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One month to go to enter the International Tunnelling and Underground Space Awards

There is now just one month left to enter the International Tunnelling and Underground Space Awards

Brought to you by New Civil Engineerand supported by the International Tunnelling & Underground Space Association and Ground Engineering, the awards recognise overall excellence in the delivery of international tunnelling and underground space projects.

Last year Italians stole the show with contractor Toto named tunnelling contractor of the year and also claiming the gong for tunnelling project of the year for projects worth up to $500M (£305M). Its client Autostrade per L’Italia also picked up the client of the year award.

Establish your company as an inspirational industry leader and tell our esteemed panel of international judges why you are the best at what you do.

Winning an International Tunnelling & Underground Space Award creates a wealth of PR and marketing opportunities to promote the success of your company on a global stage.  Receive the stamp of approval from NCE and the ITA-AITES as well as coverage in NCE and NCE International.

There is range of categories to suit the entire industry, from the biggest, multi-national contractor to the smallest specialist supplier, including three brand new categories for 2014.

Click here to enter online now.

Entries are FREE so make sure you enter any relevant categories to increase your chances of becoming a winner. Entry deadline 4 July 2014.

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