of the Year
More than four decades ago our Construction Manager of the Year Awards began its journey to find the very best examples of excellence and professionalism in the industry.
Closing for Entries: 31 March 2023
How to enter
Why take part
Why take part in CMYA?
40 years of excellence
Be part of the legacy – For over 40 years we have been recognising exceptional talent in the industry. Enter now and get the chance to boost your career.
Step forward and be recognised
CMYA recognises construction managers from every discipline, both site-based and non-site-based, and whether you’re looking after an individual project or multiple projects at once. We celebrate more than just a building.
The CIOB Awards are free to enter. It costs you nothing, just the time taken to complete your application.
Anyone can apply
Non-members and members can apply for membership.
Construction Manager of the Year 2023
Are you ready to step forward?
The CIOB Awards celebrate the achievements of those who inspire, lead and enable the very best delivery of a project and produce buildings that have a positive impact on those who use them.
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Who can enter the Construction Manager of the Year?
CMYA is open to both site based and non-site based managers, for projects completed within the UK and Northern Ireland. CIOB members and non-members can enter the competition. Construction managers cover a wide range of specialist services and job roles.
Who should nominate?
This should be your supporter – usually your manager, director or client or someone who is working in the construction industry and is familiar with you and your project.
Who is eligible to enter?
To be eligible to enter, this year projects must have achieved practical completion between 19 March 2022 and 17 March 2023.
What are the benefits of entering CMYA?
- Industry recognition for both individual and their company.
- Non-members can apply for corporate membership.
- Continuing Professional Development.
- Free to enter.
- Career enhancing.
- Sense of pride for the individual
What are the roles and areas that CIOB’s Construction Manager designation incorporates?
CIOB’s Construction Manager designation incorporates a wide range of roles including but is not restricted to:
- Architectural Technicians
- Asset Manager
- BIM Manager
- Building Technician
- Business Development Manager
- Clerk of Works
- Client Representative
- Contract Administrator
- Contracts Manager
- Commercial Manager
- Design Manager
- Estate Manager
- Facilities Manager
- Information Manager
- Project Engineer
- Project Manager
- Site Agent
- Site Engineer
- Site Manager
And within the following areas:
- Building Control
- Building Information Modelling
- Building Services
- Health & Safety