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Digital construction awards
|Digital Construction Awards 2022 July 12, book here for the event before May 20 for a discount. https://dca22.evessiocloud.com/live/en/page/table-booking|
The Digital Construction Awards have been running for a few years and celebrate the most pioneering projects, teams, and individuals championing innovation and technology in the built environment, whether at the bleeding edge of technology and digitalisation or exploring digital technologies and processes for the first time. The organisers want to share and recognise the incredible efforts from across the sector in driving our industry forward.
The 2022 awards are open to the entire industry. Run in partnership with Digital Construction Week, BIMplus, Construction Management and the Chartered Institute of Building. With 13 prestigious categories to enter, this is your chance to showcase the outstanding work you’ve been doing over the past 12 months.
 Best Application of Technology
This category will recognise the application of a specific technology or process. The manufacturer or vendor should not be the focus of your entry, rather it should focus on how the associated technology has been applied to a particular challenge or solved a specific problem. For example, rather than the USPs of a specific VR headset, in this case we would want to know how VR has changed the way you work or offer value to clients.
 Delivering net zero with digital innovation
This category recognises those organisations whose vision of the future is an industry that places great importance on carbon efficiency, an industry that continuously measures and manages carbon through all project stages, basing project decisions on CO2e emissions, not just cost and time.
Entries should focus on how digital tools, methods, and skills are improving the performance of projects and leading to lower emissions. This may include, but is not limited to DfMA, material selection, construction plant, equipment, labour, and transport and the role of technology and digitalisation in these areas.
 Digital construction project of the year - major project
This is not about one specific issue or challenge, but about how a digital approach has enabled better outcomes for a project overall. A major project is defined as one that is worth more than £10m in value.
 Digital construction project of the year - small project
This is not about one specific issue or challenge but about how a digital approach has enabled better outcomes for a project overall. The definition of ‘small project’ is any project below £10m in value.
 Digital excellence in a construction business
This category is not about the transformative nature of a particular solution or technology, but about the steps taken by an organisation to change the way it works and the positive impact this has had on is business.
 Digital excellence in a construction SME
This category is not about the transformative nature of a particular solution or technology, but about the steps taken by an SME organisation to change the way it works and the positive impact this has had on its business.
 Digital innovation in design
 Digital innovation in onsite productivity
 Digital construction champion of the year
text from the competition category list
- Building Automation and Control System BACS.
- Building management systems.
- Digital 21st century - Ramboll.
- Engineering Smart Cities.
- European connected and smart home market.
- In-building wireless.
- Internet of things.
- Internet of things market.
- Local area network.
- Mean lean green.
- Open data.
- Open data - how can it aid the development of the construction industry?
- PAS 180:2014 Smart cities – Vocabulary.
- PAS 181:2014 Smart city Framework. Guide to establishing strategies for smart.
- PAS 182 Smart city data concept model.
- Power over ethernet.
- Smart buildings.
- Smart cities design timeframe.
- Smart cities.
- Smart construction.
- Smart home.
- Smart technology.
- The smart buildings market.
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