British Construction Industry Awards Deadline Extended due to popular demand

The British Construction Industry Awards Deadline has been extended by popular demand and ICE is encouraging members to enter.

Civil Engineering Project of the Year (£10m to £50m) was won last year by the  Suffolk Energy from Waste project.
Civil Engineering Project of the Year (£10m to £50m) was won last year by the Suffolk Energy from Waste project.

Now in its 29th year, the British Construction Industry Awards seek to recognise and reward excellence in project delivery. Due to popular demand, the deadline for entries has been extended, giving you a final chance to get your project noticed at the top of the construction industry.

The closing date for entries in the following categories is now Friday 22 April 2016:

  • Building Project of the Year (up to £10m)
  • Building Project of the Year (£10m to £50m)
  • Civil Engineering Project of the Year (up to £10m)
  • Civil Engineering Project of the Year (£10m to £50m)
  • International Project of the Year
  • Major Building Project of the Year (over £50m)
  • Major Civil Engineering Project of the Year (over £50m)

The closing date for entries in the following categories is now 30 April 2016:

  • Application of Technology Award
  • Best Practice in Procurement Award
  • Product Design Innovation Award
  • Temporary Works Award

Organised by New Civil Engineer Magazine, in association with ICE, the awards showcase the very best examples of project delivery in the construction industry and the impressive list of last year's winners is testament to the calibre of entries.

With a panel of exceptional judges, site visits to all shortlisted projects and rigorous interviews for all shortlisted companies, the awards are the ultimate vindication of project team success.

These awards are the only construction industry awards scheme to have the backing of the Prime Minister and with 17 categories in total, there are 4 new categories for 2016:

Low Carbon Construction Award
Award for Natural and Cultural Heritage
Community Engagement Award
Best Practice in Procurement Award

The 29th British Construction Industry Awards winners will be announced at a gala dinner on 12 October at the Grosvenor House Hotel, London.

As an awards partner ICE is encouraging members to showcase the quality of their project's delivery by registering online and choosing any of the 11 enterable categories to enter. Each entry to one of these 11 categories costs £399 + VAT, which will allow you to enter an additional 4 categories free of charge.

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The deadline for entries to this year's awards is 11th March

By entering any of the 11 enterable categories for £399+VAT, you can then choose any and as many of the 4 'pan categories' you would like to be considered for.

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