Don’t miss out on this Year’s Structural Timber Awards


The Structural Timber Awards will be delving into the most pioneering timber projects from around the UK – showcasing innovative solutions and ground-breaking developments from across a wide range of sectors. The Awards will celebrate timber as a core structural system and demonstrate the full potential of this sustainable material. Presented at a high profile dinner, the Awards are taking place on Tuesday 06 October 2015 at the National Exhibition Centre (NEC), Birmingham. As the inaugural event, these major Awards are set to be one of the highlights in the timber events calendar. Attracting circa 500 national business leaders and high profile decision makers from the construction industry, the Awards will provide the most effective platform for targeting the timber sector, presenting the ideal opportunity for professionals to maximise exposure to penetrate this economically important market.

The Awards include finalists from both public and private organisations focusing on UK based projects using timer technology as the core structural component. Through categories such as the sought after Project of the Year and Product Innovation – the Structural Timber Awards will showcase some of the most cutting-edge projects and products created over the last few years. This is an event not to be missed!

The Bishop Centre, Taplow – B & K Structures
The Bishop Centre, Taplow – B & K Structures

Andrew Carpenter, Chair of the judging panel said:  “Interest has been phenomenal, with over 160 entrants boing whittled down to 58 shortlisted projects, clearing demonstrating the breadth of innovation in the timber sector. The timing could not be better – taking place during the first UK National Construction Week, when our industry pioneers will be congregating at the NEC.”

If you would like to book tickets to the Structural Timber Awards – please contact Amy Pryce on 01743 290001 or email

Industry & Media Partners include: CIAT, LABC, NHBC, FMB, ASBP, The Structural Engineer, Structural Timber Magazine, FC&A and PSBJ.


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