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British Construction Industry Awards - new project management category

Can you demonstrate best practice in project management? Are you setting the standard in the industry?

Celebrate your team’s successes and enter your project for this year’s British Construction Industry Awards project management award.

This new category will recognise projects and game-changing project teams who can demonstrate best practice in project management through their innovative approaches to collaboration.

Projects of any value and at any stage in their development can be entered. Entrants just need to give a description of best practice collaboration achieved on their project, detailing the project management and procurement process used and explaining how this enabled more collaborative working.

With a panel of exceptional judges, site visits to all shortlisted UK projects and rigorous interviews for all teams shortlisted in the special (non-project) categories, the awards are the ultimate vindication of project team success. And with unrivalled networking opportunities among the 1,200-plus attendees on the night, the awards are the ultimate celebration of the construction industry’s achievements.


  • Gain recognition across the industry
  • Promote your flagship projects
  • Reward your team’s hard work and innovation

What to do now:

  1. Register online
  2. Choose your categories
  3. Fill out a short online entry form by the extended deadline of 27 March 2015.

The 28th British Construction Industry Awards will be presented at a gala dinner on 14 October 2015 at the Grosvenor House Hotel, London.



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