Nominations for the HOF Awards 2017 - Best of the Best: Project Management Company

Nominations for the HOF Awards 2017 - Best of the Best: Project Management Company

Published at: 2017-03-20 15:13 | Author: CIJ Europe
CIJ Europe, the leading commercial real estate news provider across Central and South Eastern Europe, launched in 2016 the most formulated transparent 2 tier judging platform to honor Elite Real Estate developments, companies and service providers. Now in its second year, the HOF (Hall of Fame) Awards 2017 is the final for all country winners from 2016, competing against one another for the top prize, the Best of the Best HOF Awards.

THE HOF AWARDS 2017 GALA DINNER WILL TAKE PLACE ON THE 6TH APRIL 2017 AT THE PRAGUE MARRIOTT HOTEL, V CELNICI 1028/8, 110 00 PRAHA 1, CZECH REPUBLIC.

The nominations for the HOF Awards 2017 - Best of the Best - Project Management Company:

RO - Optim Project Management

PL - Gleeds Polska

All categories and the entries will be presented in the CIJ news to present the elite companies and projects that have reached the final. The event web site www.HOFAwards.eu was launched in January 2017 and gives a essence of what to expect this year. The HOF Awards is the only unique CEE/SEE awards that represents a transparent and professional system of evaluation by 600 senior property managers across Europe.

Similar Stories:

Wilsons nominated for the HOF Awards 2017 – Best of the Best: Law Company
Wilsons, one of the leading independent law firms in the Czech and Slovak Republics, is no  »
Budapest ranks 10th in CBRE investment survey
Budapest tied with Frankfurt and Munich as the 10th most attractive European cities for re  »
Hungarian construction output up 18.5% in January
Hungary’s construction output grew by 18.5 percent y-o-y in January, according to the Ce  »
GTC expands asset base by 20% in 2016
Strengthening its position in the CEE and SEE regions, GTC expanded its asset base by 20 p  »
Having spent a few years out of the limelight, the Hungarian property development company   »
Despite the challenging economic environment, Greek real estate investment companies (REIC   »
A total of PLN 9.6bn was drained from Poland’s investment funds (TFI) in December, the b   »
This is the country’s best result since 2006, when the annual investment volume reached   »