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BCIA adds new award for projects over £50 million

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A new category - major projects - has been added to this year's British Construction Industry Awards, for any building or civil-engineering scheme worth more than £50 million.

Entries are invited for this award and the four existing categories: small projects (value less than £2 million); building; civil engineering and international (projects where the principal designer or the principal contractor is a UK-based British firm).

Entries are due by 29 May and this year the judging panel will be chaired by Sir Nigel Mobbs, the chairman of Slough Estates. Winners will be announced at a gala awards dinner on 21 October with trophies and certificates presented by the Secretary of State for Culture, Media and Sport.

For details of how to enter, see the advertisement on pages 44 and 45.

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