Conservation Project of the Year
This award recognises the conservation, restoration, or heritage project in Ireland, completed within the past 12 months, that can best demonstrate excellence.
If you are not the main building contractor, please ensure you have their permission to submit an entry for consideration as we can only accept one submission per project.
Entry is by a 5 A4 page submission; the judges will be looking for clear information backed up by facts and photos illustrating your points that pays particular attention to the criteria listed below.
Project outline: Please provide a brief description of the project including the brief, overall contract value, square footage, and the dates of commencement and completion.
Project team: Please include a full list of the project team involved, i.e., client, designers, architects, engineers, project managers, contractors, key suppliers, etc.
Conservation: Please outline the efforts made to use and reuse original materials, details that were preserved or replicated during construction and any application of traditional skills or methods used to conserve the building identity.
Project Excellence: Explain why you feel this project deserves special recognition for this award, highlighting any innovations introduced.
Health & Safety: Outline the Health and Safety initiatives in place during the project.
Sustainability: Describe, if any, the steps taken to improve energy efficiency, increase use of renewables and/or reduce emissions (direct and indirect) during construction and for the future use of the building.
Supporting Statements & Testimonials: Please include any other statements or facts that support your entry, including client testimonials where possible.