Last chance for early bird bookings at the Digital Construction Awards

Photo of tables at the Digital Construction Awards 2023
Time is running out to book to attend the Digital Construction Awards 2024 at the early bird rate. Last year, nearly 450 people attended (Photo © 2023 – ASV Photography Ltd.

There’s less than a fortnight left to book your seats at the early bird rate for the Digital Construction Awards 2024.

The Awards take place at the Brewery in London on the evening of 2 July.

The early bird discount is available for those who book before 8 June. A table of 10 at the awards evening covers: a pre-event sparkling wine reception; three-course meal with coffee, petit fours and five bottles of house wine; after-dinner entertainment, and the awards ceremony. Eight premium tables are also available that, in addition to the standard table, include:

  • priority placement in proximity to the stage;
  • a bucket of 20 mixed beers; and
  • your company logo on the table.

Individual seats can also be purchased.

The Digital Construction Awards are organised by Digital Construction Week, BIMplusConstruction Management and the Chartered Institute of Building (CIOB). Sponsors announced so far include Bluebeam, Procore, Revizto and the CIOB.

The Awards attracted 165 entries this year, with 84 being shortlisted. AtkinsRéalis, Hinkley Point C, Sir Robert McAlpine and Laing O’Rourke are among those shortlisted.

But it’s not all about the established major names. The Digital Contractor of the Year category features the likes of McLaren, McLaughlin & Harvey and PCE competing against BAM UK & Ireland. The Best Use of Data on a Project sees construction technology start-up Disperse facing off against the likes of Skanska and AtkinsRéalis.

Another start-up, Lattice, is shortlisted for its part in the ULEZ expansion signage project (Digital Construction Project of the Year and Digital Innovation in Asset Management), and for Product Innovation of the Year.

To find out more about the Awards, visit

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