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Building Health, Safety & Wellbeing Award

Building Health, Safety & Wellbeing Award


The award recognises commitment to exemplary health, safety and wellbeing management in the construction industry. This can be a building or project that has changed or transformed any aspect of health and safety to a significant extent through construction process, information or innovation.


The award will also consider, and can be presented to, an organisation or team of individuals who have developed and run an initiative that has made a significant impact on health, safety or wellbeing in the workplace.


Eligibility Criteria

Entry is open to any organisation, individual or project where there has been substantial involvement of a CABE Member. This includes the design, construction, assessment or engineering of a building project, or a substantive role in a research, teaching, education or academic context.

Projects must have been completed in 2019. Have questions? Here's a helpful FAQ on submitting for the Built Environment Awards.

Assessment Criteria

The judging panel will mark your submission against five criteria:

  1. Quality
  2. Impact
  3. Sustainability
  4. Inclusivity
  5. Client/User Satisfaction

Scoring for the Built Environment Awards is based on a weighted scoring matrix (see Submission form) to emphasise the different nature of each of these awards.


Submission Requirements

Download and complete the submission form, including a description of the project you wish to nominate. The description (between 1200-1500 words) should explain why the project is worthy of an award and; in particular; how it meets the assessment criteria.

You should also provide an explanation of how a CABE member played a significant role in the project and how this contributed to a building, or outcome, meriting an award.

Please provide any additional information necessary to help the awards panel understand the merits of your nominated project. This could include drawings, photographs, videos, animations, reports, assessments, certificated, evidence of performance, articles or press coverage or any other relevant material (JPEG, PDF and MP4 formats preferred).



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