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Awards

  • Civil Engineering Magazine Awards

    The following is the list of the 164 awards that the staff, contributing editors, and civil engineer authors of Civil Engineering have won within the past 12 years for editorial and graphic design excellence. 


  • 2015

    Grace under pressureA total of 17 awards—15 from the American Society of Business Publication Editors (ASBPE), and 2 awards from Trade, Association, and Business Publications International (TABPI)—were bestowed for work published in 2014.

    ASBPE

    In conferring its awards in various categories, the ASBPE pays tribute to the efforts of business publication editors and designers and their commitment to excellence in journalism and graphic presentation. The magazine won 7 awards for editorial excellence and 8 awards for design excellence:


    The magazine’s art director, Jeff Roth, won a gold national and gold regional award in the opening page/spread—photo category for the opening spread of the article “Grace under Pressure” published in the December 2014 issue, a silver national and silver regional award for the opening spread of the article “Bridging the Gap” published in the September 2014 issue, and a bronze national award for the opening spread of the article “Sensational Planet” published in the June 2014 issue. 

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    Jeff Roth won a bronze regional award in the feature article design category for the feature article “Sensational Planet” published in June 2014 issue, and both gold regional and silver national awards for the feature article “Grace under Pressure” published in the December 2014 issue.

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    J. David Rogers, Ph.D., P.E., P.G., CEG, CHG, M.ASCE, an engineer based in Columbia, Missouri, won a gold national award in the general interest category for his article “Engineering the Panama Canal,” published in the October 2014 issue.

    The magazine’s senior editor, Robert L. Reid, won a silver regional award in the general interest category for his article “Stellar Achievement” published in the July/August 2014 issue.

    Robert L. Reid won a silver regional award in the technical article category for his article “Sensational Planet” published in the June 2014 issue.

    Districts Deepest BuildingMark Tamaro, P.E., LEED AP, M.ASCE, Chris Crilly, P.E., LEED AP BD+C, and Dimitrios C. Frantzis, P.E., M.ASCE, engineers based in Washington, D.C., won a bronze regional award in technical article category for their article “The District’s Deepest Building,” published in the September 2014 issue.

    Robert L. Reid, Jay Landers (contributing editor), David Hill (senior writer), and Catherine A. Cardno, Ph.D. (web editor), won gold, silver, and bronze regional awards for their news section department published in the February, December, and June 2014 issues, respectively.  

    TABPI

    TABPI is an organization that endeavors to bring together editors working with English-language publications worldwide to encourage a common dedication to editorial ethics and excellence.

    Robert L. Reid won a silver award in the technical article category for “Sensational Planet,” which was published in the June 2014 issue.

    Jay Landers won an honorable mention for “What Will It Take?,” which was published in the May 2014 issue.



    2014

    A total of 22 awards—13 from the American Society of Business Publication Editors (ASBPE), 5 APEX awards from Communications Concepts, and 4 awards from Trade, Association, and Business Publications International (TABPI). The awards were bestowed for work published in 2013.

    ASBPE

    In conferring its awards in various categories, the ASBPE pays tribute to the efforts of business publication editors and designers and their commitment to excellence in journalism and graphic presentation. The magazine won 8 awards for editorial excellence and 5 awards for design excellence:

    The magazine’s senior editor, Robert L. Reid, won a gold award for his article “Defending New Orleans,” published in the November 2013 issue.

    The magazine’s editor in chief, Anne Elizabeth Powell, won a gold award in the humorous/fun department category for the May 2013 edition of the News2Note department.

    Pierluigi Bucci, an engineer based in Rome, won a bronze award in the technical article category for his article “Flying Carpet,” published in the June 2013 issue.

    Robert L. Reid won a silver award in the general interest category for his article “Supersized,” published in the May 2013 issue.

    Freelancer Jenny Jones won a silver award in the regular department category for her articles written for the “Technology” department published in the April, May, and June 2013 issues.

