Clarkebond recognised for civil engineering excellence in NCE100 rankings
Clarkebond has been recognised as one of the top civil engineering practices in the country for the second consecutive year, moving up 14 places on their 2016 position.
The NCE100 is a totally independent, authoritative assessment of what it means to be an excellent civil engineering practice. Analysis of a comprehensive company questionnaire was combined with the scoring of judges who scrutinised written submissions and then interviewed business leaders from the highest performing companies. This information was then combined with the views of staff themselves – obtained from a confidential survey of almost 6,500 engineers working for NCE100 companies.
The assessment is made against New Civil Engineer’s five core pillars; the competencies and passions sought in outstanding firms: technical excellence; technology leadership; talent development; action on equality and global leadership. Sitting on top of that is an assessment of a key behaviour sought in civil engineering today: collaboration.
“We’re absolutely delighted to have moved up 14 places in the NCE100 this year. To improve our position in the face of tougher competition is fantastic news and testament to the hard work, commitment and enthusiasm of all our teams,” states Neil Marks, Director, Clarkebond.