Deadline for project category entries into this year’s British Construction Industry Awards (BCIA) extended until April 22nd
Practices have until the end of next week (22 April) to submit projects for the annual accolades which champion high-quality project delivery by British engineers, architects and contractors across 17 different categories.
Now in its 29th year, the prizes are given to schemes ranging from the best small building (with a value of up to £3 million) to the most successful project with a budget of more than £50 million. For the general (non project) categories of the awards, the final deadline is now Friday April 29.
There were also gongs for Grimshaw’s Fulton Centre in New York, which was named best international project of 2015, and John McAslan + Partners’ Lancaster University Engineering Building - the building project of the year with a value of less than £10million.
This year sees the introduction of new four new categories: Low Carbon Construction Award; Award for Natural and Cultural Heritage; Community Engagement Award; Best Practice in Procurement Award.
The judging panel for the 2016 awards includes the AJ’s managing editor Will Hurst.
The winners will be announced at a dinner on 12 October at The Grosvenor House Hotel, London.
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