Construction Week India Awards 2012 return in Sept
Construction Week announces its dates for the much-awaited Construction Week India Awards 2012, which will be held on 7th September in Mumbai.
The nomination process has already started with enquiries from several prominent companies in this sector. The last date for sending your nomination is 17th Aug, 2012. The jury meet will happen on August 24 in Mumbai.
The Construction Week India Awards 2012 would recognize and honour people, projects and companies that have achieved heights of excellence in nation building.
Since its launch, Construction Week has been at the forefront in supporting the industry, and we took this partnership to a new level last year by celebrating excellence in nation-building through the Construction Week Awards 2011. After a successful launch, where the best construction companies and developers were honoured, this year’s edition will cover an even wider field and feature a host of new categories.
The overwhelmingly positive reaction to last year’s prize giving suggested that the industry had quickly embraced the Construction Week Awards for their transparency and integrity in the voting process. The eminent and respected jury members, who were hand-picked for their insight and knowledge across all aspects of the construction business, ensured that deliberations were conducted with absolute impartiality. As a result, we are confident that the winners and runners-up were absolutely the right figures and firms to do justice to their categories.
Some of the eminent persons from the industry including Ajay Kumar Dhir, executive director & CIO, Lanco Infratech; Anuj Puri, chairman & country Head, JLL; Sachin Sandhir, MD & country head, RICS India and Dr Mangesh G Korgaonker, director general, NICMAR have agreed to be part of the jury team.
Among the companies honoured last year were Punj Lloyd, HCC, Marg Group, Ramky Infrastructure, Tata Housing, Godrej Properties, Nitesh Estates and Sobha Developers. The winners were chosen from over 150 nominations across 14 different categories that spanned the whole range of construction segments.
The entire Construction Week team is extremely proud and happy to have created this respected awards platform — our way of commemorating the industry’s triumphs as well as the successful materialisation of its grand ideas. And this year we are looking forward to making it bigger and better than ever.