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Last chance to enter British Construction Industry Awards

While the Project Categories for the BCI Awards 2012 have now closed for entries, six new categories are still accepting entries.

The deadline has been extended to 26 April for the following categories:

BIM Project Application Award
ICE President’s Award for Energy Infrastructure
Product Design Innovation Award - Sponsored by Topcon
Project Finance - Deal of the Year
BCIA 25th Anniversary Award
NCE 40th Anniversary Award - Impact on Society

There are two special awards this year to mark the 25th anniversary of the BCI awards and the 40th anniversary of NCE.

Another new category for 2012 is the ICE President’s Award which will recognise excellence in the field chosen by the President as the focus for their year in office. This year, President Richard Coackley has chosen the generation, storage and delivery of energy as his theme.

There are around 200 entries for the BCI Awards each year representing the best buildings and civil engineering projects throughout the UK ranging in size from very small to major.

For more information on how to enter and the judging process, go to the BCI Awards website.

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