12 November 2020

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HOW TO ENTER, CATEGORIES AND ENTRY FORMS

HOW TO ENTER

 

Entries for the 2020 Awards should cover demolition and related work that either started or was completed during the period 1 July 2019 through to 30 June 2020. Entries can be made for contracts that started before July 2019 provided they were completed during the above time frame. Entries can also be made covering contracts begun during this time frame where work is currently still ongoing but the basis for the entry must be for elements of the contract that have already been completed.

 

The basic idea is simple – the judges will want all entrants to tell them why they think their company, project or product is special, and why it should be selected as a winner.

 

Companies can submit entries for more than one award, and more than one entry per category, should they so wish. However, specific projects may only be entered for one category, for example. Contract of the Year or Urban Demolition Award, not both. There is no charge for entering.

 

All entries MUST be on the official form for the relevant category, which you can download from this website. Entries must include:

  • an Awards Statement (maximum 1,200 words) stating the key reasons why it should be considered by the judges
  • an Executive Summary (maximum 250 words) for publication in Demolition & Recycling International
  • three ‘bullet points’ (15-20 words each) highlighting notable features of the project or product
  • Supporting information as specified on the entry form.
  • Entries submitted without this information will not be considered.

 

 

 

DEADLINE FOR ENTRIES

30 - 06 – 2020

 

e-mail entries to: Steve Ducker, D&Ri editor: steve.ducker@khl.com

 

 

 

CONTRACT OF THE YEAR UNDER US$1 MILLION

 

Who can enter? Open to all demolition contractors.

 

This category is for specific high profile demolition projects with a contract value below US$1 million that imposed major challenges to successful completion or which required an innovative demolition approach. Entries should demonstrate these challenges and how they were successfully overcome, on time, within budget and safely. Submissions should include demolition methodology statements, site waste management plans and any other relevant project documentation that will allow the judges to validate the Award Statement. Client testimonials concerning the work carried out should also be supplied if possible.

 

 

 

 

 

CONTRACT OF THE YEAR US$1 MILLION OR OVER

 

Who can enter? Open to all demolition contractors.

 

This category is for specific high profile  demolition projects with a contract value in excess of US$1 million that imposed major challenges to successful completion or which required an innovative demolition approach. Entries should demonstrate these challenges and how they were successfully overcome, on time, within budget and with an exemplary safely. Submissions should include demolition methodology statements, site waste management plans and any other relevant project documentation that will allow the judges to validate the Award Statement. Client testimonials concerning the work carried out should also be supplied if possible.

 

 

 

 

 

SAFETY & TRAINING AWARD

 

Who can enter? Open to all demolition contractors.

 

Safety and training go hand in hand. Entries should clearly show how the company has established an effective methodology to ensure safety during its daily operations through an company-wide safety and training ethos. Entries should include information on lost-time incidents and injuries, and training programmes instituted and undertaken.

 

 

 

 

 

COLLABORATION AWARD

 

Who can enter? Open to all demolition contractors.

 

This award will be made to contractors involved in specific projects that required a high degree of collaboration between all parties involved, including demolition contractor, main contractor and client. Entries should show the levels of collaboration achieved and the benefits that these generated to achieve a successful outcome. The judges will require statements/information from all involved parties concerning their individual view of the success of collaboration, along with full project details indicating any elements whereby collaboration was essential in achieving successful completion of the overall project and/or specific phases.

 

 

 

 

 

EXPLOSIVE DEMOLITION AWARD

 

Who can enter? Open to all demolition contractors.

 

Tell the judges why your blow-down contract should receive an award. It may have been unusually complex or demanding. It would have been delivered on time and budget, and completed safely. A client testimonial would normally be expected, and control of noise, pollution and disturbance will be taken into account. Primary criteria against which entries will be assessed are: Professionalism/ Expertise; Contract Complexity; Impact Minimisation & Neighbourhood relations; Client Satisfaction

 

 

 

 

 

URBAN DEMOLITION AWARD

 

Who can enter? Open to all demolition contractors

 

Tell the judges why your confined space or urban demolition contract should receive an award. It may have been unusually complex or demanding. It would have been delivered on time and budget, and completed safely. A client testimonial is expected, and control of noise, pollution and disturbance will be considered. Primary criteria against which entries will be assessed are: Professionalism/Expertise; Impact Minimisation; Neighbourhood Relations Management; Client Satisfaction. Depending on the number of entries this may be split into two sections as in 2018 and 2019.

 

 

 

 

 

INDUSTRIAL DEMOLITION AWARD

 

Who can enter? Open to all demolition contractors.

 

Tell the judges why your industrial contract should receive an award. It may have been unusually complex or demanding. It would have been delivered on time and budget, and completed safely. A client testimonial is expected, and control of noise, pollution and disturbance will be considered. Primary criteria against which entries will be assessed are: Professionalism/ Expertise; Hazard Remediation – Approach and Success; Approach to Recycling; Client Satisfaction

 

 

 

 

 

CIVILS DEMOLITION AWARD

 

Who can enter? Open to all demolition contractors.

 

Tell the judges why your civil engineering/infrastructure demolition contract should receive an award. It may have been unusually complex or demanding. It would have been delivered on time and budget, and completed safely. A client testimonial is expected. Primary criteria against which entries will be assessed are: Overall Professionalism/ Expertise; Overcoming the Specific Challenge; Financial & Schedule Management; Safety Record; Client Satisfaction

 

 

 

 

 

RECYCLING & ENVIRONMENTAL DEMOLITION AWARD

 

Who can enter? Open to all demolition contractors.

 

The winner of this category will be able to demonstrate a commitment to reducing the environmental impact of its operations. As well as clear evidence of effective recycling strategies, the judges will be looking for evidence of “green” working practices, investment in cleaner equipment and effective control of noise, pollution and disturbance. Primary criteria against which entries will be assessed are: Professionalism/Expertise; Environmental Impact Management; Approach to Recycling; Client Satisfaction

 

 

 

 

 

MANUFACTURERS’ INNOVATION AWARD: PLANT & EQUIPMENT

 

This category recognises an innovative approach to the design and engineering of new mobile plant introduced between 1 July 2019 and 30 June 2020 that meets the specific requirements of the demolition and recycling industries. Submissions should objectively demonstrate what is special or unique about the product and include background product development, the design requirements it had to meet and full product specifications. Please do not include sales brochures or other promotional material as part of the submission

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

MANUFACTURERS’ INNOVATION AWARD: TOOLS & ATTACHMENTS

 

This category recognises a new attachment, hand tool or other product not covered by the Plant & Equipment category brought to market specifically for the demolition sector between 1 July 2019 and 30 June 2020. Submissions should objectively demonstrate what is special or unique about the product and include background to product development, the design requirements it had to meet and full product specifications. Please do not include sales brochures or other promotional material as part of the submission

 

 

 

 

 

 

WORLD DEMOLITION AWARD (‘BEST OF THE BEST’)

The international judging panel will make an overall award to the entry that they believe to be the best across all categories. This award is not open to entries.

 

NEW ENTRANT AWARD

This is presented to the highest scoring company (excluding winners of other categories) that has entered the World Demolition Awards for the first time or after an absence of at least three years. It is not open to entries.

 

 

e-mail entries to: Steve Ducker, D&Ri editor: steve.ducker@khl.com

 

The deadline for entries

30 - 06 - 2020

 

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