Celebrating the region’s property and construction industry, the prestigious East Midlands Bricks Awards will return on Thursday 30 September at Trent Bridge Cricket Ground.
Nominations are now open, and it is the perfect time to make your submissions for the highly anticipated event.
Steve Rayner, Partner at Rayner Davies Architects, winner of Excellence in Design in 2020, reflected on winning an award, encouraging others to get involved in the event.
He said: “We were delighted to have won the Excellence in Design Award at the East Midlands Bricks Awards 2020. All developments are a collaborative effort so getting recognition gives the whole team a morale boost.
“The Bricks Awards has become one of the high profile award nights so it certainly helped to raise our profile and make people aware of the work we are doing at Rayner Davies. I would certainly recommend that others get involved so we can champion the quality of the built environment work being undertaken in the East Midlands.”
Nominations forms can be found HERE.
Award categories include: most active estate agent, commercial development of the year, responsible business of the year, residential development of the year, developer of the year, deal of the year, architects of the year, excellence in design, sustainable development of the year, contractor of the year, and overall winner.
Winners will be revealed at a glittering awards and networking event on 30 September 2021, at the Trent Bridge Cricket Ground in the Derek Randall Suite from 4:30pm – 7:30pm.
After last year’s ceremony was moved online due to the Coronavirus pandemic, with restrictions easing, the 2021 celebration is to be held in person once again, providing an ideal opportunity to connect with property and construction professionals in a safe and secure environment.
The East Midlands Bricks Awards, organised by East Midlands Business Link Magazine, is an independent awards and publicity programme recognising development projects and people in commercial and public building across the region – from office, industrial and residential schemes, through to community projects such as leisure schemes and schools.
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