The ninth APS National CDM Awards took place on Thursday 27th October at the Radisson Blu Hotel in London. Congratulations to all the winners and those shortlisted.
About the National CDM Awards
The APS National CDM Awards are now in their ninth year. They were started in 2008 to recognise, reward and share outstanding good practice in the Design and Construction Health and Safety Risk Management sector.
They are now the pre-eminent awards of their kind, helping to establish a benchmark of good practice to make the industry a safer and healthier place for all construction workers.
This year there are nine award categories, including the Student Design Awards
• Health and Safety
• Project of the Year
• Principal Designer of the Year
• Client of the Year
• Principal Contactor of the Year
• BIM initiative Project
• Consultancy of the Year
• Health and Safety Innovation
• Student Design Awards
Student Design Awards
The National Student Design Awards take place at the same time as the CDM Awards. Entrants were challenged to respond creatively to Buildability, Maintainability and Usability issues, introducing them to these requirements, along with their Design responsibilities.
How the awards are judged
Entries are submitted to the judges who are made up of an expert panel of industry figure-heads, including the Health and Safety Executive. After the judges have come to a decision, the shortlist is announced. The over all winner in each category will be announced at the award ceremony.
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