Construction Enquirer Awards 2017 now open for entries

Grant Prior 5 years ago
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This year’s Construction Enquirer Awards are now open to enter for main contractors, specialists, clients and suppliers.

Our awards night is all about having a top time and celebrating with your staff and suppliers
Our awards night is all about having a top time and celebrating with your staff and suppliers

The inaugural awards last year were a stunning success as the industry voted for its favourite firms.

The huge readership and reach of the Enquirer saw more than 11,000 votes cast during the awards process.

A “Top Ten” of winners in each category rewards those firms who have risen above their competitors.

One 2016 winner said: “These awards really mean something because they are voted for by your own staff and suppliers.”

Categories in this year’s awards will showcase the best firms to work for and the best companies to work with.

Main contractors, specialists, suppliers and clients can all win awards for being great firms to do business with as voted for by their supply chains.

Major contractors and specialists can also compete to be named best firms to work for as voted for by their staff.

Companies can nominate themselves or be put forward by employees or suppliers while the entry process is a simple written submission.

So if you love where you work, enjoy doing business with a main contractor or have seen a subcontractor, consultant or supplier go that extra mile we want to hear from you.

The entry closing date will be June 12 when the online voting starts and the industry will have its say on winners.

Our Top Ten winners will be announced in August with the awards evening to be held on October 10 where everyone will receive their prizes and the firm with the highest number of votes in each category will also be revealed.

The awards night will again be held alongside UK Construction Week in Birmingham at the Vox venue.

Enquirer editor Aaron Morby said: “Our first awards last year were a standout success as companies really bought into the idea of an industry vote.

“These really are the awards for the industry, voted for by the industry.

“It’s all topped off with a great construction night out in Birmingham which is all about celebrating success and enjoying yourself.”

For more details on how to enter the awards plus ticket details and sponsorship opportunities please click here

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