The 2018 NASC Awards will feature seven categories, including Project of the Year and Health & Safety – which will both be split into Large and Small sub-categories – as well as the Apprentice of the Year and the Scaffolding Product Innovation award.
A new category, named the NASC President’s Award, has been added this year. This award recognises the achievements of NASC member companies in helping to realise the core objectives set out by NASC President and TRAD Group CEO Des Moore at the outset of his presidency.
Entry forms can be found below. The deadline for submission is Monday 3 September.
The winners of this year’s NASC Awards will be announced at the NASC 2018 Ball, taking place at the Sheraton Grand Hotel & Spa, Edinburgh, on Friday 23 November.
All entries will be considered for inclusion in the NASC Yearbook 2019 – published in conjunction with Construction Manager magazine and distributed to their 30,000 readers, all members of the Chartered Institute of Building (CIOB), directly to their address of choice – as well as the NASC 2019 Safety Report free of charge.
The shortlisted entries will also be showcased at the NASC AGM, held on the afternoon of the Ball at the same venue.
Robin James, NASC Managing Director, said: “We are delighted to launch the new-look 2018 NASC Awards, which this year not only feature a greater number of categories than ever before but also a much more streamlined entry process.
“These improvements are intended to make it easier for members of all sizes, working across all sectors, to submit entries across the various categories. Furthermore, we hope members will be encouraged to take part by the high-value incentives available to them by entering; with category winners receiving fantastic recognition for their achievements and all entries gaining the opportunity to feature in our 2019 Yearbook and Safety Reports, publications which reach a broad section of the construction industry.
“All entries will be assessed on individual merit, however the earlier they are submitted, the greater chance they will have of being included. We look forward to receiving your submissions.”
NASC 2018 AWARD ENTRY FORMS:
Recognising outstanding apprentices – both technical and non-technical. For scaffolding apprentices, this award is open to individuals employed by full contracting NASC members who are either currently undertaking a formal scaffolding apprenticeship delivered by a CISRS approved provider or have successfully completed the apprenticeship programme since June 2017.
This award celebrates excellence in health and safety. This category is open to full contracting NASC members that have 1-66 employees. To qualify for entry, your company must have complied with the requirements of the annual audit.
As above, this award recognised the highest standards in health and safety. This category is open to full contracting NASC members that have 67+ employees. To qualify for entry, your company must have complied with the requirements of the annual audit.
The award will celebrate the very best developments in new scaffolding materials and products from leading industry suppliers. Innovative entries from NASC member companies will be accepted for any widely-used scaffolding material, or access and scaffolding product. Innovative products should have been in use in the year to 31 August 2018.
Have you completed a project that was technically interesting or complex, required a high level of planning or needed careful project management? Then enter the Project of the Year award. This award is open to full contracting NASC members with a turnover up to £5 million. Eligible scaffolding projects should be recent or current and started within the past 18 months.
As above, showcase your excellent work by entering the Project of the Year award. This award is open to full contracting NASC members with a turnover in excess of £5 million. Eligible scaffolding projects should be recent or current and started within the past 18 months.
This inaugural award recognises the achievements of members in helping to realise the core objectives set out by NASC President and TRAD Group CEO Des Moore at the outset of his presidency. This award is open to all NASC full members.