    Freelancer Jenny Jones won a gold award in the Web feature article category for her article “Massive Equine Statues Require Engineering Finesse,” published on the magazine website the week of May 7, 2013.

    Freelancer T.R. Witcher won a silver award in the Web feature article for his article “Music and Motion Inspire Nashville Convention Center,” published on the magazine website the week of June 4, 2013.

    Web editor Catherine A. Cardno, Ph.D., won a bronze award in the Web feature article category for her article “Expansion Approved for Ancient U.K. Abbey,” published on the magazine website the week of April 2, 2013.

    The magazine’s art director, Jeff Roth, won a gold award in the contents pages category for the table of contents published in the April 2013 issue, a silver award for the table of contents published in the February 2013 issue, and a bronze award for the table of contents published in the May 2013 issue.

    Jeff Roth won a silver award in the opening page/spread—photo category for the opening spread of the article “Waterfront Wonder,” published in the September 2013 issue.

    Jeff Roth won a bronze award in the opening page/spread—photo category for the opening spread of the article “A Shade of Distinction,” published in the December 2013 issue.

    APEX

    One grand award and four awards of excellence:

    Robert L. Reid won the grand award in the writing category for his article “Defending New Orleans,” published in the November 2013 issue.

    Anne Elizabeth Powell won an award of excellence in the magazines, journals, and tabloids over 32 pages category for the October 2013 issue.

    Anne Elizabeth Powell won an award of excellence in the Web content category for the magazine’s website, www.asce.org/cemagazine.

    Pierluigi Bucci won an award of excellence in the technical and technology writing category for his article “Flying Carpet,” published in the June 2013 issue.

    Jeff Roth won an award of excellence in the design and layout category for his layout of the article “A Stellar Move,” published in the July/August 2013 issue.

    TABPI

    TABPI is an organization that endeavors to bring together editors working with English-language publications worldwide to encourage a common dedication to editorial ethics and excellence.

    Robert L. Reid won a gold award in the technical article category for “Deep Science,” which was published in the June 2013 issue.

    Ryan Nataluk, P.E., Frank Block, P.E., A.M.ASCE, and Nicholas Cioffredi, P.E., won a gold award in the focus/profile article category for the article "First Person: High Over Hooves Dam," published in the October 2013 issue.

    Robert L. Reid won an honorable mention for “A Stellar Move,” which was published in the July/August 2013 edition.

    Jeff Brown won an honorable mention for the History Lesson department in 2013.

    2013

    A total of 15 awards—5 from the American Society of Business Publication Editors (ASBPE), 5 APEX awards from Communications Concepts, and 5 awards from Trade, Association and Business Publications International (TABPI).

    ASBPE

    In conferring its awards in various categories, the ASBPE pays tribute to the efforts of business publication editors and designers and their commitment to excellence in journalism and graphic presentation.

    Four national awards for editorial excellence and one regional award for design excellence:

    A gold national award in the feature article/group effort category to Daniel J. Lemieux, AIA, R.A., M.ASCE, and Terrence F. Paret, M.ASCE for “Monumental Challenge,” published in the December 2012 issue.

    A silver national award in the news section category for Civil Engineering News, March 2012 issue.

    A silver national award to the Civil Engineering website.

    A bronze national award in the technical writing category to Robert L. Reid for “Digging Delft,” published in the May 2012 issue.

    A bronze regional award—Central-Southeast Region—in the feature article design category to Jeff Roth for “Sculpting a Skyscraper,” published in the September 2012 issue.

    APEX

    APEX awards are national awards given in recognition of excellence in editorial content and graphic design. APEX Grand Awards honor the outstanding works in each main category; APEX Awards of Excellence recognize the exceptional entries in each of the subcategories.

    One Grand Award and four Awards of Excellence:

    A Grand Award went to T.R. Witcher for his Web article "Tombstone’s New Fight Centers on Water,” which was published on the magazine's website during the week of June 5, 2012.

