James Latham invite you to enter the 2017 Structural Timber Awards


The rise in the stature of the Structural Timber Awards reflects the impressive innovation and growth within the industry. These Awards have proven to be a rich vein of stunning architectural design and engineering excellence - with entries demonstrating the construction industry’s growing confidence in the use of engineered timber. 

Now is the time to ensure your outstanding projects, innovative products and dynamic people take centre stage at the 2017 Structural Timber Awards which will take place at the National Conference Centre, Birmingham on 10 October. Over 500 leaders and innovators from across the construction sector and the structural timber supply-chain will gather at the prestigious award ceremony to celebrate excellence across a variety of categories.

This year, James Latham are sponsoring the Best Healthcare Project – and therefore would like to invite you to enter!
Best Healthcare Project: The pressure on the healthcare sector is huge. This category will celebrate those projects that have used timber technology to create a new facility, upgrade or extension in a seamless way, on-time and on-budget working in a sensitive, inclusive and collaborative fashion. Patient, staff and visitor experience is at the heart of successful healthcare projects, and the winner must prove that it has met the healthcare provider and/or the NHS Trust’s expectations in providing a sustainable, energy efficient and cost-effective contemporary building.

The last Structural Timber Awards saw record entries and brought together the industry to celebrate the best use of structural timber in the UK. There were high quality submissions across all categories and competition was fierce.
If you have been involved in an outstanding project or innovative product that is worthy of an award, then this prestigious event provides one of the most effective platforms to maximise industry exposure and raise your business profile in this economically important market.

The submission deadline is 31 May 2017 – for more information visit: www.structuraltimberawards.co.uk