Enter UKRIA 2018

To ensure your entry is received please read everything on this page.

To enter the UK Rail Industry Awards, simply complete the correct entry form and submit your nomination. Remember you can enter multiple categories.

For further information or to report a problem contact the team on 0161 833 6320 or click here to submit an enquiry.

Please Note:

 *Closing date for entries is Monday 25th September 2017. To view the judging criteria, click here.

The below categories have a slightly different entry form. Ensure you are using the correct one.

      • To enter the 'Outstanding Projects' category click here
      • To enter the 'Product & Service Innovation' category click here
      • To enter the 'Rail Research and Innovation Implementation' category click here
      • To enter the 'Sub-contractor of the year' category click here
      • To enter the 'Young Rail Professional' category click here
      • To enter all other categories complete the form below

Contact details: This is the information we will use to contact you should your entry be shortlisted and will remain the contact throughout the event.

Organisation: This is the name of the company that will appear on the trophy. (Trophies will be engraved exactly as the name appears here)

This is the email address we will use to contact you should your entry be shortlisted.

Below, write a short 30-word summary of your entry which will be published on the website alongside your organisation's name should you make the shortlist.

In no more than 500 words you need to clearly communicate the aims and objectives of the project, product, service or organisation you are basing your entry on and the motivation behind them. Think about the why! What led you to establishing these aims and objectives in the first place? 

In no more than 500 words you need to show evidence of successful planning and execution of your aims and objectives relating to the project, product, service or organisation you are basing your entry on. Explain to the judges how your planning process worked and detail how you executed the delivery of that plan. 

In no more than 500 words you need to show clear evidence of genuine innovation and creativity that directly relates to the project, product, service or organisation you are basing your entry on. What did you do differently and why? 

In no more than 500 words you need to show clear evidence of the outcomes achieved that directly relate to the project, product, service or organisation you are basing your entry on. It could be anything i.e. did you reduce cost, improve quality, safety etc?

If you wish to upload additional material to support your entry, please do so below.

Please note:

  • Supported file types are: .doc .docx .pdf .xls .jpg .ppt .png
  • File formats not listed are not supported.
  • There is a 25 MB file size limit
  • You may upload up to 4 attachments.
  • Do not use any of these characters: £ & ‘ “ % . / \
  • Do not use spaces in the name. Replace with Hyphens or underscores.
  • Do not use brackets in the name.
  • Example of what not to do: “image name example (2).jpg”
  • Example of what to do: “image-name-example-2.jpg”

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If you experience any issues whilst completing this form including inconsistencies, problems submitting or feedback.

Please send your comments to our team, either by e-mail or calling 0161 833 6320

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