This year the Awards, due to take place at the Hilton London Bankside on September 25, will once again feature a number of judged categories spanning subjects including Environmental Achievement, Marketing, Smart Manufacturing, Career Development and Innovation.

Three architectural categories, launched last year, will recognise achievement in timber design and construction.

“At the moment the coronavirus situation is obviously prevalent in people’s minds, with companies focusing on adjusting their operations due to the government guidelines and the need to reduce the risk of infection,” said TTJ editor Stephen Powney.

“But I’m sure the trade is also looking forward to the time when it can gather again. With six months to go before the TTJ Awards it is very much our hope and expectation that the trade will be able to meet once again in the autumn for this long-running event.

“We’d be delighted to receive judged entries now – has your company had a successful marketing campaign, or does it have exceptional staff for whom you have invested in their career development?”

Entry forms can be downloaded by visiting the TTJ Awards website at and clicking on the Categories button.

The online voting process for the Voted categories is due to start during April, but TTJ is delaying the start of voting to give customers of the timber trade – the voters – time to adjust in the current trading situation.

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