The cloud-based visual collaboration software specialist is sponsoring the Digital Construction Project of the Year award.
The Digital Construction Awards celebrate best practice and reward innovation in the application of BIM and digital technology in the built environment sector. The awards are run by Digital Construction Week (DCW), the Chartered Institute of Building, and Construction Management and BIMplus.
Rhys Lewis, director EMEA at Revizto, said: “Being part of the Digital Construction Awards 2022 was a great success for the Revizto team. We look forward to celebrating digital excellence in construction again this year.”
Construction Management editor Will Mann and DCW co-founder Ollie Hughes said: “It’s fantastic to welcome Revizto back as our first sponsor for the 2023 awards. We’re delighted that Rhys and his team share our vision.”
The Digital Construction Project of the Year award celebrates what can be achieved through the successful implementation and adoption of digital technologies and processes on a project. It’s not about one specific issue or challenge, but how a digital approach has enabled better outcomes for a project overall.
Judges will be looking for clear and thought-out client requirements and engagement, collaborative dialogue and engagement with supply chain, and how this has enabled better project outcomes.
Entries can focus on projects of any capital value. Judges will review the entries in the light of the size/scope of the entrants, and thus judge entries from SMEs alongside those from major contractors.
The deadline for entries is 10 March. Enter now.
There are another 11 categories.
The shortlisted entrants will be revealed on 9 May. The winners will be revealed at the awards ceremony on 4 July at The Brewery in London.
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