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Natural Stone Awards 2020 – open for entries

28 January 2020

On 4 December at the Leonardo Royal Hotel London Bridge this year's winners of the Natural Stone Awards will be announced by a celebrity guest.

If you want to be among those receiving the coveted prizes you have until 5pm on 30 April to make your submission.

Entries should be made online by registering and filling in the form at bit.ly/AwardsEntry20.

The Awards are run every other year by Stone Federation Great Britain. They are open to any stone project in the British Isles and entries can come from any member of the team involved, including architects, stone suppliers, stone processors, main or specialist contractors, clients... or the whole team as a group.

The Natural Stone Awards are a celebration of how stone has been used in some of the greatest contemporary construction projects in the British Isles. 

They provide an opportunity like no other to get your work recognised as part of a showcase of the wide range of applications possible with natural stone.

The Awards highlight the superior qualities of natural stone for providing architects, designers and clients with a sustainable, durable and stunningly attractive scheme in new build and conservation, interiors and exteriors, and hard landscaping. The Awards also specifically recognise technological innovation as well as craftsmanship in celebration of the industry having encompassed computer-controlled design and manufacturing while still relying on the traditional skills of the stonemason.

There is no limit to the number of entries that can be made by each entrant nor the number of categories individual projects can be entered into, although there is a fee of £60 (+VAT) for each entry in each category. For five or more entries there is a multiple entry discount, so the price comes down to £50 for each entry.

The project must be within the British Isles and the construction work must have been completed within the three-year period ending 2 April 2020.

 

 

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