    Awards of Excellence went to:

    Anne Elizabeth Powell, the editor in chief, in the category of Home Pages for www.asce.org/cemagazine.

    Daniel J. Lemieux, AIA, R.A., M.ASCE, and Terrence F. Paret, M.ASCE, in the feature writing category for “Monumental Challenge,” published in the December 2012 issue.

    Robert L. Reid in the technical writing category for “Digging Delft,” published in the May 2012 issue.

    Jeff Roth, for the design and layout of “Sculpting a Skyscraper,” published in the September 2012 issue.

    TABPI

    TABPI is an organization that endeavors to bring together editors working with English-language publications worldwide and to encourage a common dedication to editorial ethics and excellence.

    A silver award to contributing editor Ray Bert in the department category for the Books department.

    A silver award in the technical article category to Robert L. Reid for “Digging Delft,” published in the May 2012 issue.

    A silver award in the focus/profile article category to Theodore P. “Ted” Zoli, P.E., M.ASCE, for “First Person: A Bridge by the People, for the People,” published in the June 2012 issue.

    An honorable mention to Anne Elizabeth Powell, the editor in chief, for Civil Engineering, which was recognized as being one of the top 25 magazines within the entire competition.

    An honorable mention to Thomas L. Smith, AIA, Manuel Perotin, P.E., CFM, M.ASCE, and Erin Walsh for “Protecting Critical Facilities,” published in the May 2012 issue, which was recognized as being one of the top 25 entries within the entire feature article competition.

    2012

    A total of 10 awards—5 from the American Society of Business Publication Editors (ASBPE), 4 APEX awards from Communications Concepts, and 1 award from Trade, Association, and Business Publications International (TABPI). The awards were bestowed for work published in 2011. 

    ASBPE

    Within the design category, Jeff Roth won a national bronze award for the Table of Contents of the June 2011 issue.

    Within the technical article editorial category—Central-Southeast Region—Surendra Thakral, P.E., M.ASCE, Paul Skager, P.E., Louis Sun, P.E., Ali R. Ahmadi Motlagh, Ph.D., and Hersh Kshetry won a gold award for “Benefiting Bakersfield,” published in the January 2011 issue.

    Within the technical article category—Central-Southeast Region—Dave Zanetell, P.E., M.ASCE, David Goodyear, P.E., S.E., M.ASCE, Jeff St. John, P.E., M.ASCE, Brian Lomax, and Danny Sullivan won a silver award for “Engineering’s Newest Marvel,” published in the October 2011 issue.

    Within the news section category, the magazine won two national awards: a gold award for the news section of the August 2011 issue and a silver award for the July 2011 issue.

    APEX

    A Grand Award went to Robert L. Reid in the category of feature writing for “Towering Imagination,” published in the August  2011 issue.

    Awards of Excellence went to::

    Anne Elizabeth Powell, the editor in chief, for magazines over 32 pages (March 2011 issue).

    Kevin Wilcox for Web writing throughout the year.

    Jeff Roth, for design and layout, and cover design (two awards).

    TABPI

    An honorable mention for being among the top 25 feature articles within the entire competition: “Towering Imagination” by Robert L. Reid (August 2011).

    2011

    A total of 23 awards—12 from the American Society of Business Publication Editors (ASBPE), 7 APEX awards from Communications Concepts, 3 awards from Trade, Association, and Business Publications International (TABPI), and 1 award from FOLIO. The awards were bestowed for work published in 2010.

    ASBPE

    Within the design category, Jeff Roth won five awards:

    • February 2010: Table of Contents
    • March 2010:  Table of Contents  
    • May 2010: Table of Contents
    • September 2010: Table of Contents
    • December 2010: Feature article, “An Honorable Effort”

    Within the feature article editorial category: Jay Landers for “Entering the Mainstream,” August 2010.

