The built environment’s premier awards for BIM and digital construction have opened for entries – get yours in as soon as possible.
The Digital Construction Awards are now open for entry. The awards celebrate best practice and reward innovation in the application of BIM and digital technology in the built environment sector.
There are 13 categories and the deadline for entries is 25 March. The shortlisted entrants will be revealed on 9 May, and the winners revealed at the awards ceremony on 12 July 2022 at The Brewery in London.
Will Mann, editor of Construction Management, said: “Many of the categories are open to all parts of the built environment’s supply chain – clients, architects, consultants, contractors, specialists, manufacturers, suppliers and technology firms. We look forward to celebrating the great work the industry has done in the past year.”
“Many of the categories are open to all parts of the built environment’s supply chain and address many key topics.”
Justin Stanton, BIMplus editor, added: “Our categories address many key topics – health and safety, data, the drive to net zero and modern methods of construction to name a few. And there are two suitable for SMEs or those working on projects valued at less than £10m. Key to success in the Awards will be evidence.”
Ollie Hughes, co-founder of Digital Construction Week, concluded: “To ensure the best of the best receive the recognition they deserve, we have created a robust judging process. Our judging panel comprises more than 20 well-known experts drawn from across the built environment sector. Our intent is that the awards will ultimately become the Oscars of the sector.”
With 13 categories to choose from, there are plenty of opportunities for most projects and businesses to enter the Digital Construction Awards. The entry criteria may vary slightly from category to category, so please review the criteria in detail online. The deadline is 25 March. Good luck!
Best application of technology
This category will recognise the application of a specific technology or process. The manufacturer or vendor should not be the focus of your entry, rather it should focus on how the associated technology has been applied to a particular challenge or solved a specific problem.
Best use of data on a project
This category recognises the use of data to enhance design, construction processes or asset management on a building or infrastructure project.
Delivering net zero with digital innovation
Entries should focus on how digital tools, methods and skills are improving the performance of projects and leading to lower emissions. This may include, but is not limited to, DfMA, material selection, construction plant, equipment, labour and transport and the role of technology and digitalisation in these areas.
Digital construction project of the year – major project (sponsored by Revizto)
This category celebrates what can be achieved through the successful implementation and adoption of digital technologies and processes on a project. This is about how a digital approach has enabled better outcomes for a project overall. A major project is defined as one that is worth more than £10m in value.
Digital construction project of the year – small project
This category celebrates what can be achieved through the successful implementation and adoption of digital technologies and processes on smaller projects.
This is about how a digital approach has enabled better outcomes for a project overall. The definition of ‘small project’ is any project below
£10m in value.
Digital excellence in a construction business (sponsored by Autodesk)
This category will award a business that demonstrated excellence in the way they work through the adoption of digital processes or technologies. This category is about the steps taken by an organisation to change the way it works and the positive impact this has had on is business.
Digital excellence in a construction SME
This category will award an SME that has transformed, elevated, or demonstrated excellence in the way they work through the adoption of digital processes or technologies. This category is about the steps taken by an SME organisation to change the way it works and the positive impact this has had on its business.
Digital partnership (sponsored by Bluebeam)
This category recognises how digital technology has enhanced a partnership between organisations.
Digital innovation in design
This category recognises the use of digital technology to enhance the design process of a project.
Digital innovation in offsite construction
This category recognises the use of digital technology to enhance modular, offsite or modern methods of construction techniques on a project.
Digital innovation in on-site productivity (sponsored by Procore)
This category recognises the use of digital technology to enhance the productivity of
Digital innovation in health, safety and wellbeing
This category recognises the use of digital technology to enhance health, safety and wellbeing among construction workers on a project.
Digital construction champion of the year
This category recognises an individual who has played a key role championing digital transformation on a project, in an organisation, or an industry sector, during their career.
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