The nomination period for this year’s Guernsey Property and Construction Awards is now open, with invitations sought for individuals, teams and businesses that have excelled in their field of expertise.
The awards, in their fourth year, are comprised of eight categories covering multiple construction and property sectors with an overall winner selected in each island from the category finalists.
The categories are:
This year’s awards are organised again by Collaborate Communications with comedian Jake Lambert booked to entertain guests at the Awards evening, with compere duties falling to motor racing father and son duo, Andy and Seb Priaulx.
Julie Todd, Managing Director of Collaborate Communications said the 2018 event will follow a successful awards ceremony in 2017.
“Last year proved to be an outstanding success with a great night enjoyed by all that attended," she said. "This was testimony to a combination of a lot of hard work by our organising team, the valued input of our independent judging panel and of course the high quality entries, showcasing the skills and qualities of our Guernsey property and construction industry."
While there are continued concerns over the construction industry, Ms Todd said there is much to celebrate.
“The last twelve months have seen a small rise in activity in the industry, with a wide variety of quality projects completed and we are very keen that as many entries are submitted as possible to ensure we showcase the industry in the best possible way.
“For 2018 we have kept the award categories the same, giving eight lucky recipients the opportunity of being publicly acknowledged and rewarded. We are thankful to our three sponsors, Ogier, BDO and G4S, who are fully supportive of all we are aiming to achieve."
The awards will be held on Thursday 8 November at Beau Sejour. Nominations must be made before 28 September.
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