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British Construction Industry Awards deadline extended

BCIA

The entry deadline for the British Construction Industry Awards (BCIA) has been extended until Friday 18 March to ensure that you have enough time to perfect and submit your entries.

The BCIAs, now in its 29th year, seeks to recognise and reward excellence in the British construction industry. With a panel of industry-leading judges, site visits to all shortlisted projects and rigorous interviews for all shortlisted companies, the awards are the ultimate vindication of project team success.

Don’t miss your chance to put your company in the best position to be recognised and rewarded for excellence in project delivery.

Register online today and choose any of the 11 categories to enter. Each entry to one of these categories costs £399 (+VAT). Seven of the 11 enterable categories have the option for you to also be considered for the four “pan categories” at no extra cost. So you can potentially enter five categories for the price of one.

Entries close on Friday 18 March, so make sure you enter before the deadline and make the most of your award entry fees.

If you have any questions about the entry process, please contact George Thornton on 020 7391 4530 or email george.thornton@emap.com.

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