

The award is open to papers from members and non-members of the BGA and may be given to a single author or multiple collaborating authors. However, a submission must be made by a BGA or ICE member, but they need not be an author of the paper. Preference is placed on peer reviewed papers published in the last 5 years.

The call for submissions for the BGA Case Histories Award 2022 is now open. Submissions must be received by midnight on 15 April 2022.

When submitting via the on-line submission portal on the Prizes Page, Submission Document 1 should be the application form and Submission Document 2 should be the paper(s) being nominated. Maximum file size for uploads is 32 MB.

The award rules and application form can be downloaded from links below:

BGA Case Histories Award 2022 - Rules

BGA Case Histories Award 2022 - Application Form

The award will be made at a conference or meeting of the BGA. All authors shall receive a certificate in recognition of their achievement.

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