The BIM Awards honour and recognise the world’s best BIM work and those who created it, by celebrating their exceptional and innovative use of BIM in the built environment.
Nominations are now open for the 2020 event.
The BIM Awards recognise and celebrate the innovators of digital construction, seeking out and rewarding those who are redefining the construction industry.
From the rising stars to the BIM specialists, and the projects large and small, we want your nominations.
The BIM Awards are FREE to enter and the deadline for entries is Thursday 07 November 2019.
All projects entered must relate to the calendar period from 1 January to 31 December 2019, either starting or completing (or both) in this time frame.
This award is for a project with a value above £10m. What makes this project the shining example and what you have done that your competitors have not achieved? Projects will be judged on their innovative use of digital construction methods, digital design processes, sustainability performance and overall outcomes
This award is for a project with a value below £10m. What makes this project the shining example and what you have done that your competitors have not achieved? Projects will be judged on their innovative use of digital construction methods, digital design processes, sustainability performance and overall outcomes
The product or software should boost BIM project delivery and helps us work smarter. Your entry must include details of; what it is, what/who it’s for and how it works. We also want to see the demonstrable evidence and tangible benefits of improved productivity after the product was introduced. Along with success of the product, we will also be judging on creativity and originality
Entries for this category can either be from a training programme provider or an in-house initiative. It’s open to anyone who has created programmes and packages. We want to see the reasons for your training needs and the objectives set for the implementation of the programme, the process you followed and the post-training results
This award honours individuals who have influenced the built environment or shown significant promise for future contributions to live projects. This category is for people with less than 5 years experience. Any nominations would be submitted with the candidate’s permission or self-nominations welcome
We’re looking for effective use of BIM on project designs and in-house delivery. What makes you digitally design led and why? Highlight your firms approach to BIM and provide demonstrable evidence through projects and construction work, focusing on the outstanding features of this work, including innovative solutions to difficult problems and what your firm is doing differently to others
BIM Specialist is one of a key provider of BIM knowledge, understanding and guidance, they will be coordinating the project models and data, therefore in this category we want to see how you do this, the process you take and what this means to a project. Tell us how you deliver your consultancy to solve problems, how you manage information within a project and what support and or training you offer your clients. Please use examples and reference to case studies for on-going and completed projects
We’re looking for evidence of your BIM adoption level and implementation on projects. How you manage your supply chain and coordinate the data. Highlight your firms approach to BIM and provide demonstrable evidence of projects upon which you’ve used BIM and how it’s been delivered. We’re looking for evidence of 3D capabilities, levels of collaboration and information/data management
This Award is for a client that’s taken a risk and embraced BIM and digital construction processes to achieve real results. We’re looking for clients who incorporated outstanding strategic planning and project management, combined with innovative thinking with economic impact. Any nominations would be submitted with the candidate’s permission or self-nominations welcome
How is BIM being used for good? What practices are being adopted that see BIM being used in an innovative and effective way to help the environment and others? We want to hear about all the ways that you’re using BIM for good – this could be helping to reduce carbon emissions, creating safer environments, or making efficiencies in public sector buildings and infrastructure.