Judges testimonials

Grosvenor House Hotel
11 July 2019

Judges testimonials

Carl Devlin, Construction director, Horizon Nuclear Power
The Construction News Awards is an excellent event that promotes the best of our industry. The awards promote innovation and collaboration. Being a judge is a privilege as it allows you to meet a variety of people across the industry and see the many different ways that companies and individuals contribute to changing the industry.
Julian Sutherland, Partner, Cundall
I have been a judge for 5 years now and it is a very rewarding experience. The judging day is a great opportunity to make contact with colleagues, clients and other industry experts.  I am always humbled by the passion, efforts and results of the nominees and the great projects being delivered across the UK.
Jonathan Goring, Partnership director, Morgan Sindall
My experience as a judge allows me to take stock of the best of the best, in an industry which is changing faster than at any time in the past 50 years. It is a privilege to judge the CN Awards and for many, it represents the pinnacle of their achievement - I fully anticipate the entries this year will be stronger than ever.
Helen Fisher, Director of regeneration, Haringey Council
Being a judge for the Construction News Awards has been a very rewarding experience.  Seeing the best practice that is out there in the construction industry is inspiring and the judging days themselves enjoyable. Can highly recommend it!
Mark Farmer, Founding director and CEO, Cast Real Estate & Construction Consultancy
Being a CN Awards judge is a great privilege. The judging process is always very insightful and provides a fantastic overview of some of the great things happening in our industry.
Sean Lockie, Urban transitions director, Climate-KIC
It is extremely rewarding seeing the efforts the applicants have gone to in their submissions and in their presentations. I also like to coach the applicants and give them feedback about where they could connect to others in the industry or where good practice exists.

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