Deadline fast approaching for ACE Awards

Winners celebrating at the the Consultancy and Engineering Awards 2022

Have you entered the ACE Awards yet?

With the August 25 deadline fast approaching, time is running out to get your entries in – so don’t delay.

The Association for Consultancy and Engineering (ACE) is still receiving nominations, ahead of a glittering event that is set to take place in London in January 2024.

The Consultancy and Engineering Awards 2023 will celebrate the outstanding achievements of industry and reward excellence in people, projects and companies from the world of engineering, consultancy and the built environment.

Nominations for the 12 award categories are open until Friday, August 25 at 6pm - and the online process has been further simplified this year, making it even easier to enter.

ACE shone the spotlight on champions across industry at the 2022 awards, which were held in January this year after a two-year absence. 

More than 300 people attended the event to showcase all that is good about the built environment sector. 

The full list of 2023 categories include: Best UK Consultancy (micro)Best UK Consultancy (small), Best UK Consultancy (medium)Best UK Consultancy (large)Best Sustainability ProjectBest Innovation and Technology Project, Best Transport Project, Best Social Value Project, Emerging Professional of the YearApprentice of the YearInclusive Employer of the Year (including People First Charter) and Lifetime Achievement.

Winners of this year’s awards will be announced at an in-person evening event at Leonardo Royal London Tower Bridge on Thursday, January 18, 2024.

Early bird tickets are available to purchase online now until Friday, August 25 at 6pm. Prices are further discounted for those who work for ACE and EIC members, and for those who reserve a full table (10 seats).

Sponsorship opportunities will sell out fast, so please get in touch to register your interest in sponsoring a category. You may also download the sponsorship pack.

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