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November 27, 2018

Structural Awards 2018 honor the most impressive engineering feats in the world

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The winners of the Structural Awards 2018 have been announced. Hosted by the Institution of Structural Engineers in the UK, this annual competition recognizes the most impressive feats of engineering in the world. This year’s top prize was awarded to the sleek and elegant Tamina Canyon Crossing in Switzerland, while the rest of the honors went to an assortment of outstanding bridges, stadiums, and other buildings.

Held annually since 1968, the Structural Awards are divided into 14 categories based on the structural characteristics of the projects and the challenges that may pose, rather than specifically what kind of structure they may be. The winners in each category were selected from a shortlist of 53 projects, and one of those entries also receives the Supreme Award for Structural Engineering Excellence.

This year, the top honor went to the Tamina Canyon Crossing in Bad Ragaz, Canton St. Gallen, Switzerland. This minimalistic concrete structure, which also picked up the Award for Vehicle Bridges, spans 473 m (1,552 ft) and stands 200 m (656 ft) above the gorge.

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