We’re thrilled to partner with the Construction Development Alliance to promote this year’s awards, taking place on 26th May 2016.
The awards recognise outstanding individuals age 16-25 years old in work, sixth form, college or university. With 5 categories, this is an opportunity to credit those who really are the future of the Great British Construction Industry in the North West.
Awards will be presented by television presenter and journalist Dominic Littlewood.
Award nominations for outstanding young people in construction
The Construction Development Alliance (“CDA”) is pleased to take nominations for the 2016 CDA Awards which will recognise up to five outstanding young people between the ages of 16 and 25 who exemplify the best attributes of the North West’s young construction folk. Nominations are invited for each of the five categories listed below. There will be a trophy and prizes, plus the opportunity to be considered as the overall winner and a substantial prize.
The 2016 awards as sponsored by SIKA and the CDA will be presented by DOMINIC LITTLEWOOD on the 6.30pm on the 26th May 2016 at Burnley Mechanics, Burnley
The categories are:-
1. Overcoming adversity in construction
Someone who has achieved success in college or at work, either through their position, determination, exam success, career progression, leadership, deals negotiated or financial results despite overcoming some form of adversity.
2. Young designer of the year
Someone who has achieved success in design either at college or at work, in any form of design associated with the construction industry for example architectural, interior design, mechanical, electrical, structural, landscape etc.
3. Young apprentice in construction
An apprentice working in a construction related profession who has achieved success and or been recognised by others as being an outstanding candidate in what they have achieved in their role as an apprentice.
4. Young construction professional
Someone who has demonstrated exceptional performance of their duties either at college or working in their specific field. The candidate must promote leadership skills, inspire and encourage others. A positive “can do” attitude and a willingness and desire to continue to learn, develop and become better in their chosen field. Candidates are invited from individuals in all sectors. We will be looking for success in college and or at work, with evidence of career progression, leadership skills, creating a project and making it happen, inspiring and motivating others to make it happen, good negotiation skills or even financial results. The successful person will be a role model, who has clear values and has made a sustained difference this year.
5. Young construction environmentalist
Someone who has achieved success in a construction related profession or college course that has an environmental element to a project and has made a significant contribution towards protecting and improving the environment. This may include (but is not limited to) organising an environmentally friendly project, undertaking and developing energy saving initiatives, or generating awareness about climate change or other environmental issues. The candidate should be someone who has organised a program, project or activity for the benefit of a community and engaged, inspired and motivated people or public bodies to get involved in the particular charitable or social cause. We will be looking for someone who has made an environmental difference this year.
How to Enter
For entry forms please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
or request an application by post from: Catherine Pessagno, Poole Dick Associates, Waterfold Park, Bury BL9 7BR.
It is important that both the electronic copy or hard copy are delivered by the closing date of 26th April 2016.