Our prestigious Best Practice Awards recognise the successes within the precast industry and celebrate the achievements of our members. Projects are submitted by members in the following categories: Health and Safety, Outstanding Contribution to Health and Safety, Sustainability, Innovation and Project.
For 2019, there are two brand new categories to add to this list:
Future Leader and Digital Transformation Award.
2019 ENTRIES ARE NOW CLOSED.
Find out more about each of the award categories by clicking on the links below. This year's winners will be announced at the 2019 Annual Dinner.
With thanks to our Annual Dinner sponsor:
The aim of this award scheme is to reward excellence within the British Precast membership and to showcase examples of inspirational projects utilising precast concrete.
The aim of this award scheme is to reward excellence within the British Precast membership and to publicise Innovation in the industry.
BRAND NEW AWARD CATEGORY FOR 2019.
The two Health and Safety Awards (one for companies with less than 250 employees and one for companies with 250 or more employees) give member companies the opportunity to celebrate achievements throughout their workforce and to share best practice throughout the industry.
This award is presented to individuals or teams and recognises leadership, special efforts or significant contributions to improvements in health and safety in the business or along the supply chain.
BRAND NEW AWARD CATEGORY FOR 2019
The aim of this award scheme is to reward excellence within the British Precast membership and to publicise the progress of the industry towards sustainability.
The British Precast Creativity in Concrete Award is given for outstanding originality in pushing the boundaries in the design and use of precast concrete and is presented annually at The Concrete Society Awards Dinner.
Long Service Awards and Certificates.
Our Annual Dinner and Awards Evening will be held at the Leicester Marriott Hotel, on the Thursday 27th June, commencing at 7pm and running until late.
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