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The Celebrating Construction Awards Celebrating the Best in the Midlands Region

The 2016 Celebrating Construction Awards will recognise the best construction projects, products and innovators across the East and West Midlands. These prestigious Awards provide a highly effective platform for promoting the regional construction sector while presenting the ideal opportunity for leading brands to maximise their industry exposure and penetrate this economically important market.

The Awards are organised by the Built Environment Hub – in association with the Chartered Institute of Building (CIOB) West Midlands Branch, Acivico Building Consultancy, Scape Group and Salus Approved Inspectors. Winners of the regional Awards categories are automatically entered into the National Constructing Excellence Awards.

More than 350 construction professionals will gather at the Nottingham Belfry in 03 June for the East Midlands Celebrating Construction Awards, while the West Midlands Celebrating Construction Awards will see over 750 leaders and innovators from across the construction sector gather at the ICC, Birmingham, on 13 May. These prestigious annual award ceremonies recognise the Midlands’ most inspiring construction projects, products and people across 13 categories.

Head of the East Midlands Judging Panel, Alan Coole of Scape Group said: “The inaugural 2015 East Midlands Celebrating Construction Awards were hailed as a great success by both entrants and judges, generating widespread interest from the sector with an impressive number of entries. There are many pockets of excellence in the East Midlands and we are proud to have showcased the skilled people who work here to the Region and subsequently at a National Level.”

The inaugural 2015 East Midlands Awards were hailed as a great success by both entrants and judges, generating widespread interest from the sector with an impressive number of entries.

Matt Humphrey, Project Manager, Anglian Water – winner of the 2015 Integration and Collaborative Working East Midlands Award: “The awards ceremony was a great night out for the team and provided a real focal point to celebrate the success of the project team. Having the award to go back to the office with was a boost for the team and the wider organisation.”

The 2015 West Midlands Celebrating Construction Awards also received a great response. Head of West Midlands judging panel, Mark Wakeford, Managing Director of Stepnell and Chairman of the Built Environment Hub, said: “The standard of entries were outstanding and it was a hard task deciding the winners. The depth of expertise and talent across all sectors was impressive, and the exceptional number of entries clearly demonstrates the upturn in the industry – placing the Celebrating Construction Awards as a high point in the construction calendar.”

There has already been a large amount of attention focused on the 2016 Celebrating Construction Awards with the entry deadline of 18 March 2016 fast approaching. For more information on attending the Awards or the sponsorship opportunities available, visit: www.celebratingconstructionawards.org or contact the organising team on 01743 290001.