    Robert L. Reid for “Mastering a Mountain,” December 2010.

    Within the news category, Robert L. Reid, Jenny Jones, and Jay Landers for the Civil Engineering News section of the October 2010 issue.

    Within the regular department category, Ray Bert for the Books department in the August, September, and October 2010 issues.

    Within the special section category, J. David Rogers, Ph.D., P.E., M.ASCE, and Walker R. Young for “Celebrating Hoover Dam,” November 2010.

    Within the technical article category, Arthur B. Colwell, P.E., M.ASCE, Douglas C. Hearn, Jr., P.E., M.ASCE, and Colin Ocker, P.E., for “Innovation in Ingleside,” June 2010, and Sanjeev Malhotra, P.E., G.E., M.ASCE, for “Supporting the Winds of Change,” August 2010.

    APEX

    A Grand Award within the magazines and journals category to Anne Elizabeth Powell, the editor in chief, for the March 2010 issue.

    An Award of Excellence within the regular departments and columns category to Laurie A. Shuster and Jenny Jones for News Briefs.

    An Award of Excellence within the technology and science writing category to Robert L. Reid for “A Glittering Center,” July 2010

    An Award of Excellence within the green writing category to Juan Josse, M.ASCE, and Andrew Dale for “Giving It Juice,” October 2010.

    An Award of Excellence within the feature writing category to Man-Chung Tang, Dr.-Ing., P.E., Hon.M.ASCE for “The Story of World-Record Spans,” March 2010.

    An Award of Excellence within the design category of calendars, posters, and certifications to Jeff Roth for the 2010 Bridges calendar.

    An Award of Excellence within the design and layout category to Jeff Roth for “The Burj Khalifa Triumphs,” March 2010.

    TABPI awards from Trade, Association, and Business Publications International

    Technical Article:  Sanjeev Malhotra, P.E., G.E., M.ASCE for “Supporting the Winds of Change,” August 2010.

    Feature Article: Jay Landers for “Entering the Mainstream,” August 2010.

    Best Single Issue: Anne Elizabeth Powell, editor in chief, for the March 2010 issue.                                            

    FOLIO

    Awarded by FOLIO magazine, the FOLIO awards recognize excellence in magazine publishing. FOLIO’s Eddie Awards recognize editorial excellence; the Ozzie awards recognize design excellence.

    Jeff Roth won a gold Ozzie for the best table of contents for the June 2011 issue.                                                                                                           

    2010

    A total of 22 awards—10 from the American Society of Business Publication Editors (ASBPE), 7 APEX awards from Communications Concepts, and 5 awards from Trade, Association and Business Publications International (TABPI). The awards were bestowed for work published in 2009.

    ASBPE

    In the area of design, the magazine’s art director, Jeff Roth, won a national award in the design category “Contents Page” and a regional award in the “Front Cover-Photo” category for October 2009 cover for the feature “High Flyer.”

    A national award in the “News Section” editorial category was given to senior editor Robert L. Reid, associate editor Catherine A. Cardno, Ph.D., and contributing editors Jay Landers, Brian Fortner, and Jeff L. Brown for the Civil Engineering News department.

    Regional awards in the editorial category include “High Flyer,” by Robert L. Reid, October 2009; for a feature article; “Amazing Space,” by engineer authors Mark Sarkisian, P.E., S.E., LEED A.P., M.ASCE; Peter Lee, P.E., S.E., LEED A.P., M.ASCE, and Eric Long, P.E., S.E., LEED A.P., August 2009, for a feature article; “Seeking Zero Energy” by civil engineer authors Roger E. Frechette III, P.E., LEED AP, and Russell Gilchrist, January 2009, for a technical srticle; “Game Opener” by civil engineer authors Tarek Ayoubi, P.E., Andrew Stoebner, P.E., and Kenneth Byler, P.E., July 2009, for a technical article; Jeff L. Brown and Catherine A. Cardno, Ph.D., for the July, August, and September 2009 Technology department in the regular department category; Catherine A. Cardno, Ph.D., for the May, June, and July 2009 News Briefs department in the regular department category; and contributing editor Ray Bert for the July, August, and September Books department in the regular Department category.

