Shortlisted for the British Construction Industry Awards 2016
Invisible Connections are delighted to announce they have been selected as a finalist in the ‘Product Design Innovation Award’ category of the British Construction Industry Awards 2016.
To successfully complete the first stage of judging, Invisible Connections submitted a project innovation which described their ‘Telescopic connection system for achieving robustness in precast concrete stair-landing installations.’
Once shortlisted, all nominees will present their project/innovation to the judging panel and site visits take place. Finalists present face-to-face to the judging panel and the 33 strong jury made up of some of the most influential clients, contractors, architects and engineers in the UK.
- Rab Bennetts, founding director, Bennetts Associates
- Dana Skelley, director asset management, TfL
- Katrina Dowding, managing director, Skanska
- John Turzynski, director, Arup
Mark Hansford, editor at New Civil Engineer, commented:
‘This year’s contenders really demonstrate the depth and breadth of excellence in the British construction industry. The judges can’t wait to get out across the country and see the impact these projects are having on their communities and we really look forward to recognising our winners at the awards dinner in October.’
Derek Brown, Managing Director of Invisible Connections, said:
‘We are delighted to have been shortlisted within the Product Design Innovation Award category. Our project represents our innovative products and hard-working team, and we are looking forward to the next stage of judging. Best of luck to all the finalists.’
The winners will be announced on 12 October 2016 at a glamorous awards ceremony at the Grosvenor House Hotel, London. Over 1,300 of the industry’s elite are expected to attend a night of entertainment, celebration and networking.