Why enter

Entries to the British Construction Industry Awards are vigorously judged by an independent panel of 100+ clients, government representatives and an esteemed number of industry peers including engineers, contractors and architects who select the shortlist for each category from the initial written submissions.

The event is a great opportunity to get in front of the industry’s leaders and highlight what impact you and your projects/ company initiatives have on delivering positive outcomes on society.

For 2024 we are looking to recognise excellence between July 2022 and July 2024.

You can find out more on how to enter and the categories for this year.

So, what are you waiting for?


Why enter in 2024?

  1. Gain industry wide recognition and reward for delivering projects and initiatives that have enhance people’s lives, increased the prospects of communities, used smart technologies, reduced carbon, increased safety, improved sustainability or developed project innovation
  2. Be aligned with the most prestigious construction industry awards supported by the National Infrastructure Commission, the Infrastructure and Projects Authority and the Cabinet Office
  3. Present your projects and initiatives direct to the esteemed judging panel to demonstrate your achievements, comprising clients, end users and the industry’s great and good, as part of our live face to face judging process
  4. Receive unprecedented exposure from New Civil Engineer online and in print, and our media partners
  5. Increase brand awareness and marketing potential with your key clients and become the partner of choice
  6. Improve employee morale and recognise and reward staff performance

Make sure you are part of the 2024 event by entering today, ensuring you have a chance of being a winner at this year’s British Construction Industry Awards.

Please note that live judging for the shortlist takes place between the 2 to 10 September 2024 at our central London offices:


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