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Entries for the British Construction Industry Awards 2000 are now being accepted.

Architects with building and civil engineering projects completed between 1 May 1999 and 31 May 2000 can enter. There are six categories: small projects up to £2 million, buildings up to £50 million, major projects up to £50 million, best practice and the international award. Judges include John McAslan of John McAslan & Partners, Michael Dickson, chairman of Buro Happold and the panel will be chaired by Sir Andrew Turnbull, permanent secretary, HM Treasury. The awards will be presented at a gala dinner in London on 18 October.

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