2018 Structural Timber Awards Finalists Announced!

3rd July, 2018

The Structural Timber Awards is a celebration of innovation, best practice and expertise in timber technology. Taking place on 10 October 2018 at the National Conference Centre, Birmingham, the Awards will showcase innovative solutions and ground-breaking developments from across the UK timber industry.

With over 200 exemplary entries packed full of outstanding, pioneering projects, products and people received, this year’s Structural Timber Award judges have had the tough job of shortlisting entries into each category. The judges have been overwhelmed with the high standard and variety within every category.

The finalists for this year’s Structural Timber Awards can be found online: http://www.structuraltimberawards.co.uk/2018-finalists/

The awards will be presented to the winners at a high profile dinner on the 10 October 2018 alongside Timber Expo and as a major event in the timber calendar, the event will attract over 500 national business leaders and high profile decision makers from the construction industry. With over half the tables already sold, your attendance is imperative in order to network with some of the industry’s most influential people.

This is an event not to be missed and promises to be an enjoyable evening of celebrations and a high-profile networking opportunity.

If you would like to book tickets to the Structural Timber Awards - please visit www.structuraltimberawards.co.uk or alternatively contact Amy Pryce via amy.pryce@structuraltimberawards.co.uk

Tables of 10 are available for just £1650 +VAT and the event presents a fantastic opportunity for you to host and entertain key clients.


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