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BCIA shortlist announced

BCIA 2014

New Civil Engineer can reveal the shortlisted finalists for the British Construction Industry Awards.

Finalists have been shortlisted under categories including commercial property, cultural and leisure, climate resilience, housing, infrastructure maintenance, social infrastructure, transport and utilities. 

There are also awards for carbon reduction, community engagement, digital transformation, exporting expertise, health, safety and wellbeing, partnership initiative, productivity in construction, skills impact initiatives and temporary works initiative. 

NCE editor Mark Hansford said: ”Congratulations to all those shortlisted. 

”The British Construction Industry Awards are the most prestigious awards in the built environment sector, with winning projects and teams rightly recognised for their achievements within the industry and the public at large.

“Thank you to everyone who entered this year’s British Construction Industry Awards.”

The shortlisted initiatives can be viewed here and the project list is here.

The winners will be announced at an awards ceremony on 10 October at the Grosvenor House Hotel, London. To book a table at the event, contact Will Amison on 020 3953 2102 or

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