Last chance to vote for the best in construction

Grant Prior 6 years ago
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There are less than 48 hours to vote for your favourites in the Construction Enquirer Awards.

More than 10,000 votes have already been cast establishing the Enquirer awards as the industry’s true test of excellence.

The list of Top Ten winning contractors, clients and suppliers will be published this week after voting closes at midnight on August 31.

Companies are mobilising their staff and supply chains to vote in the only awards where winners are chosen by thousands of your peers.

Wholesale voting makes a Top Ten place a real badge of honour awarded to construction companies by construction people.

One contracting director said: “These awards are totally unique because you have to win the backing of the industry.

“We are encouraging our staff and suppliers to support us but at the end of the day it is up to them to show they think we are a good firm by taking the trouble to vote.”

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

You can vote for your own company if you think they are a great employer.

And you can vote for main contractors and clients who do business in the right way by looking after their supply chain.

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.

The flood of votes has highlighted the benefits of backing the awards as a sponsor as the buzz around the event continues to grow.

Construction giants McNicholas and Kier are inaugural sponsors of the event.sponsors

Further sponsorship opportunities are available to associate your brand with awards which are engaging the whole of construction.

The whole supply chain including clients, contractors, specialists and suppliers will be at the awards evening on October 18 held alongside UK Construction Week in Birmingham.

It will be the perfect chance to reward your staff and suppliers for all their hard work.

One contractor said: “We’ve booked a couple of tables and can’t wait.

“It’s a perfect chance to say thank you to everyone and have a great night out.”

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

Other sponsorship packages are available from £2,000 – 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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