• Construction Awards

    The MBA Excellence in Construction Awards are the commercial building industry’s most prestigious awards, attracting entries from the state’s largest commercial, industrial and civil contractors in a range of categories and price divisions. 

    These Awards also incorporate the Apprenticeship Awards. With each project entered judged by a panel of esteemed industry experts, these Excellence in Construction Awards are highly contested by the major contractors operating in New South Wales. 

    Gala Dinner Presentation Evening 

    The gala award black tie evening typically attracts over 900 industry participants, not only recognising the very best in commercial construction but also allows the opportunity for informal networking with industry colleagues including sub-contractors, material suppliers and consultants. Categories, divided by price divisions, cover the entire commercial contracting spectrum, ranging from restoration of historic buildings to commercial, industrial, educational, retail, sporting facilities as well as interior and shop fitouts.

    The Excellence in Construction Awards are featured prominently in high quality publications following the award evening, with The Sydney Morning Herald publishing a special feature on the awards and the Master Builder magazine dedicating an issue to the award winners. Winners of the Excellence in Construction Awards may be submitted for consideration in the MBA National Awards Competition.

    2019 Construction Awards competition - Entries open end of March

    Dinner invitation to follow

    Gala Dinner Presentation Evening

    Date: Saturday 9 November 2019 
    Time: 6:30pm pre-dinner drinks - 7pm Start 
    Venue: The Star, Event Centre, Pyrmont 

    Please call Susan Manning on (02) 8586 3506 if you require any assistance in relation to the Awards.   
    Email:    smanning@mbansw.asn.au 

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