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Can your project top last year's winners?


EVERY year the Construction News Quality In Const ruct ion Awards celebrate the best in British construction expertise in all sectors, here and around the world.

Projects ranging in value from less than £5 million to £500 million or more are considered by a panel of expert judges looking for the best all-round performance in terms of safety, productivity, technical excellence and business efficiency.

The QIC awards, now in their 10th year, represent the pinnacle of achievement in construction professionalism.

The winners of last year's project categories are described below and make impressive reading. But if you think you have a project that can compare with these superb achievements, we'd like to hear from you.

Its not only good projects judges are looking for. There are big awards for construction companies that have achieved excellence in training or safety. Those firms dedicated to improving their performance in the field of corporate social responsibility can also win a special award.

Are you or your company real innovators? If so, there are four awards to look at: products and materials; plant and equipment; innovat ion in management or the construction process; and innovative use of IT.

Earning an award gives you much more than just a great night out

Recognition for your achievements by the industry n A big morale boost for you and your team

Coverage in the Quality in Construction Awards supplement, distributed with Construction News n Use of the winners' logo on all of your marketing literature.