Construction Innovation Forum accepts NOVA Award nominations through March 31, 2013

The Construction Innovation Forum is now accepting nominations for the prestigious 2013 NOVA Awards, which recognize innovations in all areas of construction. The nomination deadline is March 31, 2013.

The Construction Innovation Forum is now accepting nominations for the prestigious NOVA Awards, which recognize innovations in construction. The nomination deadline is March 31, 2013.


In the last 25 years, CIF has presented NOVA Awards to more than 90 innovations from 15 countries. Winners represent all areas of construction – design, fabrication, building, detailing, rehabilitation, energy, contract administration, labor relations, management, training, procurement, maintenance, equipment, materials, concepts and methods.

Innovations must improve quality, safety, efficiency and cost-effectiveness. Winners are selected by a jury of independent experts. NOVA Awards are presented by the Construction Innovation Forum at the Construction Users Round Table (CURT) annual conference.

Innovations may be nominated online or by phone.
For more information or to nominate a project, call 419-725-3108.

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