Innovation in Construction

This award is open to any organisation in Ireland’s construction industry that has effectively and innovatively used an existing technology or developed a new service or process that has yielded significant results over the last 12 months. This can include the use of software, innovative services or construction methods which have resulted in a benefit to a project, or also through a change process within your organisation. Submissions must be made by the end user, demonstrating how they used the nominated technology/service/process over the last year.

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.

Innovation outline: Please explain what you have developed/used, what this innovation or use of technology has achieved to date and its potential if it were taken up more widely.

Involvement of Staff: What staff members were involved? Please outline their roles and skills.

Objectives: What were the objectives behind introducing this innovation? And how were these objectives met?

Outcomes and Results: Please outline any practical applications to arise, showing tangible evidence that it has delivered benefits beyond the standard methods where possible.

Excellence: Explain why you feel this innovation or use of technology deserves special recognition for this award.

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.