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CIOB announce finalists for 'Art of Building' photography competition

A list of twelve finalists has been announced for The Chartered Institute of Building (CIOB)’s ‘Art of Building’ competition. Launched in April, the competition challenged professionals and enthusiasts alike to explore the built environment and capture unique scenes in an imaginative way. The esteemed judging panel included Michael Brown, Deputy Chief Executive of CIOB, professional photographer Matt Wain and Editor of Construction Manager, Elaine Knutt.

CIOB Press and Communications Manager, Saul Townsend, said: "There were over a thousand images submitted, with entries from as far afield as Iran, Australia, India and China. The quality of the submissions was very high and the interpretation of the brief was extremely varied, which gave the judges plenty to talk about. One of the aims of the CIOB is to celebrate the creativity of the construction industry, the passion of the people who work within it and the impact it has on our daily lives. The selection of photographs that have reached the final of the Art of Building contest each bring a unique perspective to the competition brief."

The work of the twelve finalists is now online for public voting. To visit the site click here.

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