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News: SECBE Launches 2017 London and South East Awards

12 December 2016

Created to “Recognise the best and Inspire the rest”; the awards set the standards for excellence across the region.

Constructing Excellence engages with issues that have a major impact on the performance of the industry, and that is what makes our awards so different.

With 14 categories ranging from “Client of the Year” award to “Apprenticeship Initiative”, these awards are pan-industry and recognise more than the great projects delivered; they focus on people, their behaviour and the approaches taken to achieve best 'all-round value'.  

Totally inclusive, our awards are open to the whole sector from buildings to infrastructure, all parts of the demand and supply chain, all disciplines, professions and trades.

Entries for all categories are now open and will close on 6th March 2017

14 categories of strategic importance

  • Apprenticeship Initiative*
  • Client of the Year
  • Collaborative Working
  • Customer Satisfaction
  • Digital Construction
  • Health & Safety & Wellbeing
  • Innovation
  • People Development
  • Preservation & Rejuvenation
  • Project of the Year
  • SME of the Year
  • Sustainability
  • Value
  • Young Achiever of the Year

View category descriptions

Register and download entry forms

 View 2016 Winners

 Find out how to enter

Submissions should relate to work primarily carried out during 2016, or for an example of organisational change where the majority of effort/impact took place in the calendar year 2016.

Submissions must relate to activities in the London and South East; Greater London, Buckinghamshire, Berkshire, Hampshire, IOW, Kent, Oxfordshire, Surrey, Sussex.

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