Covid ‘Roadmap’ Pushes CSA Awards Ceremony to November

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Following the UK Government’s recently announced roadmap to the lifting of its COVID-19 restrictions, the CSA have once again been forced to postpone the 2020/21 CSA Awards Ceremony. 

Having already moved the event from its original date in June 2020, it is very much hoped that the proposed timeline mapped out by the Prime Minister, will indeed deliver the eagerly anticipated relaxation of the current rules.

However, with caution being the watchword over the coming months, whilst the vaccine roll-out continues apace and public confidence develops, the event has now been rescheduled to the evening of Thursday 11th November 2021. The Guoman Tower Hotel in London will be retained as the venue for this special evening of reward and celebration.

Commenting on the decision, Event Director, Andrew Castle said: “Whilst the health and safety of attendees continues to be our priority, the credibility and delivery of the overall awards presentation for all those involved remains a key consideration too.  We owe it to our Sponsors, Finalists, Winners, and of course the wider CSA membership, to stage the best event possible."

With the support of the venue, the gala awards dinner will be staged on the exact same basis, with all sponsorship, table bookings and overnight accommodation being honoured and carried forward to the new date, when the following awards will be presented:

  • Project of the Year

Sponsored by BSRIA Instrument Solutions

  • Product Innovation of the Year

Sponsored by Media Control Management

  • Commissioning Provider of the Year

Sponsored by Modern Building Services

  • Commissioning Management Award

Sponsored by Andrew Reid

  • Investment in Training Award

Sponsored by VEXO International

  • Student of the Year

Sponsored by RED Engineering

  • Engineer of the Year

Sponsored by Ashford Environmental Services

With the Gala Awards Ceremony now taking place in November, the opportunity to submit nominations has also been extended, with the entry deadline moving to Wednesday 15th September 2021.  

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