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CW Awards 2017: Shortlisted companies revealed

Find out which entries have been shortlisted in the Contractor, Consultant, Sub-Contractor, and Project Management Company of the Year categories at the Construction Week Awards 2017

The shortlist for the Construction Week Awards 2017 has been compiled.

During the past week, ConstructionWeekOnline has revealed details of the nominations that will be competing at the grand finale, which will take place at Rixos Premium Dubai on Wednesday, 6 December, 2017.

More than 20 nominations have been shortlisted for the event’s four project categories: Contractor of the Year, Consultant of the Year, Sub-Contractor of the Year, and Project Management Company of the Year.

The following lists contain details of the regional developments that will be competing for the respective trophies in December.

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Contractor of the Year

  • ALEC
  • Al Futtaim Carillion
  • Al Naboodah Construction Group
  • ASGC
  • BAM International
  • China State Construction Engineering Corporation Middle East (CSCEC ME)
  • Multiplex
  • S&T Interiors and Contracting

Consultant of the Year

  • Arcadis
  • Atkins
  • Aurecon
  • Parsons
  • Pascall+Watson
  • Ramboll
  • WME Engineering Consultants
  • WSP

Sub-Contractor of the Year

  • ALEC Fitout
  • Future Metro
  • HPBS
  • Voltas

Project Management Company of the Year

  • Compass Project Management
  • Faithful+Gould
  • Projacs

The full shortlist for the CW Awards 2017 will be published online tomorrow, and printed in issue 677 of Construction Week.

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