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Apply for the Conservation & Restoration Category in CMYA

A Restoration category has been introduced for the Construction Manager of the Year Awards

It’s not about the biggest, most dramatic or costly project.  It’s about how the individual led the team, inspired others, engaged stakeholders, showed initiative and overcame challenges. This could be you, whether you work for a contractor, consultancy or client.

Successful CMYA nominees are individuals who have shown an exceptional level of competence in managing a project.

2016 saw a number of winners recognised for their work on listed and historic buildings, including Vince Finnegan from Wates for his outstanding work on the Royal Chelsea Hospital to re-equip the 17th Century facilities for the Chelsea Pensioners.

The ceremony takes place on 27 September 2017
“I would strongly commend this competition as a fine way to achieve recognition for delivering conservation and restoration projects and for the winners this could be career changing”.  Professor John Edwards FCIOB, former CMYA Judge.

The deadline is 6th March. Find out more here.

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