Open for entries

GAGA Awards 2017

Galvanizers Association has been recognising the innovative use of galvanized steel by architects, engineers and constructors for over 20 years with its Galvanizing Awards competition.

In order to appreciate all aspects of galvanized steel, the awards will be presented in the following categories:

Why enter?

Win our unique hand dipped hot dip galvanized watering can. Entering is free, quick and easy. The competition gives you the opportunity to raise the profile of your project. Winners of the construction awards will be featured on our website and published in this magazine. You will also be included in all GAGA PR activity

Who can enter?

The Galvanizing Awards are open to:

  • Architects
  • Consulting Engineers
  • Constructors
  • Artists

What type of project is eligible?

All projects, large or small, new or refurbished, from across the UK and Ireland, completed after 1st January 2015 are eligible. The judging is based on merit and not the scale of the project. Submitted entries will be considered for the five categories listed.

How to enter?

Via the website, our online entry form  for the construction awards can be found here

Deadline for submissions: Friday 31st March 2017
The winners will be announced on Thursday 29th June 2017 in London at The Royal Aeronautical Society.

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Posted on September 27, 2017 by Galvanizers Association

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