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Video | Top five reasons to enter the British Construction Industry Awards

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New Civil Engineer editor Mark Hansford has given you five good reasons to enter the 2016 British Construction Industry Awards.

Entries are open now for the awards, which will be handed out in a glittering ceremony in October on London’s Park Lane.

Hansford has picked his top five reasons for entering the award.

Hansford said: “We need fundamental change in how we deliver our infrastructure projects, cutting delivery times, costs and carbon. Status quo is no longer an option.

“The British Construction Industry Awards are the only national awards in our sector where our judges visit every completed project.

“We look forward to seeing your entries.”

 Find out more about the awards and how to enter here.

 

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