CEBE

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AcronymDefinition
CEBECentre for Education in the Built Environment
CEBECore Electron Binding Energy
CEBEConstructing Excellence in the Built Environment (UK)
CEBEChurch of England Board of Education
CEBECedar Creek and Belle Grove National Historic Park (US National Park Service)
CEBECenter for Excellence in Business Education (Duke University; North Carolina)
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Winners of the regional awards will not only receive recognition in the North East, but they will also be put on a national platform through entry to the Constructing Excellence in the Built Environment Awards later in the year.
A joint project between the college and company Laing O'Rourke, it teaches students and community groups about the construction industry and has been commended in the North-east's Constructing Excellence in the Built Environment Awards in the Leadership and People Development category.
Catriona Lingwood, director of Constructing Excellence in the North-East, said: "There was a real added excitement to this year's Constructing Excellence in the Built Environment Awards, with the introduction of the new national awards and the chance for the winners to go on to another level.
Well done to the team involved in the Pegswood bypass in scooping the prestigious Constructing Excellence in the Built Environment Awards.
The winners of the regional awards will not only receive local recognition at the ceremony at Newcastle Marriott Gosforth Park Hotel, but will also have a UK platform through entry to the first national Constructing Excellence in the Built Environment Awards later in the year.
The winners of the regional awards will not only receive North-East recognition at the ceremony at the Newcastle Marriott Gosforth Park Hotel, they will also be put on a national platform through entry to the national Constructing Excellence in the Built Environment Awards later in the year.
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