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BCIA search for winners begins


BRITISH CONSTRUCTION Industry Awards 2002 judges this week revealed their 'Judges Select' schemes which represent the best entries in each of the five main categories.

The judges now face a second tough challenge to whittle the list down even further to form a short-list of projects. They will visit and examine these close up over the next three months.

Chairman of the judging panel for 2002 is Ian Coull, director of J Sainsbury, one the UK's most progressive construction procurers. He will also preside over selection for the prestigious Prime Minister's Award for Better Public Building, for which projects come from all categories.

The shortlist for this award will be announced tomorrow at a special event at the Tate Modern Gallery in London hosted by award sponsor the Commission for Architecture and the Built Environment.

BCIA 2002 winners will be announced in October at the London Hilton on Park Lane.

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