An undergraduate engineering student or group of students who demonstrate outstanding design and innovation in their final year tertiary project.
An engineer who gets things done, inspires others and takes people with them to make an outstanding contribution to engineering in New Zealand.
A project or initiative which has positive social, environmental, cultural or economic outcomes to a community, iwi, organisation, the environment, education or society.
An innovative collaboration that results in a better project outcome or has a significant positive impact to an ethnic group, workforce, customers, community or the environment.
An individual, team, academic institution or organisation who has delivered inspiring engineering education that has had enduring positive impact for engineers, students or tamariki.
A young engineer who has a passion for community, thrives on leading others and their work and makes New Zealanders’ lives better.
A project or product where art, design, technology and engineering collide to create something eye-catching, disruptive and different to the norm.
A breathtakingly clever engineering project or product that has solved an age-old problem or shifted from the ‘always done this way’ mentality.
An organisation or individual that lives and breathes the power of a truly inclusive and diverse workplace, workforce or engineering community.
The best of the best – the overall winner of the Engineering New Zealand ENVIs. They’ll have the wow factor and have clearly demonstrated vision, brilliance and technical complexity.