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Construction News Awards 2016 shortlisted companies announced

CN Awards 2016 logo with background

Construction News today reveals the finalists for the 2016 Construction News Awards, which this year celebrates its 20th anniversary.

Being shortlisted for the industry’s biggest awards is itself a fantastic achievement, with this year’s event set to be bigger and better than ever.

View the shortlist

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Tickets are selling fast so call George Thornton on 020 7391 4530 or email george.thornton@emap.com to secure your place.

Our judging panel of 61 industry experts were hugely impressed with the quality of entries, making their task of selecting the finalists extremely challenging. 

All of those on the shortlist will now face rigorous interviews with members of our prestigious panel, which contains senior figures from 32 major clients.

The winners will be announced on 14 July 2016 at the Grosvenor House Hotel on London’s Park Lane, where more than 1,300 of the industry’s elite will join together for a night of recognition, networking and celebration.

Tables are selling fast so book today to secure a premium package. To book call George Thornton on 020 7391 4530 or email george.thornton@emap.com.

Congratulate your colleagues and pat yourselves on the back for making the shortlist! View it in full here.

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