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CN up for eight national journalism awards

Construction News has been shortlisted eight times at the International Building Press national journalism awards.

CN is in the running for Best Magazine and Digital Service in the awards, which recognise outstanding work among industry publications.

Head of content Zak Garner-Purkis is shortlisted for Scoop of the Year and News Reporter of the Year, while finance and public sector editor David Price will compete for the New Journalist of the Year prize.

CN’s features team is up for three awards: Lucy Alderson and Binyamin Ali are both shortlisted for Construction/infrastructure Writer of the Year, while Lucy is also shortlisted as Feature Writer of the Year.

Earlier this week Tom Fitzpatrick was shortlisted for Trade / Professional Editor of the Year at the British Society of Magazine Editors annual awards.

CN’s work in the last year has included campaigns on mental health and gender equality, as well as unrivalled coverage of the Carillion collapse and investigative work on schemes including HS2, Crossrail, Grenfell and the new Spurs stadium.

Visits to CN’s website have increased by more than 50 per cent in 2018, compared with last year, while CN has also held events outside London for the first time in a decade, with many more to come in 2019.

Our next Inspire Me event takes place next Thursday 18 October at the Hotel Indigo in Birmingham, while CN’s two-day Summit in November has the best programme of any construction conference.

The IBP Awards take place on 29 November.

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