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CSIC CSattAR and UtterBerry technologies shortlisted for Construction News Specialist Awards 2015

CSattAR and UtterBerry - two technologies that have been developed at CSIC - have been shortlisted in the Company Innovation section of the renowned Construction News Specialist Awards 2015.


The Construction News Specialist Awards celebrate the very best in the UK construction Industry. 

CSIC CSattAR Photogrammetric Monitoring - a new digital image correlation (DIC) technology - has been nominated in the Business Innovation of the Year Award section of the Company Innovation category.

UtterBerry - an intelligent wireless sensor system using the world's smallest sensors - has been nominated in the Business Innovation of the Year Award and in the Equipment Supplier of the Year Award sections.

Now in their eleventh year, the Awards are the only national awards that celebrate the full bandwidth of industrial specialisms across 18 categories. Denise Chevin, Consultant Editor of Construction news said: "The quality of submitted work being produced by UK specialist contractors was not only outstanding, but demonstrates that truly inspirational work is being carried out across the whole industry."

"CSIC is delighted to be nominated once again for our innovative work in infrastructure and construction" said Jennifer Schooling, Director of CSIC. "This provides us with a fantastic opportunity to spread the word to a wider industry audience."

The awards will be held on the 18th March at the London Hilton, Park Lane. 

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