Entering an Award
The Awards are designed to showcase excellence and reward the accomplishments of organisations and project teams that have achieved Regional acclaim. To qualify for the Awards the project team / organisation should have engaged with the Constructing Excellence agenda and adhered to the principles of Rethinking Construction. The Awards represent a culmination of success and associated recognition. Winners in each category will get:
- The prestige of being judged the region's best in constructing excellence
- Publicity through the associated Media Partners. The potential for positive media coverage in broadcast media, regional and trade titles and the partners' / sponsors' own publications and newsletters
- Automatic entry into the finals of the National Constructing Excellence Awards
- A specially commissioned trophy
- The right to display the Constructing Excellence logo on your business stationery, in promotional materials and on your website, for the year of the award.
How to enter.
Entering the South West Built Environment Awards is simple.
Choose the relevant Award Category [click here to view the Award Categories] and select 'Enter this Award'
Complete the relevant online entry form providing details of your project or organisation. Make sure your statement answers the specific criteria set out in the category descriptions. You are welcome to include any additional materials to support your submission. This could include KPI data, presentations, case studies, or even submissions for other awards. Please include a set of good quality photographs. You may also enclose a floor plan, site location plan and a section of the building/project being submitted.
Hints & Tips
1. Is it special? We want to know if you are doing something that is common to the industry or are you doing something that is new!
2. Does it have real benefit? We want data. You needn’t submit all your information, but we need to know that you have changed or achieved something, and the best way to show this is through some measurable information.
3. Is it honest? We are not looking for marketing information. We want real stories which give an honest picture which will show all of the issues that you have to overcome to deliver.