    APEX

    An APEX Grand Award (1 of only 100 out of 3,700 entires) was bestowed upon civil engineer authors Daniel A. Sesil, P.E., M.ASCE, Douglas P. Gonzalez, P.E., M.ASCE, and Matthew D. Melrose, P.E., for their article “Newsmaker,” April 2009, in the writing category; Anne Elizabeth Powell, the editor in chief, won in the magazines and journals, print, over 32 pages category; Robert L. Reid won in the feature writing category for “Under One Green Roof,” January 2009; contributing editor Brett Hansen won in the regular departments and columns category for “History Lesson”; Roger E. Frechette III, P.E., LEED AP, and Russell Gilchrist won in the technology and science writing category for “Seeking Zero Energy,” January 2009; and Jeff Roth won in the design and layout category for “Amazing Space,” August 2009, and in the calendars, posters, and certificates category for the Bridges calendar.

    TABPI

    Jeff Roth won a gold design award in the feature design category for “Amazing Space,” August 2009, and a silver design award in the front cover photograph category for “Amazing Space”; Robert L. Reid won an honorable mention award in the feature article category for “Under One Green Roof,” March 2009; Robert L. Reid, Catherine A. Cardno, Ph.D., Jay Landers, Jeff L. Brown, and Brian Fortner won an  honorable mention award in the news coverage category for the Civil Engineering News department; and Ray Bert won a silver editorial award in the Department category for Books.

    2009

    A total of 20 awards—11 from the American Society of Business Publication Editors (ASBPE), 7 APEX awards from Communications Concepts, and 2 awards from Trade, Association, and Business Publications International (TABPI). The awards were bestowed for work published in 2008.

    ASBPE

    In the area of design, the magazine’s art director, Jan Hilton, won a gold national ASBPE award for the cover of the March 2008 issue and a bronze national ASBPE award for the cover of the January 2008 issue. Jan also won an APEX Award of Excellence for the opening spread of the special report “The Infrastructure Crisis,” published in the January 2008 issue.

    In the editorial category, Robert L. Reid, the magazine’s senior editor, won a national gold ASBPE award for his feature article “Aerial Gateway,” published in the October 2008 issue; Michel Moussard, P.E., and Michel Virlogeux, Ph.D., won a silver national award in the technical article category for their article “French Connection,” published in the November 2008 issue; and contributing editor Jay Landers won a bronze national award for his standing department “Policy Briefing” in the category of government coverage. Contributing editor Brett Hansen won a gold regional award for his standing deparment “History Lesson”; James Guthrie, S.E., Stephen Marusich, S.E., and Geoff Bomba, P.E., won a gold regional award in the technical article category for their feature article “A Saving Isolation,” published in the July 2008 issue; Michael T. McNerney won a silver regional award in the technical article category for his feature article “Precise Prediction,” published in the August 2008 issue; Mark E. Capron won a bronze regional award in the technical article category for his feature article “Plankton Power,” published in the March 2008 issue; senior editor Robert L. Reid won a bronze regional award in the feature writing category for his “Special Report: The Infrastructure Crisis”; and contributing editor Ray Bert won a bronze regional awards for his standing department Books.

