Collaborative Working Partnership Award
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This award recognises examples of collaborative working that have delivered outstanding outcomes on one or more new build or refurbishment projects. It rewards integrated processes that deliver comfortable, sustainable, low carbon, energy efficient buildings that satisfy the needs of the organisations and people who use them.
The value of collaborative working and integrated teams has been demonstrated on many outstanding projects and previous winners of the Building Performance Awards. The government construction strategy and the ongoing work of the BIM Task Force provides a clear focus in public sector procurement on driving out waste, meeting or beating cost benchmarks and delivering comfortable, sustainable, low carbon, energy efficient buildings that satisfy the needs of the organisations and people who use them. Collaborative working and integrated processes such as Building Information Modelling will be in increasing demand to achieve the targets set out in the strategy.
Entries from clients who have engaged in collaborative projects are particularly welcome.
Who should enter
Architects, clients, consultants, facilities management, contractors, building services engineers, quantity surveyors, property owners, product manufacturers, system designers, software consultants, building occupiers.
Entries may be submitted for collaborations either within the UK or overseas and should be for projects completed during the period 1 June 2013 - 31 August 2015. The judges will be considering completed entries which are accompanied a full year of operational data.
The judges will look for clear evidence of the following:
How you identified, involved and managed stakeholder. E.g. the project team, supply chain and building users.
Collaborative and effective team working practices: common processes such as effective use of BIM, shared IT and project documents, adoption of processes such as BS 1192 as well as effective communications within the team.
Details of any active specialist contributions to successful project delivery.
How a collaborative approach helped to focus on the whole life value, not just cost.
Measures taken to assist the delivery of project on time and on budget, in line with the client’s aspirations.
Building performance. E.g. energy consumption, operating costs etc
How a collaborative approach helped to overcome a particular barrier or obstacle in your project.
Client and occupant satisfaction with completed projects.
Download the Collaborative Working Partnership Award Entry Form
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