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Brick Awards Website Goes Live
Corporate Events will be back working with The Brick Development Association with awards show production after a great event last year.
After a very successful 2011, Corporate Events were selected to work with The Brick Development Association again in 2012, to design and deliver an even more impressive event at the prestigious Marriott Grosvenor Square in central London.
The Brick Awards is set to be the biggest yet and the Brick development Association is proud to have some great sponsors already on board.
The Awards recognises excellence in design and construction using brick. This year over 300 entries have been submitted and 15 prestigious trophies issued to the successful projects. The architect/designer, brick manufacturer and specialist brickwork contractor are all acknowledged on each project.
Anyone can enter the awards - architects/designers, owners, developers, house-builders, specialist brickwork contractors and brick manufacturers. The Awards are made in a number of categories covering different aspects of design and construction.
All projects featuring clay bricks and clay pavers manufactured by BDA member companies are eligible, with the exception of the Worldwide Brick Award.
Corporate Events Account Manager Julie Brogan comments: “We are thrilled to be back working with The Brick Development Association after a great event last year. This year will see some interesting developments and enhancements from 2011.”
Creative Director Tim Christian adds: “This year has seen an interesting change for our engagement with a number of our clients, in that we are getting involved with delivering lots more event registration web sites and other comms materials around the events we are producing, thus reducing the number of suppliers our clients have to manage which in turn make their lives easier.”
Julie Brogan concludes: “As we develop and grow with our clients, we understand their branding and how to ensure a cohesive look and feel throughout the pre-event comms and how to carry that message through into the event space. It makes our proposition so much stronger.”
For more information about Corporate Events awards show production and award ceremonies, visit the Corporate Events website http://www.corporate-