Construction Project Manager of the Year

This award recognises the people behind the projects; the Project Manager of the Year award will be presented to the individual that can best demonstrate excellence in this field over the past 12 months. This category is open to an in-house project manager working for a contractor. The winner can be nominated by themselves or anyone within their organisation but ensure that you have the permission of the nominee before making the submission.

Entry is by a 5 A4 page submission; the judges will be looking for clear information, backed up by evidence, that pays particular attention to the criteria listed below.

Career summary: Please include a summary that describes career to date, age, and qualifications.

Leadership: Do they have an ongoing clear strategy and vision? Do they demonstrate leadership behaviour and act as a role model to others? Do they motivate and lead the team to keep the project on scale and on budget?

Key Projects: Please provide a description of the construction project(s) worked on over the past 12 months including the brief, timeline, and contract value.

Challenges: Highlight any especially challenging aspects involved in the project(s), including details of how they were overcome.

Highlights & Innovation: What has been the real stand-out highlight in the last year? If they’ve done anything especially innovative make sure you explain this too.

Supporting Statements & Testimonials: Please include any other statements or facts that support your entry, including client testimonials where possible.

How to Enter

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All entrants must submit a document of no more than 5 A4 pages that covers the key criteria set out for the category they are entering.

Before making your submission, please read the terms and conditions and ensure the following:

  • All activities cited in support of your entries must have been on-going within the past 12 months unless stated otherwise in the criteria.
  • The entering party has to have an office in the ROI or NI and the projects that support their entry have to have taken place in these areas unless stated otherwise in the criteria.
  • Make sure you focus on good hard information, backed up by solid facts and figures.