The best construction firms to work for and do business with will be recognised at this year’s Construction Enquirer Awards, which will be held at UK Construction Week during a gala night at the Vox, NEC Birmingham on 18 October.
The Construction Enquirer Awards are open to contractors, clients and suppliers; with the winners decided by an industry vote. A Top Ten will be published for the twelve different categories, with the ultimate winners revealed on the night.
Entering the awards is quick, easy and free online; companies can nominate themselves for the employer awards, or for their favourite contractor or client to do business with in the supply chain categories. All that is required is a short description of why the chosen business deserves recognition. Large companies can submit multiple entries if they have separate operating divisions.
The deadline for entries is fast approaching and scheduled to close on June 30 Online voting will then start this summer before ’Top Ten’ lists are published in August.
The Construction Enquirer Awards bring a fresh approach to recognition in the construction sector. Online voting allows winners to rightly claim to be among the construction industry’s best companies. Winning will help attract talent and secure new business as firms can demonstrate they do business the right way.
Winners will take a certificate and branded materials home with them, which can be used across their marketing collateral – from site hoardings to advertising campaigns to promote their ‘Top Ten’ status.
Nathan Garnett, Group Events Director at Media 10, commented:
“These awards are truly unique within the industry and provide the most reliable insight into which firms are getting it right. A huge part of UK Construction Week’s appeal is it brings the biggest players, firms and companies within the construction industry to one venue. The Construction Enquirer Awards is in many ways an extension of this, it’s the only awards that gives those in the industry a chance to recognise who is providing a peerless service.”
Aaron Morby, Editor at Construction Enquirer commented:
“At Construction Enquirer we’re constantly looking to help improve the way the construction industry works. We’ve already achieved this within the construction media world and now it’s time for a fresh approach to construction awards. This new approach will give real people in the industry a say in recognising which companies are the best to work for and which firms are a pleasure to do business with. These awards are all about rewarding construction companies who go about their work in the right way.”
Details about tickets and table sales will be available closer to the time with places available for just £250pp.