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CN Specialists Awards: Three weeks left to enter

There are just three weeks left to enter the 2018 Construction News Specialists Awards.

Now in their 14th year, the Specialists Awards are the only national construction awards that recognise specialist contractors and suppliers – and entry is free.

Enter now

Click here to start your entry.

There are 18 awards up for grabs, including new prizes for Digital Construction Excellence and MEP Specialist of the Year, as well as the revamped Health, Safety & Wellbeing Excellence category.

The deadline for entries is 22 September.

Entries will be whittled down by a panel of expert judges drawn from clients, contractors and consultants, who will then assess shortlisted finalists face to face over the judging week in January.

The winners will be announced at the Grosvenor House Hotel on London’s Park Lane on 8 March next year.

The 2017 awards were attended by 800 industry leaders and counted Cementation Skanska, M J Rooney and Metek UK among the big winners.

Entry is free and online via the Specialists Awards website, where entrants can work on their submissions at their convenience, saving and returning to them later as required.

The deadline for submitting entries is 22 September – go to https://specialistsawards.constructionnews.co.uk/enter for more information.

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