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Join us to celebrate the best in the industry

Announcing the shortlist for the Construction News Awards is always an exciting time. Being able to highlight the best companies, projects and innovation in the industry is a pleasure; it’s so enjoyable to promote good news stories.

We’ve had a record number of entries for this year’s Construction News Awards, demonstrating just how important it is for the industry to shout loud about its achievements.

Our esteemed panel of 53 judges – including the country’s top clients, consultants and contractors – had a difficult time even narrowing down the entrants to draw up a shortlist.

My thanks go to all those who entered - in many cases it was a close call. The finalists will now be preparing their pitches for the face-to-face judging to choose the winners.

The awards night on 11 July will be abuzz with more than 1,000 of the most dynamic individuals in the industry, all gathered to demonstrate their role in building the future of construction.

But there’s no need to wait until July to celebrate the industry’s best – the whole CN team is eagerly anticipating the glittering Construction News Specialists Awards at the Hilton Park Lane next Tuesday: our chance to gather the best specialist contractors from across the country in one room and promote them for being the very best at what they do.

It’s not too late to attend the CN Specialists Awards and it’s a good idea to book early for the CN Awards to ensure you get the best seats in the house – email Shane Murphy at to discuss our special packages

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