South West Built Environment Awards

Shortlist announced for 2016 South West Built Environment Awards

  • 3 May 2016

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The shortlist for the 2016 South West Built Environment Awards has been announced, recognising groundbreaking projects, products and people within the construction industry. 

South West Construction SummitJudges assessed over 100 entries across 15 categories such as the Project of the Year and Innovation Award.

The awards will take place as part of the South West Construction Summit at the Bristol Marriott City Centre Hotel on Friday 20th May 2016. 

The event will bring together the regional South West construction industry and its supply chain to explore opportunities, major projects, client commitments and procurement best practice, including skills, image, BIM and offsite construction.

To book a place and view the full shortlist visit the South West Built Environment Awards website.

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