CABE VP Jayne Hall Added to the Judging Panel for the Inspire Awards

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Chartered Association of Building Engineers (CABE) are supporting the annual Inspire Awards, which recognise the people and organisations who are reaching out to inspire a new generation - irrespective of gender, race, religion, sexual orientation, age, or disability - to embrace a career in the building industry. Furthermore, current CABE Vice-President Jayne Hall will be on the judging panel for the event.

The event, organised by UKBE Ltd, brings together the most inclusive companies and inspiring individuals working in construction, engineering and housing.

The awards will take place at the Hilton Manchester Deansgate on 5 June and the categories for 2019 are:

• Role model 

• Apprenticeship Programme 

• Rising Star 

• Building Project 

• Mentor 

• Contractor 

• Mental Well-being Initiative 

• Consultancy 

• Training programme 

• Housing Provider 

• Employment Initiative 

• Supplier 

• Community Project  

• Employer

• Awareness Campaign

• Diversity Champion 2019


Deadline for entries closed on 1st March 2019.

Joe Broun, managing director of UKBE Ltd, said: “With an ongoing skills crisis set to be further exacerbated by Brexit, it is vital that the UK construction sector diversifies its workforce, to truly reflect today’s society.

“The Inspire Awards aims to help the industry to break down barriers that are preventing people from joining or staying in the sector and to inspire the next generation.

“We wouldn’t be able to do that without the support of our supports and we are delighted to welcome CABE on board.”

For more information on the Inspire Awards visit - or contact the organisers at

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