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National Building and Construction Awards
Apprentice of the Year

An apprentice is defined as a person who is learning a trade from a skilled employer, having agreed to work for a fixed period. The judges will be looking for apprentices how have gone above and beyond to make the most of their training and development opportunities. Please note that you can enter multiple apprentices…

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Architectural Practice of the Year

Tell us how your practice has developed over the last 12 months. Discuss what your most innovative and exciting projects have been, and how you’ve solved problems and developed solutions.

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Consultancy of the Year

Consultancies may enter who can demonstrate significant and sustained achievement over the last 12 months. Judges will be looking for consultancies who have shown development through the quality of their work and individual approach.

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Community Engagement

A company will need to demonstrate at least one of the following. Show a significant impact with a tangible benefit to the community. Promote the well-being, health and development of the community. Involve a community partnership. Focus on a specific community-identified need or opportunity

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Contractor of the Year (contract value up to £1m)

How has your firm developed in the last 12 months. The judges will be looking at your successes, areas of innovation and how you have overcome any obstacles.

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National Building and Construction Awards
Contractor of the Year (contract value £1m to £5m)

How has your firm developed in the last 12 months. The judges will be looking at your successes, areas of innovation and how you have overcome any obstacles.

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