You have until  NEXT WEEK  (May 1st) to get your nominations and entries in for the 2022 BMJ Industry Awards.

 BMJ Industry Awards 2022 Landscape

Click HERE to nominate your favourite merchants, supplier brands, trainees, showrooms and industry people.

The awards celebrate the very best brands, merchants and people at the heart of the builders’ merchants sector.

Companies and individuals are invited to submit an entry for themselves, or to nominate others. Full criteria for all categories can be found on the BMJ Industry Awards website, along with the simple online entry and nomination form.

We have the usual mix of merchanting and supplier awards, as well as the people accolades to highlight those individuals who have made a real, bottom line difference to the business.

This year we have two new awards: Merchant Landscaping Display and Merchant Environmental Award.

The event is supported by heavyweight industry names: AG, Brett Martin, Breedon, Knauf Insulation, Encon Insulation, Forterra, Hanson Cement, Mannok, Marshalls, Stonemarket, SIG, Westfraser, Wilson Brook and Xtratherm.

There is a range of sponsorship packages available to support the awards. For more details email Group Managing Editor Fiona Russell-Horne at or Group Sales Manager Dawn Tucker at

The nominations page can be found at

BMJ Group Managing Editor Fiona Russell-Horne says: “We had such an amazing time at the BMJ Industry Awards in 2021. We can’t wait to do it all again and continue to celebrate the very best that this industry has to offer.”

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The awards lunch will be held on September 9 2021 and will revert to the more usual date in May 2023.



Knauf Insulation Logo


Xtratherm Logo MTI RED

Encon Insulation no shadow

Mannok logo stack PMS 389 76991 copy

Wilson Brook


Breedon High Res Logo

West Fraser FKA Norbord Logo Horizon 1

Marshalls web Stonemarket Logo CMYK

About Fiona Russell-Horne

Group Managing Editor across the BMJ portfolio.

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