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Venue chosen for Construction Week Oman Awards

Nominations open for prestigious awards ceremony

NEWS, Business, Awards, Construction Week Oman Awards, Grand Hyatt, Muscat, Oman

The Grand Hyatt, Muscat, has been chosen as the venue for this year's Construction Week Oman Awards.

The prestigious ceremony will be held at an exclusive gala dinner on Tuesday, March 18.

Nominations for the awards are open and will remain so until Wednesday, 12 February.

Comprising 15 different categories, the awards recognise the individuals and companies in the country’s construction industry which have excelled in the past year.

Winners will be chosen following a rigorous shortlisting and judging process by an assembled panel of industry experts.

All nominations must be done through our Construction Week website. This year we’ve made it easier so people just have to click on ‘Submit Nominations’, select a category and type their 500 word (maximum) entry, showing why their entry deserves to win over others. Entry submissions may be accompanied by supporting documentation, such as testimonials, references, project descriptions, photographs and published articles. These should be collated into a single PDF document. Please email these to cwawardsoman@itp.com.

A selection of the best entries from the Oman event will be put forward to the GCC round of the awards programme, which takes place in Dubai, at the end of the year. There they will compete against entries from tributary events in Qatar, Saudi Arabia and Kuwait, plus those from the UAE.

Big winners from last year’s awards included Carillion Alawi, Atkins and Hoehler + Partner, all of which took home multiple prizes, while Maqbool bin Hameed Al Saleh, chairman of Oman Holdings International, was presented with the Lifetime Achievement award.

Entries can be made online at www.constructionweekonline.com/cwawardsoman

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