Still time to enter the Constructing Excellence Awards for the East and West Midlands

Still time to enter the Constructing Excellence Awards for the East and West Midlands

Integration and collaborative working, net zero, and equality, diversity and inclusion are just a selection of the awards up for grabs at the 2022 Constructing Excellence Awards for the East Midlands and West Midlands.

Award submissions are now open to all organisations involved in delivering building and civil engineering projects in the twin regions.

The awards are recognised across the built environment industry as the biggest celebration of best practice in the Midlands. Entries are welcomed from across project delivery teams — including developers, clients, contractors, engineers, designers and consultants.

Andrew Carpenter (pictured right), Chief Executive of Constructing Excellence Midlands, said: “The CE Midlands Awards are a fantastic occasion to recognise contributions and best practice to the built environment across the Midlands, and we are delighted to open entries for what will be our 15th year of celebrations.

“At its core, the construction industry in the Midlands continues to be incredibly strong and progressive, as we strive to deliver buildings, housing, facilities and infrastructure with an increasingly collaborative and sustainable approach. Cross-industry collaboration will be even more essential to tackle the key issues facing the construction sector in 2022 — notably ensuring building safety and achieving net zero targets.

“We want to showcase excellence in projects, schemes, processes and philosophies that have made a pivotal contribution to the Midlands built environment while paving the way for future successes that will widely benefit the region’s construction industry.

“Being recognised by your peers at the Construction Excellence Midlands Awards has consistently shown to attract new partnerships and enhance existing relationships with both clients and employees — which is vital to establishing a collaborative focussed-approach from outset on new projects.”

Closing dates for the entries are 11th February for the West Midlands awards, which are scheduled to take place on 12th May at Edgbaston Cricket Ground, and an 11th March deadline for the East Midlands ceremony, scheduled for 9th June at Athena Leicester.

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