CIOB Awards 2022
The annual CIOB Awards celebrate the finest talent in construction at one of London’s top venues. Don’t miss the construction event of the year. Book your tickets now.
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The best talent in the construction industry
A Night to Remember
The CIOB Awards includes the prestigious Construction Manager of the Year Award, which has shone a spotlight on the most talented Construction Managers across the UK, and many of our previous winners have gone on to work on iconic landmarks like Canary Wharf and The Shard.
This year we are excited to announce two new awards: the Equality, Diversity & Inclusion Award and the Sustainability Award. Alongside our Client of the Year, Team of the Year and International Rising Star Awards, we’re set for a full evening of celebration!
The awards evening includes a stunning 3 course dinner, taking place at one of London’s top venues.
About the Venue
The Construction Manager of the Year Awards take place in the exquisite 5-star JW Marriott Grosvenor House Hotel, situated in the heart of London and overlooking Hyde Park.
If you are looking for accommodation, as a CMYA guest you can get the best available rate by booking through PRIORITY using the event passcode: CIOB002. Guests can also book by telephone on 0845 6123 611 or +44 1473 550 620 and quoting Event Code: CIOB002 22.
PRIORITY will always negotiate the best available rate at the time of booking and if there are better rates than those shown on the rate card we will inform the guests prior to booking, we can of course make bookings either side of the Wednesday night for those who require it.
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The best in construction
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An RTS Award winning broadcaster with a career spanning nearly 20 years, Anita Rani is a hugely popular presenter with TV audiences.
As one of the lead presenters on BBC One’s Countryfile, Anita has become a familiar face on British television whilst also presenting a range of shows including Secret Spenders and The Answer Trap for Channel 4, as well as a range of explorative documentaries for the BBC including Bollywood: The World’s Biggest Film Industry; My Family, Partition and Me: India 1947 and more recently War on Plastics with Hugh and Anita alongside Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall. She’s soon to be seen on the brand-new game show Fastest Finger First for ITV.
Growing up in Bradford, Anita had her own radio show on Sunrise Radio at the age of 14 and has continued to develop her relationship with radio ever since, joining the BBC’s Asian Network in 2005, covering numerous slots for BBC Radio 2 and as the host of BBC Radio 4’s Woman’s Hour alongside Emma Barnett.
Her debut book The Right Sort of Girl was released in 2021, documenting her upbringing and the lessons she’s learnt growing up navigating her Indian world at home and the British world outside. It became a Sunday Times bestseller and received rave reviews upon release.
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What People are Saying
This is a relatively small industry. Getting CMYA recognition definitely raises your profile. It’s great to have on your CV and is valued by employers.
If you make it to the awards ceremony, that alone is a great achievement and if you are fortunate enough to take home a medal, it really is life changing.
Matt Crookes, CMYA finalist