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BCIA judges visit projects in the south

British Construction Industry Awards (BCIA) judges were on the south coast this week, looking at a pavilion, a hospital and a water treatment works.
A record 40 projects have been shortlisted for the various BCIA categories.

The judges have already visited projects in the Thames Gateway, including Langdon Park Docklands Light Railway Station (pictured), a nominee in the Civil Engineering category.

The judging panel is chaired by chairman of London & Continental Railways chief executive Rob Holden. Deputy chairman is ICE president David Orr. Others on the panel include Balfour Beatty group managing director Andrew McNaughton, Arup Europe chairman Philip Dilley and NCE editor Antony Oliver.

The awards will be presented in London on 8 October. Reserve a table at the BCIA website or contact David Helsen on 020 8786 6699, or at

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