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Offsite Construction Awards – an opportunity to significantly raise your business profile

  • 4 Apr 2017

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Due to the phenomenal levels of interest generated following the Offsite Awards showcase at Ecobuild, Explore Offsite has announced that the Offsite Construction Awards deadline for entries has been extended to the 13 April 2017.

Being shortlisted for an Offsite Construction Award, and ultimately winning an award, provides the chance for businesses to significantly enhance their profile and demonstrate a market-leading position.

Categories within the 2017 Offsite Construction Awards include: Best Use of Concrete, Best Use of Timber, Best Use of Steel, Best Hybrid Construction Project, Best Use of Volumetric Technology, Best Use of MEP Prefabrication, Housing Project of the Year, Commercial/ Retail Project of the Year, Infrastructure Project of the Year, Product Innovation Award, Offsite Professional of the Year.

There are four new categories for this year: Healthcare Project of the Year, Education Project of the Year, Project Manager of the Year and International Offsite Project of the Year.

Explore Offsite are now accepting entries for outstanding projects, innovative product applications and/or dynamic people promoting excellence in offsite construction across the UK (and now overseas. By winning an award, or being shortlisted, entrants will be able to highlight their success in embracing offsite technology to potential clients.  

All shortlisted projects, products and people will be profiled throughout 2017 via a comprehensive marketing campaign, which includes feature articles in Offsite Magazine, Explore Offsite speaker opportunities and profiling in the Project Gallery of the Offsite Hub. The Offsite Awards gallery will also be returning to Ecobuild in 2018.

The entry deadline is 13 April 2017. Entry in to the Offsite Construction Awards is FREE and can be done online by visiting the Offsite Construction Awards website – where a user account can be registered.

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