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Countdown for CW Awards has begun

The countdown to the Construction Week Awards has begun with all nominations currently being assessed by a panel of 15 judges.

The countdown to the Construction Week Awards has begun with all nominations currently being assessed by a panel of 15 judges.

The awards will be held on Wednesday, November 5, at the Westin Dubai and will be followed by a gala dinner that will also be held at the Westin.

Details and enquires about the awards can be found on www.itp.net/events/cwawards.

The awards ceremony will be preceded by the Construction Week Conference, which will be held on the same day at Mina Al Salam, Madinat Jumeirah, The Arabian Resort in Dubai.

With the current state of the global financial market, all eyes are on the region, taking note of the winning companies that manage to weather these tumultuous times.

Panel of judges for the CW Awards

1. Alex Zalami, advisor, UAE Ministry of Labour

2. Ali bin Towaih, chairman, Emirates Green Building Council

3. Antony Wood, executive director, Council for Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat

4. Bishoy Azmy, CEO, Al Shafar General Contracting Company

5. David Gottfried, founder, World Green Building Council

6. Emad Eldin Farouq, senior legal consultant, Dubai Land Department

7. Falah Al Ahbabi, general manager, Abu Dhabi Urban Planning Council

8. Frank Odzewalski, CEO, Hunnebeck Middle East

9. Haytham Al Tajir, chairman, Al Tajir Real Estate

10. Joe Tabet, associate director, Atkins

11. Mohammed Dulaimi, director of project management, British University in Dubai

12. Philippe Dessoy, general manager, Besix

13. Rashid Galadari, chairman, GIO

14. Richard Wagner, vice president, UAE Architectural Association

15. Rod Stewart, regional managing director, Hyder Consulting Middle East

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