We are pleased to announce that we are now taking submissions for the Constructing Excellence in Yorkshire & Humber Awards 2015. Last year’s awards were bigger & better than ever with a record number of submissions and over 350 professionals, representing a broad cross section of the construction industry, coming together at our gala dinner at Sheffield City Hall to celebrate the best that the regional built environment sector has to offer. Two of our regional winners were also victorious at the Constructing Excellence national awards in London last November, showing that construction innovation in the region is right up there with the best the UK has to offer (read more about last year’s winners here).
There are 13 different categories each representing the core themes underpinning the Constructing Excellence agenda including a new category for 2015, BIM Project of the year. Fully inclusive, entries are welcome from any companies, organisations or project teams involved in delivering built environment projects across the region. Our awards are completely free to enter and you are welcome (& indeed encouraged!) to submit as many entries as you like.
Entering the awards can bring numerous benefits to your business including raising your profile, introducing you to a wider client base and give you new market opportunities. It also gives you a great opportunity to reward the hard work of your employees over the last 12 months.
The close date for entries is Friday 15th May 2015 with the winners being announced at our gala dinner, this year to be held in York on Friday 17th July 2015 at the National Railway Museum.
For details of how to enter as well as information on sponsorship opportunities and table bookings please visit our awards page here
G4C – Generation for Change – was established in 1998 as the junior branch of Constructing Excellence and, following Constructing Excellence’s lead in collaborative best practice, G4C seeks to engage and inspire the next generation of construction professionals across disciplines. The group holds events and initiatives to provide members with opportunities both for networking and access to the latest innovative thinking to equip them with the necessary skills to drive continual improvement throughout the industry.
G4C Yorkshire & Humber are holding the first annual G4C Awards 2015 in Sheffield. These brand new awards aim to showcase excellence and celebrate the achievements of up and coming young construction professionals in the Yorkshire and Humber region and the companies who support and train the future leaders of the industry.
There are 6 categories to compete for, which will be judged by a panel of local industry leaders and experts:
- Apprentice of the Year
- Student of the Year
- Trainee of the Year
- New Professional of the Year
- Commitment to Employee Development
- G4C Award for Young Achiever
Please note shortlisting has now been completed on these awards
The inaugural G4C Awards winners will be presented with their awards at a special ceremony to be held at 6.00pm on Friday 13 February 2015 at the Mercure St Paul’s Hotel in Sheffield city centre.
Please find below details of entry requirements, entry forms, sponsorship opportunities & tabe booking forms.
If you have any queries about any of the above or just want to discuss the awards further, please contact email@example.com
We are pleased to announce the details of our first #CEYH2015 breakfast seminar which will focus on facilities management, building management and asset excellence.
This seminar, held at Addleshaw Goddard in Leeds on 28th Jan, will feature presentations from two highly knowledgeable speakers in the sector,
Hedia Delly, Group Head of Facilities & H&S for Call Credit Information Group
“The challenges of managing buildings in a growing business”
Hedia is group head of facilities and health and safety at Call Credit Information Group, a fast growing information group. Hedia will give an overview of the challenges she has experienced in managing buildings and their facilities to respond to the fast growing and fast paced environment at Call credit over the last few years.
John O’Brien, FM and Asset Optimisation task group chair, CE
“How to deliver operational excellence in buildings – lessons learnt by CE’s asset management group”
Over the last two years John has chaired CE’s review of the lessons learnt by major clients across sectors including retail, health, commercial, industrial, education and infrastructure into how to procure, build and manage built assets to deliver operational excellence. John will summarise the conclusion of the groups work.