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BSRIA supporting Offsite Construction AwardsApril 2017

BSRIA is delighted to be supporting the Offsite Construction Awards which celebrate the best in precision building design and delivery. The winners will be announced on Tuesday 13th June at Blackfriars in London. BSRIA is sponsoring the best use of MEP (mechanical electrical plumbing) prefabrication award.

The Offsite Construction Awards will reward outstanding examples of prefabrication and factory-based methods, products, systems and disciplines that increasingly strive to develop a sustainable, streamlined and cost-effective way to deliver a better built environment.

Offsite manufacture removes much of the construction process from the construction site, leading to far-reaching and vital benefits. Across key sectors of UK construction, the awards will showcase innovation, celebrate best practice and recognise overall expertise in offsite construction through landmark projects, influential people and material and manufacturing excellence in this dynamic arena.

Jo Harris, BSRIA’s Sustainable Construction Group Manager, said:

“These awards are a fantastic opportunity to recognise innovation – especially at a time when the construction industry is looking for different and fresh solutions to address house building moving forward.

BSRIA supports forward thinking and finding alternative ways to improve construction performance. The awards will provide an insight into what is possible.”

Categories include: housing project of the year; international offsite project of the year; best hybrid construction project; education project of the year; and product innovation award. This is a great opportunity where industry specialists get the chance to showcase their inspirational achievements first hand to a panel of leading industry figures.


Rhian Morris, Event Manager, Radar Communications, on 01743 290 045

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