CLOSING DATE for entries for this year's British Construction Industry Awards is 19 May.
The awards are open to any building or civil engineering project (or well defined section of a project) in the UK or overseas - if there is significant involvement of British firms.Projects must have been completed between 1 May 1999 and 31 May 2000.
The categories are: the small project award (value below £2M), the building award, the civil engineering award (both above £2M but under £50M) and the major project award (value in excess of £50M).
A best practice award will go to a project shortlisted for one of the abaove categories.The international award is open to projects outside the UK where either the principal designer or principal contractor is a UK-based British firm.
The judging panel will be chaired by Sir Andrew Turnbull, permanent secretary to the Treasury, and results will be announced at a gala awards dinner in London on 18 October.
Entry forms are available from Sue Ormsby, British Construction Industry Awards,1 Great George Street, London, SW1P 3AA; fax: 0207 665 2370; website: www. bciawards. org. uk