CSA Awards 2024 now open for entries

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Building on the success of the 2023 event, which saw the awards ceremony move to the Leonardo Royal Hotel London City, this year’s CSA Awards Dinner will be returning to this centrally located venue on the evening of Thursday 10th October.

For anyone involved in commissioning, this awards programme provides the perfect platform to get business and professional achievements noticed. Focusing on best practice in the key areas of innovation and achievement, environmental consideration, sales growth, customer care, service provision, skills development and equality, nominations are sought for the following eight award categories:

  • Project of the Year <£20M & >£20M

Sponsored by BSRIA

  • Environmental Contribution of the Year

Sponsored by Media Control

  • Commissioning Engineer of the Year

Sponsored by Ashford Environmental Services

  • Commissioning Manager of the Year

Sponsored by Banyards

  • Commissioning Provider of the Year

Sponsored by MBS

  • Investment in Training Award

Sponsored by Core Emirates

  • Student of the Year

Sponsored by RED Engineering

  • Diversity in Commissioning

Sponsored by HDR

Entry is straightforward and completely free of charge – visit www.csa-awards.co.uk to review the entry criteria and complete an online entry form. The nomination process is now underway with the entry deadline set for 5.00pm on Friday 26th July 2024.

Commenting on the awards, Neil Burdess, CSA Chairman, said: “The 2023 CSA Awards proved to be a huge success and once again provided an excellent forum through which to celebrate business and professional excellence. I very much look

forward to building on that success with the 2024 awards programme and would encourage all those operating in this wonderful sector of ours to put forward a nomination. As the saying goes, ‘you need to be in it to win it’, so please do review the categories and begin preparing your entries – just being selected as a finalist can offer superb brand exposure.”

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