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CIOB Team Award 2022

Teamwork is a key component of every project, and with the Team Award, we recognise the achievements of not just the individuals, but the team as a whole.

About

How to enter

Why take part

FAQs

About the CIOB Team Award

Celebrating collaboration

Every year our members, fellows and finalists tell us the same thing…

‘It was a team effort’.

The CIOB Team Award celebrates the collaboration and combined efforts of groups of people working together to meet a combined goal.

Teams can be any group of 3 or more persons working within the built environment within a single organisational entity.

BAM Construction, T-Zone 11-21 Canal Reach, Team of the Year 2021

How to Enter

What you will need to complete your application or make a nomination

To enter, please complete the application form below.

The extended submission deadline for this award is 17 June 2022.

Please see the guidelines below for more information about what our judges consider and tips to help you with this process.

This award is open to UK-based teams.

The team should comprise of 3 or more persons and must operate within the built environment. We expect the team to be working for a single organisational entity.

The nominated team can have worked for a CMYA entrant company (this year or previous years).

You may nominate your own team. The independent testimonial must come from someone outside the team’s organisation with direct knowledge or experience of working with the nominated team.

All the above should be based on evidence from January 2021 to date.

 

Mark Burton MBE, Construction Manager of th Year 2021

The awards

Why take part?

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

The CIOB Awards recognise construction professionals from every discipline both site-based and non-site-based. Whether you’re looking after an individual project or multiple projects at once. We celebrate more than just a building.

 

It's free

The CIOB Awards are free to enter. It costs you nothing, just the time taken to complete your application.

 

Get Noticed

What we’re looking for

The judges will look for examples showing evidence of the following:

  • a team vision aligned to business, corporate and project objectives
  • strong leadership
  • clearly defined roles
  • contribution from all members
  • effective communication within and beyond the team, including with external stakeholders
  • mechanism for dealing with conflict
  • demonstration of mutual trust, support and values
  • evidence of equality, diversity and inclusion
  • mentoring opportunities
  • successful performance outcomes
  • Other targeted objectives may include sales, new client development, innovation, quality, client satisfaction, Health & Safety, Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR), Modern Methods of Construction (MMC), individual and collective professional development, continuous improvement

How to Enter

The CIOB Awards are open to both members and non-members of the Chartered Institute of Building (CIOB).

Why Enter?

People enter the CIOB Awards for all kinds of reasons but being a finalist is about more than just recognition.

Register Your Interest

Register to receive updates about the awards, including when they are open for new entries for the 2023 competition.

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FAQs

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How do I nominate someone for the Team Award?

You can nominate someone for this award by completing the Application form.

Can I provide the Testimonial for the team I am nominating?

The Independent Testimonial must come from someone outside the team’s organisation with direct knowledge or experience of working with the nominated team.