Industry awards for local construction sector

The Construction Employers Federation has revealed that a record number of 21 companies have been shortlisted for the finals of this year's Construction Excellence Awards, due to be held on 24 October at the Ramada Hotel, Belfast.

Now in its third year, the competition promotes excellence, and rewards organisations that have achieved the highest possible standards within the construction industry in categories comprising residential housing, large construction, small construction, civil engineering, health and safety, and training.

Speaking at the press launch, Tony Doran, MD of the Construction Employers Federation, commented: "We are delighted to see so many companies have taken the opportunity to demonstrate the quality of their work in this excellent showcase for the Northern Ireland construction sector."


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