The judging panel for the Construction News Awards 2013 has been announced.
The rigorous judging process for the CN Awards is one of the elements that makes these awards the most valuable to be shortlisted for, and even more special to win. To make the shortlist, you will have impressed some of the most experienced figures in construction.
To win, you will have wowed them in a face-to-face presentation on the judging day.
For more details on each of the judges, please choose a group below:
And while everyone wants to win outright, numerous shortlistees have told us that the contacts they have made at the judging day have formed the start of beneficial new professional relationships.
This year, we have invited some of the biggest names in the industry to join our panel, meaning you get the chance to impress the biggest clients, the best contractors and a host of consultants, government officials and industry experts.
We have added three new categories: BIM Initiative of the Year, Supply Chain Excellence and the Digital Built Britain Award, which is back by the Cabinet Office and the Department for Business, Innovation and Skills.
These are added to 14 other categories, including Contractor of the Year, Employer of the Year, Sustainable Company of the Year, Specialist Contractor of the Year and three project categories.
Theres is also no entry fee, so whether large or small, the UK’s best companies will be celebrated on the pages of Construction News, on the web and at the London awards ceremony in July next year. Recognition of a job well done raises company morale and attracts much deserved external recognition.
This year’s CN Awards judges: