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18-20 June 2019

Telford International Centre, UK

2019 Judging Criteria

Please find below the judging criteria for each awards category.

Submissions will be shortlisted by expert panels in each subject area and those shortlisted will present their projects to a judging panel. 

An award will be made to the projects which are considered to be the best in each of the categories. The judges may also choose to highly commend projects.

Download entry form here.

CATEGORY

PROGRAMME & DELIVERY

Primary Criteria:

  • Leadership
  • Clarity of objectives/ roles
  • Project cost control
  • Efficient and effective delivery
  • Proactive risk management / mitigation
  • Overall project quality
  • Client and public satisfaction
  • Communication
  • Value engineering / cost savings
  • Problem solving / resolution
  • Transferability to other projects and works
  • Behaviours / trust and team working
  • Delivery of multiple benefits
  • Application of effort to find a better solution
  • Team effort contribution to efficiencies from across the team

CATEGORY

COMMUNITY PARTNERSHIP

Primary Criteria:

  • Clear, shared objectives
  • Partnership involvement
  • Local relevance 
  • Partnership in finance
  • Efficiencies
  • Transferability
  • Knowledge sharing 
  • Attraction of funding
  • Community level leadership
  • Community participation & action

CATEGORY

EXCELLENT ASSET MANAGEMENT

Primary Criteria:

  • Sustainability
  • Value for money
  • Health, safety & welfare
  • Environmental Impact
  • Objectives and benefits
  • Client & public satisfaction
  • Stakeholder engagement and collaboration
  • Knowledge of asset(s)
  • Managing above the minimum
  • Long term view
  • Delivery of multiple benefits

CATEGORY

INNOVATIVE APPROACHES

Primary Criteria:

  • Project cost control
  • Efficient and effective delivery
  • Client and public satisfaction
  • Communication
  • Problem solving / resolution
  • Transferability to other projects and works
  • Delivery of multiple benefits 
  • Application of effort to find a better solution

CATEGORY

SUSTAINABILITY

Primary Criteria:

  • Human / natural benefit balance
  • Local resource use
  • Long term sustainability
  • Carbon footprint
  • Community engagement
  • Material management
  • Transferability
  • Delivery of multiple benefits
  • Inspiring others to act
  • Delivery of multiple benefits (including contribution to natural flood management, catchment and coastal cell approaches)

CATEGORY

BUILDING CLIMATE ADAPTATION & RESILIENCE

Primary Criteria:

  • Demonstrate sustainable use of materials and methodologies
  • Demonstrate innovation in the techniques applied
  • Consider future adaptability
  • Provide evidence of economic and social benefit
  • Provide environmental enhancement

CATEGORY

INTERNATIONAL EXCELLENCE

Primary Criteria:

  • Demonstrate innovation 
  • Consider future adaptability in the UK
  • Ease of replicating in the UK
  • Clear delivery of multiple benefits

NEW CATEGORY

INSPIRATIONAL ROLE MODEL

Primary Criteria:

  • Inspires others by setting direction, valuing professionalism and embracing innovation.
  • Inclusive and confident in engaging others, communicating clearly and collaborating successfully
  • Empowering through openness and a commitment to diversity, recognising and helping others fulfil their potential

Nominations for this award should be made in writing by email to FloodandCoast@environment-agency.gov.uk, detailing the reasons for the nomination in no more than 250 words.

 

NEW CATEGORY

RISING STAR

Primary Criteria:

  • Inspires others by setting direction, valuing professionalism and embracing innovation.
  • Inclusive and confident in engaging others, communicating clearly and collaborating successfully
  • Empowering through openness and a commitment to diversity, recognising and helping others fulfil their potential

Nominations for this award should be made in writing by email to FloodandCoast@environment-agency.gov.uk, detailing the reasons for the nomination in no more than 250 words.

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