Voting starts for the best companies in construction

Grant Prior 2 years ago
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Voting is now open for the 2017 Construction Enquirer Awards.

The awards reward the best in the business and Top Ten winners in each category will be decided by an online vote.

More than 11,000 votes were cast in the inaugural awards last year.

And this year’s shortlists are stronger than ever as leading contractors,specialists,clients and suppliers look to make the Top Ten.

Simply click here to see all the nominees and back your favourites.

Companies are competing to be the best places to work and the best firms to work with.

This is your chance to vote for your own company if you think they are a great employer.

And you can vote for main contractors, specialists, clients and suppliers who are a pleasure to do business with.

Construction is full of great companies who deserve recognition so step forward and vote for your favourites today.

Voting is quick and easy – just tick the box of firms you enjoy working for or with.

Winners in each category will be decided by the number of votes in relation to the size of their workforce and turnover to make sure everyone has an equal chance.

Online voting on the awards website will be open until the end of July when Top Ten winners will be revealed.

Winners will be presented with their prizes at the awards evening on October 10 held alongside UK Construction Week in Birmingham.

Supreme winners in each category will also be revealed on the night which promises to be another great evening for the industry.

Sponsors are lining-up to have their names associated with construction’s newest and most innovative awards.

The current role of sponsors includes Cemex, Torsion Group, JLT, Hadley Group and Screwfix as a host of other firms look to join them.

Further sponsorship opportunities are available to associate your brand with the one of the most exciting new construction launches of recent times.

The whole supply chain including clients, contractors, specialists and suppliers will be in the room in October to celebrate the best the industry has to offer.

Award category sponsorship packages cost £7,500 including a table of ten on the night.

For more details please email Lucy Stott

Tickets for the awards night cost £250 or £2,500 for a table of ten.

To book your places please click here

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