    APEX

    APEX are national awards given in recognition of excellence in editorial content and graphic design. APEX Grand Awards honor the outstanding works in each main category, while APEX Awards of Excellence recognize exceptional entries in each of the subcategories. The magazine staff won a Grand Award in the nonprofit category of magazines and journals; Anne Elizabeth Powell, the editor in chief, won an Award of Excellence in the cagegory of Magazines and Journals: Print Over 32 pages; contributing editor Jeff L. Brown won an Award of Excellence in the feature writing category for his feature “Carrying the Torch,” published in the August 2008 issue; senior editor Robert L. Reid won an Award of Excellence in the feature writing category for his “Special Report: The Infrastructure Crisis,” published in the January 2008 issue; Charles R. Welch, Ph.D., M.ASCE, William F. Marcuson III, Ph.D., P.E., Hon.M.ASCE, and Ilker Adiguzel, Ph.D., M.ASCE, won an Award of Excellence in the scientific and environmental writing category for their feature article “Will Supermolecules and Supercomputers Lead to Super Construction Materials?” published in the November 2008 issue; and freelance designer John Meagher won an Award of Excellence in the design category of calendars, posters, and certificates for the “2009 Bridges Calendar.”

    TABPI

    TABPI is an organization that endeavors to bring together editors working for English-language publications worldwide and to encourage a common dedication to editorial ethics and excellence.  The editor in chief, Anne Elizabeth Powell, won an honorable mention in the best single issue category for the January 2008 issue and contributing editor Jeff L. Brown won an honorable mention in the feature article category for “Carrying the Torch,” published in the August 2008 isue.

    2008

    A total of 19 awards—1 national award and 9 regional awards from the American Society of Business Publications Editors (ASBPE), 7 APEX awards from Communications Concepts, 1 award from Trade, Association, and Business Publications International (TABPI), and 1 Eddie award from FOLIO. The awards were bestowed for work published in 2007.

    ASBPE

    In conferring its awards in various categories, the ASBPE pays tribute to the efforts of business publication editors and designers and their commitment to excellence in journalism and graphic presentation. The awards recognize the editorial content and graphics of print publications.

    In the area of design, the magazine’s art director, Jan Hilton, won a national bronze award for the opening spread of the article “Sky Watcher,” which was published in the May 2007 issue. Jan was also recognized with regional awards, garnering a gold award for the cover of the January 2007 issue; a silver award for the August 2007 cover; a bronze award for the November 2007 cover; a bronze award for the graphic design of “Sky Watcher”; a gold award for the opening spread of the feature article “Tower of Power,” which was published in the October 2007 issue; and a silver award for the opening spread of the article “Taking the Lead,” which was published in the December 2007 issue.

    In the editorial category, Robert L. Reid, the magazine’s senior editor, won in the feature writing category for his article “Grand Inspiration,” which was published in the September 2007 issue; Brett Hansen, the associate editor of ASCE News and a contributing editor of the magazine, won for History Lesson, his monthly magazine column; and civil engineers Gonzalo Garcia-Sobrinos, Ignasi Salvador-Villa, ICCP, and Jesus Serradilla-Echarri won a silver award for their feature article “Tower of Power.”

    APEX

     Jan Hilton won a Grand Award in the area of design and illustration for the Bridges calendar (designed, edited, and produced by the magazine staff), an Award of Excellence for the cover design of the January 2007 issue of Civil Engineering, and an Award of Excellence for the design and layout of the article “Reconsidering Value Engineering: The Rhode Island School of Design Library Project,” which was published in the February 2007 issue of the magazine. Brett Hansen won an Award of Excellence for his feature article “Gathering Strength,” which was published in the August 2007 issue of the magazine; Robert Reid won an Award of Excellence for “Grand Inspiration”; and the editorial staff and contributing editors won an Award of Excellence for news series writing in the magazine’s Civil Engineering News department.

    TABPI

    Brett Hansen won a silver TABPI for his department History Lesson.

    FOLIO

    Robert L. Reid won a silver level Eddie in the category of best single article for his “Special Report: The Infrastructure Crisis,” which was published in the January 2008 issue.

    2007

    A total of 10 awards for editorial and graphic design excellence—8 from ASBPE and 2 from TABPI.

