Winners revealed for Event Production Awards 2016

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Tania Harrison, Arcadia Metamorphosis, Creative Technology, Hampton Court Palace and Big Green Coach were among the 22 winners at this year’s Event Production Awards.

The live and outdoor events industry gathered at the Lancaster London hotel on 12 February for a sold out gala dinner and ceremony hosted by compere and comedian Roisin Conaty.

New categories included Cultural/Food Event of the Year, Best Indoor Venue and Best Outdoor Venue, which were won respectively by the London Korean Festival, Banqueting House and Hampton Court Palace.

Meanwhile, Latitude’s Tania Harrison took home the prestigious Access All Areas’ Editor’s Award.

“It’s been a great year for events, and it’s fantastic to see everyone here having a great time and celebrating the best and the brightest of this industry,” said Access All Areas’ editor Emma Hudson.

2016 Winners:

Best Audio Visual Supplier
Creative Technology
Best Crewing Company
Connection Crew CIC
Best Security Company
Specialized Security
Best Fencing/Crowd Barrier Company
Eve Trakway
Best Flooring/Trackway Company
LION Trackhire
Best Staging Company
Actavo Events
Best Structure Company
Neptunus
Best Plant Company
Winner Events
Best Indoor Venue of the Year
Banqueting House
Best Technology Provider
Intellitix
Best Ticketing Company
Skiddle
Green Supplier of the Year
Big Green Coach Ltd
Best Outdoor Venue of the Year
Hampton Court Palace
Sustainable Event of the Year
Arcadia Metamorphosis by Arcadia
Public Event of the Year
Para Tri by Sportsworld
Cultural/Food Event of the Year
London Korean Festival
Music Event of the Year
Liverpool Sound City
Sporting Event of the Year
Progress Productions for Rugby World Cup 2015
Best Visual Spectacular
Fantastic Fireworks – War of the World Spectacular
Brand Activation of the Year
Sense Marketing – Guitar Hero Live
Production Team of the Year
Ground Control
Access All Areas’ Editor’s Award
Tania Harrison

 

Watch the highlights of the event here.

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