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Construction firms at the cutting-edge of innovation are improving everything from CO detection and cable-laying to work-at-height and rail stabilisation.
SME housebuilders are going toe-to-toe with some of the biggest names in the industry to be crowned 2018’s Best Residential Developer.
Ad-hoc offices, concrete sensors, innovation centres and customer portals are just some of the remarkable ways these finalists are exploiting technology.
The breadth of sectors and specialisms represented among these finalists proves the huge potential and application of building information modelling.
These eight finalists have gone to extraordinary lengths to engage with the communities they serve, raising the bar for the industry in the process.
Remarkable projects, sector leadership and brilliant collaboration are just some of the attributes across this year’s Construction Consultancy shortlist.
This shortlist showcases the seven main contractors that have set the standard for the rest of the industry to follow over the past 12 months.
A diverse workforce is a proven competitive advantage – and these are the construction companies that are leading their markets on inclusion.
Sustainability offers contractors an edge over their competitors and this six-strong shortlist boasts exceptional environmental credentials.
Occupational health, safety best practice and workforce wellbeing have never been so high on the agenda – and these finalists are leading the way.
These finalists have clocked up remarkable health, safety and wellbeing stats despite projects as challenging as sewage works, substations, motorways and tube lines.
Miami to Dubai, Sweden to Turkey and Ireland to the world’s most isolated island: this year’s are the most diverse International Project finalists yet.
A diverse collection of projects have made the £15m-£30m shortlist, including work on pathology labs, uni buildings and a 117-year-old theatre.
This award sees eight of the biggest, most high-profile schemes in the UK battle to be named the industry’s exemplar project of the past 12 months.
All nine of these outstanding schemes have demonstrated remarkable standards, innovation and quality – often in exceptionally difficult circumstances.
The biggest shortlist of this year’s Construction News Awards reflects the incredible achievements and attributes of these future industry leaders.
Groundworks, offsite, utilities, data centres: these eight outstanding specialists deliver work of the highest quality across a huge array of markets.
The collaboration on show among these finalists has saved millions of pounds, shaved months off programmes and raised the bar for best practice.
The seven projects showcased here prove that outstanding sustainability can be achieved on all types of work, from retail parks to railway stations.