CN Awards 2022: winners revealed

Construction News CN Awards 2018 ballroom

The winners of the Construction News Awards 2022 have been revealed at a sparkling event in central London. Winners across 21 categories were recognised for their outstanding work on projects large and small, across the UK. More than 1,200 clients, contractors and suppliers attended Thursday’s event at the Grosvenor House Hotel…

Deadline for entries to Inspiring Women Awards extended

Women engineers

Women working in the construction and engineering industry have an extra 10 days to get their work recognised at the Inspiring Women in Construction and Engineering Awards. The deadline for the awards, which is jointly organised by Construction News and its sister title, New Civil Engineer, has been extended to…

Homeless and hospice charity Crash set to benefit at 2022 CN Awards


Crash, the charity that puts construction teams to work helping homeless people and hospices, will be the beneficiary of a new appeal at the upcoming 2022 Construction News Awards. Last year, attendees dug deep to give an amazing £21,337 to Crash on the night of the awards. Guests will be…

CN Awards shortlist revealed after record-breaking number of entries


The shortlist for this year’s coveted CN Awards has been revealed. Some 182 entries have been shortlisted across 21 categories, after a record-breaking 502 entries were submitted for consideration. That represents the largest number of entries ever submitted in the CN Awards’ 26-year history. A total of 116 unique organisations…

CN Awards 2022 – Entry deadline extended


The deadline to submit entries for the CN Awards 2022 has been extended to Friday 11 February. Prospective entrants have been given an extra two weeks to register, create and submit entries. Our rigorous face-to-face judging ensures that winning a CN Award is one of the best ways to let…

CN Awards 2022: entries now open


The Construction News Awards are back, celebrating 26 years of showcasing the very best in the industry. Our awards recognise amazing projects, technical innovations and forward-thinking companies including the biggest contractors and businesses in the sector, with all entries judged by our independent panel of 70+ major clients and industry…

Contractor of the Year (turnover over £500m): winner


Winner: Mace Mace said the trials of the pandemic over the past 18 months had seen it emerge as a more confident, resilient company, driven by purpose and with clear plans to shape its future. “Our response to a changing world has been to redefine ourselves, to reflect on the…

Construction News Awards 2021 – the full list of winners


Click on the front cover below to read the winners’ brochure for the Construction News Awards 2021 in full from your PC or mobile device now. Best viewed in Mozilla Firefox or Google Chrome

Contractor of the Year (turnover under £500m): winner


Winner: Tilbury Douglas Construction – Yorkshire and North East Tilbury Douglas, formerly Interserve Construction, reported annual revenue of £485m in 2020. This entry focused on the work of its Yorkshire and North East division. “Impressive net-promoter scores demonstrate the strength of client experiences and indicates the positive culture embedded in…