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Entries for CN Specialists Awards close in one week

Entries for the 2017 Construction News Specialists Awards close in one week on 7 October.

This is the final extended entry deadline, so don’t miss out on your chance to be part of the only national awards for specialist contractors.

This year’s awards will be judged more representatives from main contractors than ever before, with a range of other high-profile industry figures also making up the judging panel.

On the judging panel this year are representatives from major clients such as Derwent London and Battersea Power Station Development Company.

Other judges include Mace deputy COO Mark Castle, Morgan Sindall supply chain director Mark Ramessa and Willmott Dixon Construction managing director Chris Tredget, as well as consultants including WSP Parsons Brinckerhoff and Aecom.

The Specialists Awards will also be relocating to the Grosvenor House Hotel in London, having outgrown the Hilton Park Lane.

There are 18 categories to enter this year, including the brand new award for Technology Supplier of the Year, which aims to highlight commitment to innovation in efficiency, sustainability and business excellence.

Other categories include Apprentice of the Year, BIM Excellence, a number of Project of the Year categories and awards for each of the major specialist disciplines.

Entries for the awards close on 7 October and remain free to enter – once you’ve registered online you can process your submission at your own pace, saving and amending as you go.

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