Grosvenor House Hotel
11 July 2019


About the Construction News Awards

2018 Winners revealed

The winners of the 2018 Construction News Awards have been crowned at a glamorous awards ceremony in London's Mayfair attended by 1,200 leading lights from across the industry.

The Construction News Awards celebrated truly inspiring projects and initiatives and saw the best of the best walking away with a trophy, including Amey, Lendlease and Skanska. Mace took home two trophies, including The Sir Michael Latham Award for the Rising Factory project.


Construction News Editor Tom Fitzpatrick commented:
The CN Award winners should be proud that they are raising the bar for this industry. From more than 400 entrants, our deserving winners and shortlisted companies collectively showed the leadership, ingenuity and passion to make this sector world class.

“I was particularly proud to recognise Sir Michael Latham’s legacy with an award in his name. In the wake of Carillion’s collapse, this industry needs to collaborate and innovate more than ever and tonight’s winners have done just that.”

The awards were a great evening of celebration with live music throughout the ceremony and the fantastic Greg Davies hosting.  The fun didn’t stop there: for the after party we had a live band, arcade games and a photo booth.

Congratulations once again to all the winners and finalists and a huge thank you to our judges, sponsors, supporters and partners.

Entries will open for next year's awards in October this year. Register your interest to be notified when entries are open.

The Construction News Awards could not be the industry’s leading awards for 22 years, without the people involved. This includes everyone that enters our 20 categories, the 60+ hand-picked judges, award-worthy finalists, committed sponsors, supporters and partners, every one of the 1,200+ attendees, our charity partner and of course the inspirational winners.
With 20 categories, there are many ways our entrants can showcase the pride they take in their work. With categories ranging from diversity and training initiatives to projects and sustainability, every year entrants continue to demonstrate the great work they’re doing and show you just how much what they do means to their business.
The Construction News Awards are not only about one night of celebration, but a year-round mission to highlight the best of the industry and demonstrate the passion those in the sector have for what they do. The Construction News Awards shares this passion with those that enter, and highlights this at every stage of the awards process.


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