Entries Double as NZ Commercial Project Awards Come of Age

Press Release – Commercial Projects Award

Entries Double as NZ Commercial Project Awards Come of Age
More than 60 of New Zealand’s top commercial properties will vie for national awards at this year’s New Zealand Commercial Project Awards – double the number of entries from 2015.

Four years into the Awards – an evolution of the Registered Master Builders Commercial Project Awards and open to all New Zealand commercial construction project partners – the competition received 63 entries across eight categories – Education, Health, Industrial, Civic and Commercial, Heritage and Restoration, Retail, Residential and Tourism and Leisure. The Awards aim to recognise not only the building itself – but also the team behind it.

“It’s fantastic to see such a huge support from the industry as the New Zealand Commercial Project Awards come of age,” says Awards spokesperson Greg Pritchard.

“This year we have many first time entrants from across the sector, including architects and engineers who have put forward some exciting new projects, while many of our previous winners are back with their latest achievements.

“It’s going to be a tough year for our judges. Every project entered is an example of commercial construction excellence with its own story of challenges overcome, and the best possible outcome for the team and client.”

Sponsored by industry heavyweights PlaceMakers, James Hardie, NALCO, GIB, and Allied Concrete, entrants in the Awards vie for gold, silver and bronze awards as well as national category wins and the coveted supreme award.

There are also four value-based awards, with categories ranging from projects under two million dollars through to over $15 million – and a special award for an “outstanding project or element of a project worthy of recognition”.

To view the properties in this year’s competition and for tickets to the Awards Gala evening to be held in Auckland at SkyCity on Friday, 6 May, go to the New Zealand Commercial Project Awards website.


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