Prize: Prize (including medals and awards)
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Robert Alfred Carr Prize
Instituted in 1963 following a bequest made by Robert Alfred Carr (1864-1942) in memory of his father Robert Carr, his brother Harry Oswald Carr, and himself, who were all members of the Institution of Civil Engineers (ICE) for many years.
The income from the endowment fund is used to provide an annual premium, valued at £50, for the author of the best paper published by the Institution during the past year, preferably on the following subjects, but otherwise on any subject: dock and other marine works; railway and transport systems; and gas engineering.
Each year ICE award authors from both industry and academia who have produced work judged by their peers to be of exceptional quality and benefit to the civil engineering, construction and materials science community. Papers outside of ICE archive (published after 2002) are free to read here in perpetuity as part of ICE's commitment to furthering knowledge and best practice.