CW Awards 2017 to take place in front of sell-out crowd

CW Awards 2017 to take place in front of sell-out crowd
The 13th edition of the Construction Week Awards 2017 will take place in front of a sell-out crowd.
Published: 5 December 2017 - 1:43 a.m.
By: James Morgan

All spaces at the Construction Week Awards 2017 have been sold.

The 13thedition of the awards will see more than 400 of the industry’s biggest players gather in Dubai to celebrate the latest achievements of the Middle East’s construction community.

The Construction Week Awards 2017 will feature 14 judges’ award categories, which have been designed to recognise and reward corporate prowess, project success, individual excellence, and the sector’s most forward-thinking initiatives.

The evening will conclude with the presentation of an Editorial Choice Award for Lifetime Achievement.

Construction Week’s independent panel of eight industry judges has now pored over the 97-strong shortlist and ranked nominees in order of preference.

This year’s winning nominees and highly commended entries will be revealed during an awards ceremony and gala dinner, which will take place at Rixos Premium Dubai on Wednesday, 6 December, 2017.

The Construction Week Awards 2017 would not be possible without the support of the brand’s commercial partners. With this in mind, Construction Week would like to thank this year’s Gold Sponsors ALEC, HPBS, Union National Bank (UNB), HBF, National Engineering Bureau (NEB), and EB; Silver Sponsors WME Consultants and Future Metro; Category Sponsors Arabtec Holding, Depa, JLG, DeSimone Consulting Engineers, Kone, Ramboll, Multiplex, and Construction Computer Software (CCS); Social Media Partner WSP; and Post-Event Celebration Sponsor BAM International.

All seats have now been sold so, to find out which companies, projects, individuals, and initiatives have impressed the judges this year, check out ConstructionWeekOnline on Thursday, 7 December, 2017.

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