Are you among this year's winners?

AWARDS COUNTDOWN: three weeks to go…

Published:  18 August, 2011

UK: Are you a winner? Are you proud of your achievements? Don't hesitate! There's still time to send in your nominations for the 10th Builders' Merchants Awards for Excellence. 

If you are a builders', plumbers', timber, decorator, heating, general and other merchants, a merchant wholesaler or distributor, architectural ironmonger, manufacturer or supplier, there is a category for you to enter. 

Companies and individuals can be nominated for any number of awards categories.

Nominations can be submitted for any builders' merchant or their staff by third parties and builders' merchants are encouraged to send in nominations for themselves and their teams.

The closing date is Friday 2 September.

To nominate online, visit

The new, easy-to-use nomination forms have three steps to setting out your information.

Step one: describe in up to 100 words what the nominated company/person planned to achieve within the chosen category.

Step two: explain in up to 200 words how the nominated company/person went about providing a practical means to accomplishing its/their objectives.

Step three: conclude in up to 100 words how these plans achieved their aims. Give facts and figures, where applicable.

Any queries?

For any further enquiries relating to the Builders' Merchant Awards for Excellence, contact Polly Sabin, Events Manager, The Hemming Group, Hemming Group Events, 32 Vauxhall Bridge Road,  London SW1V 2SS.


Telephone: 0207 973 6689.

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