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Share your successes with us

Winning recognition for the great work you do feels fantastic, but winning even more work because you’ve won an award for all the great work you do is even better.

As the Construction News Specialists Awards 2013 opens for entries today, we have gone back and spoken to the winners of this year’s awards to find out how the benefits of winning the award went far beyond the celebrations on the night.

Winners tell us that having a trophy from the only national awards for specialist contractors in the cabinet helps them stand out nationally and even internationally.

They report that they’ve successfully used the award in presentations and PQQs to win work and highlighted the morale boost staff feel working for an award-winning company.

Companies of all sizes can enter and win at the CN Specialists Awards, but we know many of you are small and medium-sized companies doing fantastic work in your field, so we have compiled a special SME Spotlight where we have interviewed last year’s winners and spoken to the experts for top tips on how to compile a winning entry.   

Companies that make the shortlist will have the chance to highlight their best work to our judging panel of main contractors, clients and industry experts – giving you the opportunity to promote your business even in the awards’ early stages.

Full categories, criteria and further information to help you begin your online entry.

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