Advise for 2021 Award Applicants
Posted: 09 April 2021
The CIBSE Australia and New Zealand Young Engineers Awards are waiting for your nomination or entry. The Awards recognise outstanding students, graduates and emerging professionals within the building services industry.
In line with the theme of Preparing for the Unknown, this year students, graduates and young engineers are each asked to respond to a question, relevant to their environment, experiences and level of industry exposure.
Read more about the award that’s right for you.
Now in its 5th year the CIBSE ANZ Young Engineers Awards have four tools that any applicant thinking of entering should view:
1. Young Engineers Awards - Panel Discussion
Most recently, CIBSE ANZ’s Young Engineers Network brought together some of the inspirational young engineer finalists from the 2020 CIBSE ANZ Awards to share their thoughts and ideas around some key building services issues. These included the role of sustainable development, the future of health and wellbeing of buildings, the impacts of working from home and of course their advice to students, graduates and young engineers thinking about entering the Awards this year.
2. Finalists’ Tips for preparing an entry
Read tips from past finalists here
3. Winners’ video submissions
View the video submissions from past winners here
4. 2021 Judging Panel’s views
We asked the 2021 Judging Panel what they think some key considerations are to creating lasting indoor spaces for an unknown future.
Read their responses here
Entries close on 27 May 2021.
Enter now for your chance to win one of the three $1000 prizes, stand out from your peers as a future thought leader and open conversations with the wider building community from around the ANZ region.
Three finalists in each category will be invited to attend the ceremony in Sydney on 22 July, with included flights and accommodation from anywhere in Australia and New Zealand**
Start your entry here
Thank you to our Award Sponsors:
**If social gathering restrictions, due to COVID, prevent hosting the ceremony in-person the Awards ceremony will be held online. A decision will be made closer to the event date.
Flights may be restricted from some destinations at the time of the event by government imposed boarder closures. Prizes do not include quarantine expenses. The event will be accessible via live stream for those unable to attend in-person.