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Celebrating the best in construction in the Midlands

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With a joint attendance of 900 guests between the two ceremonies, this year's East and West Midlands Celebrating Construction awards were hailed as yet another year of great success. 2017 will see the return of the awards in an even bigger and better capacity.

Presented at a high-profile dinner, the West Midlands Celebrating Construction Awards will be presented on the 28 April at the ICC Birmingham. The East Midlands Awards will follow shortly after, taking place on the 19 May at the Nottingham Belfry.

Celebrating Construction is firmly established as a high point in the regional construction calendar in the Midlands, each year commanding the attention of industry professionals from across the Midlands and beyond. The prestigious awards provide one of the most effective platforms for targeting the construction industry, presenting the ideal opportunity for leading brands to maximise their industry exposure and penetrate this economically important market.

Following a full re-launch of the Constructing Excellence Awards, we are also delighted to announce that there are updated award categories and a brand new, and much simpler, entry form.

The closing date for submissions is 24 February 2017 and there are 12 different categories to enter, including - SME of the Year, People Development Award, Client of the Year, Health & Safety Award, Integration & Collaborative Working Award, Digital Construction Project/Initiative of the Year, Sustainability Award, Preservation & Rejuvenation Award, Innovation Award, Value Award, Project of the Year - Building and Project of the Year - Civil Engineering.

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