CMYA 2021

For over 40 years, this annual celebration has showcased the very finest talent, recognising the achievements of individuals who have delivered some of the biggest, most innovative and complex projects in the UK.

Proudly sponsored by our Headline sponsor Elecosoft, this year’s ceremony will be taking place on 29th September 2021 from 19:30 (GMT) and hosted by renowned Architect and TV presenter George Clarke FCIOB. We are looking forward to hosting a fabulous event and will be following the government advice to make this a memorable evening for all.

Make sure you register to be part of the only national awards recognising the outstanding achievements of Construction excellence and professionalism in the industry.

Wednesday, 29 September

JW Marriott Grosvenor House Hotel

The best in construction

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About the Event

The CIOB has been celebrating excellence in construction for over 40 years with the prestigious Construction Manager of the Year Awards. The awards evening is held in the Great Room at the exquisite JW Marriott Grosvenor House Hotel in Central London. In this glamorous venue, construction industry professionals gather to recognise the achievements of construction managers over the past year.

About CMYA

Since 1978 CMYA has been showcasing excellence, professionalism and the greatest achievements in construction in the UK. Join us in celebrating the very finest talent in the industry.

Book Tickets Now

Follow the link below for more details about your booking options. If the in-person event has to be cancelled due to Covid restrictions, all bookings will be offered a full refund on the price paid.

About the Venue

The Construction Manager of the Year Awards take place in exquisite 5-star JW Marriott Grosvenor House Hotel, situated in the heart of London and overlooking Hyde Park. 



George Clarke is a renowned architect, TV presenter and campaigner for charities and housing organisations.

During his extensive career he has become a household name and a familiar face on our TV screens. Thanks to programmes like Build a New Life, The Home Show, The Restoration Man and Amazing Spaces, George has become the ‘face of architecture’.

He is a keen lecturer and is passionate about the way architecture can transform our everyday lives, with his main aim being that it becomes accessible and popular with everyone.

George works tirelessly with charities, being an ambassador for Shelter, Maggie’s Centres and The Prince’s Foundation for Building Community. He is a trustee for the Foundation of Light and patron for the Civic Trust Awards and Knights Youth Centre. He is also the founder of the groundbreaking educational charity MOBIE (Ministry of Building Innovation + Education).