Expected to attract over 350 leaders and professionals from the construction sector, the awards will comprise of 12 different categories, including:
Commercial/Retail Project of the Year
Each of the judges will assess three of the 12 categories on a strict confidential marking system.
The Awards are open to public and private organisations with projects located in the UK, with the business of project having a strong offsite construction theme.
There are many advertising and sponsorship packages available to support the Awards and raise profile, including headline sponsorship and individual category sponsorship, in addition to the opportunity to sponsor the souvenir brochure.
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