Nomination deadline extended for Consultancy and Engineering Awards

Nominations for prestigious awards in November now close on Friday 15 July.

The Association for Consultancy and Engineering (ACE) has extended the nomination deadline by a further ten days for entry to this year’s Consultancy and Engineering Awards.

Entry for the prestigious awards, which return this year as an in-person gala ceremony in London on Thursday 3 November, now close on Friday 15 July at 4.00pm.

Ian Parker, ACE’s director of commercial and membership, said: “Our thanks to everyone who has entered the awards to date. I know that a few companies have asked for more time. With this in mind, we are extending the deadline for a further ten days which means you have until Friday 15 July to enter.

“We’ve worked hard to create a simplified online entry process, with only three to four questions for each nomination, which will mean that anyone looking to enter the awards has more than enough time to do so.”

ACE has also shared new category sponsors with WSP supporting the Best Social Value Project award, Mott MacDonald sponsoring Emerging Professional of the Year, and Building Inclusivity, ACE and EIC’s new ED&I campaign, backing the Inclusive Employer of the Year category. 

As in previous years, Infrastructure Intelligence is media partner for the marquee industry event.

Ian Parker added: “Our thanks to the generous sponsors who have supported this year’s awards.”

Entries are now open in the categories below:

  • Best UK Consultancy (micro) 
  • Best UK Consultancy (small and medium) 
  • Best UK Consultancy (large)
  • Best Net Zero Project 
  • Best Digital Project 
  • Best Transport Project 
  • Best Social Value Project (sponsored by WSP) 
  • Best International Project 
  • Inclusive Employer of the Year (sponsored by Building Inclusivity)
  • Emerging Professional of the Year (sponsored by Mott MacDonald) 
  • Apprentice of the Year 

Click here to find out more and nominate your business, projects and people.

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