    ASBPE

    The magazine’s staff and contributing editors received a national Award of Excellence for its September 2006 Civil Engineering News section. The magazine won a regional Award of Excellence in the technical article category for “Geometry Lesson” by Jason Jones, P.E., Christopher Hauke, P.E., M.ASCE, Andreas Greuel, P.E., M.ASCE, and Brad Saalfeld, P.E., M.ASCE, which was published in the May 2006 issue. In the design category, Jan Hilton won a national award for the opening spread of the article “Counterpoint,” which was published in the March 2006 issue. Jan also won a national award in the feature article design category for her design of the article “Landmark Revisited,” which was published in the April 2006 issue. Additionally, she won four regional design awards for the opening spread of the feature article “Landmark Reinvented”; for the opening spread of the feature article “The Berlin Connection,” which was published in the August 2006 issue; for the cover of the February 2006 issue; and for the cover of the April 2006 issue.

    TABPI

    Robert L. Reid won a Gold Award from TABPI in the technical article category for “A Healing Place,” which was published in the February 2006 issue, and Jan won an honorable mention from TABPI for the opening spread of “Landmark Reinvented.”

    2006

    A total of 10 awards for editorial and graphic design excellence—6 from ASBPE and 4 from APEX. 

    ASBPE

    Jan Hilton won five ASBPE awards for graphics excellence: a national Award of Excellence for the cover of the July 2005 issue; a national Award of Excellence for the opening spread illustration of the feature article “Grand Revival,” published in the August 2005 issue; a national Award of Excellence for the opening spread photograph of the article “Synchronicity,” published in the February 2005 issue; a regional award for the cover of the December 2005 issue; and a regional award for the opening spread of the feature article “Inspired Innovation,” published in the July 2005 issue. Robert Pinghero, P.E., Wayne Ehmann, and Dean Kimball, R.A., won a regional award for editorial excellence for their feature article “Grand Revival.”

    APEX

    Jan Hilton won an APEX Grand Award for the design of “Grand Revival,” as well as an Award of Excellence in two categories: for the overall cover design of the magazine and for the Bridges 2006 calendar. Anne Elizabeth Powell, the magazine’s editor in chief, won an Award of Excellence in the magazine and journal writing category for her feature article “A Grand Plan,” published in the December 2004 issue.

    2005

    ASBPE

    Six awards from ASBPE. Jan Hilton won four awards: a national award for the design of the feature article “A Grand Plan,” published in the December 2004 issue; a national award for the cover photograph of the February 2004 issue; a national award for the cover photograph of the July 2004 issue; and a regional award for the computer-generated cover of the January 2004 issue. Laurie  A. Shuster, the magazine’s managing editor, won a regional award for the special report she authored on bridge and tunnel security, which was published in the September 2004 issue; and Walter Antlauf, Dipl-Ing., Francois G. Bernardeau, P.E., and Kevin C. Coates won a regional award for their feature article “Fast Track,” published in the November 2004 issue.

    2004

    ASBPE

    Four regional ASBPE awards. Jan Hilton won two regional Awards of Excellence—one for the cover photograph of the February 2003 issue and one for the cover illustration of the October 2003 issue. Jay Landers, then the magazine’s senior editor, received an Award of Excellence for his feature “Saving the Bay,” published in the January 2003 issue. James Loper, P.E., Keith Almoney, P.E., and Timothy Frederick won an Award of Excellence for their feature article “Flying High.”

    2003

    ASBPE

    Three ASBPE awards. A national Award of Excellence in the technical article category for the feature article “Preserving Pisa’s Treasure,” which was written by engineers John Burland, Michele Jamiolkowski, and Carlo Viggiani and published in the March 2002 issue; an Award of Excellence in the special sections category for the “Landmarks in Civil Engineering History” by Jeff L. Brown and published in the November/December 2002 issue; and a regional Award of Excellence in the design category for the cover of the May 2002 issue designed by Jan Hilton.