Nominations

Contractor of the Year

The award for Contractor of the Year will go to the company that can demonstrate the best record of progress and delivery for its clients, while maintaining an exemplary HSE record and showing signs of commercial strength and growth over the 12-month period between 7 February 2014 and 16th February 2015.

Entries for the Contractor of the Year should answer the following questions in a total of no more than 500 words:

  • How has the contractor demonstrated its ability to deliver projects?
  • How has the contractor contributed to its clients’ success?
  • What has the contractor done to deliver exceptional HSE performance?
  • What has the contractor done to manage the professional development of its staff?
  • How does the contractor demonstrate commercial strength and growth?
  • How has the contractor shown its commitment to the improvement of the regional construction industry?

Entry submissions may be accompanied by supporting documentation, such as testimonials, references, project descriptions, photographs and published articles. These should be collated into a single PDF document. Please email these to cwawardsoman@itp.com.

Consultant of the Year

The award for Consultant of the Year will go to the company that can demonstrate the best record of delivering innovative, original and consistent expertise on projects over the 12-month period between 7 February 2014 and 16th February 2015.

Entries for the Consultancy of the Year should answer the following questions in a total of no more than 500 words:

  • How has the consultancy demonstrated its ability to enhance projects?
  • How has the consultancy contributed to its clients’ success?
  • What has the consultancy done to deliver innovation?
  • What has the consultancy done to manage the professional development of its staff?
  • How does the consultancy demonstrate commercial strength and growth?
  • How has the consultancy shown its commitment to the improvement of the regional construction industry?

Entry submissions may be accompanied by supporting documentation, such as testimonials, references, project descriptions, photographs and published articles. These should be collated into a single PDF document. Please email these to cwawardsoman@itp.com.

Residential Project of the Year

The Residential Project of the Year will go to the project that has added significantly to Oman’s built environment – in terms of the quality of its design, build, its location and its fit with the surrounding area. The bulk of the project needs to have been delivered over the past 12 months and to have been delivered within agreed time and budget constraints.

  • Entries for the Residential Project of the Year should answer the following questions in a total of no more than 500 words:
  • How has the project’s design and construction contributed towards best practice?
  • How has the project contributed towards its surrounding environment or community?
  • Are there any innovative techniques and technologies that have contributed towards the project’s success?
  • Has the project been delivered within time and budget parameters? Explain.
  • What aspects of the project make it interesting or significant for the region?

Entry submissions may be accompanied by supporting documentation, such as testimonials, references, project descriptions, photographs and published articles. These should be collated into a single PDF document. Please email these to cwawardsoman@itp.com.

Sustainable Project of the Year

The award for the Sustainable Project of the Year will go to the project that demonstrates the most significant contribution to sustainable development over the last 12 months. Entries must clearly show how the nominated project has delivered sustainable initiatives or ideas that are making a contribution above and beyond the norm for its type.

Entries for the Sustainable Project of the Year should answer the following questions in a total of no more than 500 words:

  • What is the sustainable project?
  • How has it delivered something beyond the norm for this style of project?
  • What are the key sustainable factors in the design and/or its delivery?
  • How is their impact measured?
  • What has been the impact of the project in the wider industry?
  • What green building ratings (LEED, QSAS etc) has it adhered to?
  • What is the payback period for the implementation of the sustainable measures?

Entry submissions may be accompanied by supporting documentation, such as testimonials, references, project descriptions, photographs and published articles. These should be collated into a single PDF document. Please email these to cwawardsoman@itp.com.

Hospitality Project of the Year

This category is open for any hospitality or tourism related project that has been completed within the last 12 months. The award will go to the project that demonstrates construction best practice, can demonstrate an exemplary safety record and met client requirements, while staying on time and on budget.

Entries for the Hospitality Construction Project of the Year should answer the following questions in a total of no more than 500 words:

  • How has the project demonstrated construction best practice?
  • What safety initiatives were in place on the project and how effective were they?
  • What techniques and technology have contributed to the project’s success?
  • Has the project been delivered within time and budget parameters? Explain.
  • What aspects of the project make it interesting or significant for the region?

Entry submissions may be accompanied by supporting documentation, such as testimonials, references, project descriptions, photographs and published articles. These should be collated into a single PDF document. Please email these to cwawards@itp.com.

Commercial Project of the Year

The award for Commercial Project of the Year will go to the project that makes an important contribution to its surrounds, demonstrates construction best practice and can show how construction techniques and technology have contributed to the project’s success. The majority of the project work should have been brought to completion before 16th February 2015.

Entries for the Commercial Project of the Year should answer the following questions in a total of no more than 500 words:

  • How has the project contributed to its surrounding environment or community?
  • How has the project demonstrated construction best practice?
  • What techniques and technology have contributed to the project’s success?
  • Has the project been delivered within time and budget parameters? Explain.
  • What safety initiatives were in place on the project and how effective were they
  • What aspects of the project make it interesting or significant for the region?

Entry submissions may be accompanied by supporting documentation, such as testimonials, references, project descriptions, photographs and published articles. These should be collated into a single PDF document. Please email these to cwawardsoman@itp.com.

Infrastructure Project of the Year

The award for Infrastructure Project of the Year will go to the project that makes an important contribution to its surrounds, demonstrates construction best practice and can show how construction techniques and technology have contributed to the project’s success. The majority of the project work should have been brought to completion before 16th February 2015.

