Have you made a plan to win the CEW awards?
The 2016 CEW Awards went live before Christmas, but the urgency of completing your entry might have been lost in the seasonal festivities – so, ask yourself: are you ready to enter?
8th January 2016
Are you thinking about your entry into the 2016 CEW Awards? You should be preparing now thinking about how to best showcase what your team is doing and the great projects you’re involved with now as all entries must be completed by the 29th February 2016.
But if you are considering showcasing your team, your projects and one of the SMEs you work with or sharing success with a client or partner organisation then why not think about entering our new award category for 2016 – BIM project of the year.
BIM is now an accepted method of delivering projects of all sizes and an excellent way to work collaboratively and drive best practice and with more and more examples of its use in Wales it deserves its own award category at the CEW Awards. Judges will be looking for projects embracing BIM that point to benefits to end users, suppliers and project teams perhaps with examples of working around tight site situations and assisting with time and cost savings as well as enabling structural innovation. The use of all the elements of BIM and the integration between the client and other team members early in a scheme will be important factors in a winning entry.
To steer you in the direction of a winning entry and to learn more about the new BIM category you should save the date for our CEW Awards open days in January – they will be held in Swansea on the 21st January and Llandudno on the 27th January, to register your interest please email our events team. You can also find out how to enter the new look project of year now we have split civils and buildings into different categories.