Around 500 of Network Rail's external suppliers will attend the black-tie gala dinner and awards ceremony on 2 July 2014 at the Riverbank Park Plaza, London.
This will be the first event Network Rail has run with Glasgows under its new tender agreement and it will be the first time Network Rail has used projection mapping at an awards ceremony.
Rebecca Harmer, marketing services specialist of Network Rail, said: "We were very impressed by Glasgows solution and attention to detail with how to incorporate key content and company messaging throughout the use of the whole set solution.
"The awards are now in their sixth year and they allow Network Rail to reward, recognise and share best practice across the industry and help to highlight examples of partners who have played a key role in the company in delivering a better railway for a better Britain.
"Over the past year we've worked with over 4,000 suppliers, more than 60% of which are small- and medium-sized enterprises. Entries range from local community tree-planting projects; to educating children on railway safety through martial arts clubs; to solutions for preventing cable theft; to large-scale, multimillion-pound projects such as the Birmingham New Street station redevelopment and the Forth Bridge restoration."