Entries for the Infrastructure Project of the Year should answer the following questions in a total of no more than 500 words:

  • How has the project contributed to its surrounding environment or community?
  • How has the project demonstrated construction best practice?
  • What techniques and technology have contributed to the project’s success?
  • Has the project been delivered within time and budget parameters? Explain.
  • What safety initiatives were in place on the project and how effective were they
  • What aspects of the project make it interesting or significant for the region?

Entry submissions may be accompanied by supporting documentation, such as testimonials, references, project descriptions, photographs and published articles. These should be collated into a single PDF document. Please email these to cwawardsoman@itp.com.

Construction Executive of the Year

The award for Construction Executive of the Year will go to the senior executive who can demonstrate the greatest impact on his or her construction-related business in the 12-month period between 7 February 2014 and 16th February 2015. The winning executive could be a general manager, managing director, related deputy, or someone from a C suite role. Their company may be operating in any part of the construction chain, from suppliers through sub-contractors, consultants and main contractors.

Entries for the Construction Executive of the Year should answer the following questions in a total of no more than 500 words:

  • How has the executive demonstrated their leadership ability?
  • How has the executive contributed to their company’s financial success?
  • What has the executive done to boost operational performance?
  • What has the executive done to manage their own professional development?
  • How has the executive shown their commitment to the improvement of the regional construction industry?

Entry submissions may be accompanied by supporting documentation, such as testimonials, references and published articles. These should be collated into a single PDF document. Please email these to cwawardsoman@itp.com.

Project Manager of the Year

The award for Project Manager of the Year will go to the project manager who can demonstrate the greatest impact on a project or projects in the 12-month period between 7 February 2014 and 16th February 2015.

Entries for the Project Manager of the Year should answer the following questions in a total of no more than 500 words:

  • How has the project manager demonstrated their organisational ability?
  • How has the project manager contributed to a project’s success?
  • What has the project manager done to boost operational performance?
  • What has the project manager done to manage their own professional development?
  • How has the project manager shown their commitment to the improvement of the regional construction industry?

Entry submissions may be accompanied by supporting documentation, such as testimonials, references and published articles. These should be collated into a single PDF document. Please email these to cwawardsoman@itp.com.

Engineer of the Year

The award for Engineer of the Year will go to the engineer who can demonstrate the greatest impact on his or her construction-related business in the 12-month period between 7 February 2014 and 16th February 2015. The winning engineer could be working in any part of the construction chain, from suppliers through sub-contractors, consultants and main contractors.

Entries for the Engineer of the Year should answer the following questions in a total of no more than 500 words:

  • How has the engineer demonstrated their technical ability?
  • How has the engineer contributed to the success of their company’s projects?
  • How has the engineer passed on their knowledge to less experienced colleagues?
  • What has the engineer done to manage their own professional development?
  • How has the engineer shown their commitment to the improvement of the regional construction industry?

Entry submissions may be accompanied by supporting documentation, such as testimonials, references and published articles. These should be collated into a single PDF document. Please email these to cwawardsoman@itp.com.

Health and Safety Initiative of the Year

The award for HSE Initiative of the Year will go to the company, operating in the construction sector, which has delivered the best health and safety initiative in Oman. The winning initiative will make a positive contribution to the advance of health and safety consciousness in construction, while also demonstrating clear practical applications and results. The HSE initiative must have been active before 16th February 2015.

Entries for the Health and Safety Initiative of the Year should answer the following questions in a total of no more than 500 words:

  • What is the health and safety initiative?
  • How has the initiative contributed to the welfare of the work force?
  • How is the impact of the initiative measured?
  • What have been the practical benefits of the initiative?

Entry submissions may be accompanied by supporting documentation, such as testimonials, references, project descriptions, photographs and published articles. These should be collated into a single PDF document. Please email these to cwawardsoman@itp.com.

Sustainability Initiative of the Year

The award for Sustainability Initiative of the Year Award will go to the company, operating in the construction sector, which has delivered the best sustainability initiative in Oman. The winning initiative will make a positive contribution to the advance of environmental considerations in construction, while also demonstrating clear practical applications. The sustainability initiative must have been active in Oman between 7 February 2014 and 16th February 2015.

Entries for the Construction Sustainability Award should answer the following questions in a total of no more than 500 words:

  • What is the sustainability initiative?
  • How has the sustainability initiative contributed to improving the GCC construction industry?
  • How is the impact of the sustainability initiative measured?
  • What have been the practical benefits of the sustainability initiative?

Entry submissions may be accompanied by supporting documentation, such as testimonials, references, project descriptions, photographs and published articles. These should be collated into a single PDF document. Please email these to cwawardsoman@itp.com.

CSR Initiative of the Year

The award for Corporate Social Responsibility Initiative of the Year will go to the company, operating in the construction sector, which can demonstrate the best active CSR programme, one that contributes to the welfare of local communities, to the development of the company’s employees and the enhancement of the company’s reputation. The CSR initiative must have been active in Oman between 7 February 2014 and 16th February 2015.

Entries for the Corporate Social Responsibility Initiative of the Year should answer the following questions in a total of no more than 500 words:

  • What is the CSR initiative?
  • How has the initiative contributed to the welfare of the wider community?
  • How has the initiative contributed to the development of the company’s employees?
  • How has the initiative contributed to the company’s reputation?
  • How is the impact of the initiative measured and what are its deliverables?

Entry submissions may be accompanied by supporting documentation, such as testimonials, references, project descriptions, photographs and published articles. These should be collated into a single PDF document. Please email these to cwawardsoman@itp.com.

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