How your organisation delivered value to your client.
That completed projects meet and exceed user requirements and expectations and move the industry forward.
The Judges are interested in the cost and value engineering aspects of projects.
Innovative quality project delivery, clear detail on the programme, budget, quality and safety standards.
Highlight lessons learned and how these have been incorporated into your method of working going forward.
The construction industry works through collaboration, highlight the collaborative aspects of the build between the design, construction and engineering teams and client.
Consider aspects of the build that are not necessarily visible in the final project.
Include problem-solving in real time and meeting challenges by creating innovative solutions.
Highlight your positive outcomes. Back up all statements. At the interview stage finalists may be asked about key success detailed in the entry.
The demonstration of good project management while dealing with challenges like location, time, budget, live working conditions etc.
The use of emerging technologies and new techniques to deliver projects will be of interest.
The positive impact on the end-user, the environment, the economy and society will also be factors of influence.
Outline how projects were delivered safely. Include any health, safety or wellbeing initiatives utilised or applied during the build.
The number one tip from successful entrants is: Start your entry early and complete
with enough time to allow a final review before submission.
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