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British Construction Industry Awards judging started this week with teams of judges boarding trains, aeroplanes, cars and helicopters to visit projects all over the UK. Shortlisted projects visited so far include work to restore the Moy rail viaduct in Inverness (pictured above), the A1 Haddington to Dunbar expressway in East Lothian, the A650 Bingley relief road in Yorkshire and the massive new Airbus wing assembly centre in Chester (pictured right) - from which the latest pair of wings arrived this week in Toulouse for the second A380 superjumbo. Judges also visited projects in the south of England, travelling to see the Channel Tunnel Rail Link in Kent via the new Rolls Royce assembly plants in Goodwood and finishing with an inspection of a new public toilet in Brockenhurst.

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