British Construction Industry Awards 2023 | Entries are now open
The British Construction Industry Awards (BCIA) are back this year and will be taking place on Wednesday 11 October 2023 in the Great Room at the JW Marriott Grosvenor House Hotel, London.
Brought to you by the Institution of Civil Engineers (ICE) and New Civil Engineer, the BCIA are the most prestigious awards in the built environment sector that seek to recognise and reward excellence in project delivery and, crucially, delivering positive outcomes for society. These awards also celebrate the hard work and dedication of the whole project team – from clients, architects, designers and contractors.
There are 20 prestigious award categories for you to enter, all judged by our independent panel of 80+ expert judges, who ensure integrity and rigour in our awards process. Plus, new for 2023 we are delighted to announce the Place Making Initiative of the Year Award, designed to recognise initiatives that have improved the final outcome of a project to create quality public spaces that enhance infrastructure to the level where people not only want to use it, they enjoy using it too.
Considering the challenges faced by the industry, there is no better year to enter the BCIA to give your business a competitive edge. Make the most of this incredible opportunity and submit your entry for £399 by Friday 12 May 2023.
These awards are really important to the industry, not only because they highlight and showcase best practice, they really take their time, and they look, they interrogate so these awards really do mean something because they are credible
We need to showcase what we do… and what we do as an industry is excellent
The awards are really important for our industry, not just the projects and the clients of those projects and all of the supply chain that come together but for all of industry to come together to celebrate the best of what our industry can do
This is the one that people look at, this is the one that we focus on
We are really proud of the award and the project as well… It’s small town Wales at its very best
Its is the award to win in terms of the way the future of the construction industry is going