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Dubai's JW Marriott Marquis Hotel to host CW Awards 2019

15th edition of the CW Awards will be held at the five-star Dubai hotel to recognise the Middle East's engineering achievements

The CW Awards 2019 will be held on 4 December.
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The CW Awards 2019 will be held on 4 December.

Dubai’s JW Marriott Marquis Hotel has been confirmed as the venue of the upcoming Construction Week Awards 2019, the gala event that will recognise and reward the Middle East’s top construction projects, companies, individuals, and initiatives on 4 December.

Now in its 15th year, the CW Awards show is the foremost event celebrating the achievements of the region’s construction contractors, consultants, and clients.

The awards seek to recognise and reward individual excellence, corporate prowess and project success.

Past winners at CW Awards include Depa Interiors for Sub-Contractor of the Year in 2018, and ALEC for Contractor of the Year at the same event.

The Construction Week Awards 2019 are supported by Platinum Sponsor, Tenderd; Gold Sponsors, ALEC, ASGC, Unec, Ramboll, Arabian Construction Co (ACC), and Tenable; Silver Sponsor Reed Smith; Category Sponsors, Cundall, Beaver Gulf Group, Construction Computer Software (CCS), and Acrow Formwork Technology; Sustainability Partner, Electrolux; and Training Partner, Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors.

To book your spot at the CW Awards 2019, please email Lacie Curtis at lacie.curtis@itp.com. Alternatively, if you would like to explore the branding opportunities associated with CW Awards and Construction Week, please email Riad Raad at riad.raad@itp.com.

Please visit CW Awards 2019’s dedicated website for additional information about the event.

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