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Recognising successfully delivered project outcomes 

This category recognises outstanding new commercial and mixed used buildings where the primary function/focus is on providing high quality lettable space.

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Judges will be scoring your entry against these six key criteria:


Criteria 1: Outcome
Demonstrate how the project has hit the brief, delivering a satisfied client and providing real user benefit and value beyond cost.

Judges will consider: extent of client satisfaction including delivery to cost/time/quality; extent of end user satisfaction in particular any improvement in service performance attributed to the project; judges will also consider impact on other, broader, stakeholders and the extent to which the project is harmonious with its environment and adds social value for the local community.


Criteria 2: Digital mindset

Demonstrate how the project team used the latest digital tools and thinking to provide better project outcomes

Judges will consider: the extent to which the project team has pushed the boundaries for improving quality of design and efficiency and productivity of construction through use of digital tools; to what extent was standardisation/modularisation/offsite construction considered?; has the project developed a digital twin?


Criteria 3: Carbon reduction

Demonstrate use of sustainable materials and processes throughout the project, as well as design changes made to the project. Projects will be assessed on the savings made in both embodied and operational carbon.

Judges will consider: whether PAS 2080 principles have been adopted; how carbon reduction/sustainability was addressed at tender stage; how did carbon reduction change the design approach; was a carbon budget set?; was reduction in carbon measured?; where different materials or processes used to reduce carbon/improve sustainability


Criteria 4: Climate resilience

Demonstrate decision making process to boost climate resilience of the finished project to future proof the work against the effects of climate change

Judges will consider: how the design differs from similar project delivered previously in terms of climate resilience; how the need for climate resilience was assessed; how the risk was addressed without additional hard engineering solutions; whether mitigation measures that benefit the wider community were adopted


Criteria 5: Collaborative working

Demonstrate how closer, more collaborative working has driven better project outcomes in terms of cost, time, quality or any of factor considered crucial to the client.

Judges will consider innovative procurement methods and other approaches to supply chain engagement; has the project explored a enterprise-style model as promoted by Project 13?; is there evidence of shared outcomes and a fair allocation of risk and reward?


Criteria 6: Getting it Right

Demonstrate how senior project team leaders created a positive working environment with strong values around equality, diversity and inclusivity; health, safety and wellbeing; community engagement and skills development. 

Judges will look for clear evidence of action on equality, diversity and inclusivity; a strong health and safety record; action on worker wellbeing; active community engagement throughout the project; and initiatives to work with local schools and colleges and offer employment to local people

You should ensure your entry provides sufficient detail on all five criteria.


Projects in this category must have been completed between 1 July 2021 and 1 July 2023.

Agreement of the client, lead contractor and lead engineer/architect is required to complete submission of the entry.

Shortlisted projects in this category will be judged by live face to face presentations from our judging panel.

Submission details (max 1,250 words)

  • A precise version of the full name of the project as it may appear in Awards marketing material (no more than 5 words)
  • The full and proper name of the project and a brief description of what the project is with a focus on the outcome (50 words max)
  • A fuller written description of the key reason/s why this project should be considered for this award, which pays attention to all six criteria being assessed. You can address each in turn or cover them all off collectively. Please remember to give clear reasoning with quantitative and qualitative evidence (where possible) as to why this project is deserving of award (max 1,200 words)


Please ensure you read and adhere to the requirements set out below in order for your entry to be accepted.


Entry Requirements

  • Project must have been completed between 1 July 2021 and 1 July 2023
  • Maximum 1 page Layout plans – A4
  • Maximum 3 images with no annotation or logos added


All entries to be submitted electronically as a pdf only – All images and drawings must be submitted as separate files either as (A4 sized) jpegs or pdfs.



This category recognises the value of exceptional buildings and facilities in enhancing communities and contributing to their health and wellbeing, whether it is a leisure centre, museum, gallery, library or religion-based development.

£ 399.00 +VAT (20%)
You have used the multi-select option by clicking a checkbox.
Process or clear your selections to enable the item buttons.

Judges will be scoring your entry against these six key criteria:


Criteria 1: Outcome
Demonstrate how the project has hit the brief, delivering a satisfied client and providing real user benefit and value beyond cost.

Judges will consider: extent of client satisfaction including delivery to cost/time/quality; extent of end user satisfaction in particular any improvement in service performance attributed to the project; judges will also consider impact on other, broader, stakeholders and the extent to which the project is harmonious with its environment and adds social value for the local community.


Criteria 2: Digital mindset

Demonstrate how the project team used the latest digital tools and thinking to provide better project outcomes

Judges will consider: the extent to which the project team has pushed the boundaries for improving quality of design and efficiency and productivity of construction through use of digital tools; to what extent was standardisation/modularisation/offsite construction considered?; has the project developed a digital twin?


Criteria 3: Carbon reduction

Demonstrate use of sustainable materials and processes throughout the project, as well as design changes made to the project. Projects will be assessed on the savings made in both embodied and operational carbon.

Judges will consider: whether PAS 2080 principles have been adopted; how carbon reduction/sustainability was addressed at tender stage; how did carbon reduction change the design approach; was a carbon budget set?; was reduction in carbon measured?; where different materials or processes used to reduce carbon/improve sustainability


Criteria 4: Climate resilience

Demonstrate decision making process to boost climate resilience of the finished project to future proof the work against the effects of climate change

Judges will consider: how the design differs from similar project delivered previously in terms of climate resilience; how the need for climate resilience was assessed; how the risk was addressed without additional hard engineering solutions; whether mitigation measures that benefit the wider community were adopted


Criteria 5: Collaborative working

Demonstrate how closer, more collaborative working has driven better project outcomes in terms of cost, time, quality or any of factor considered crucial to the client.

Judges will consider innovative procurement methods and other approaches to supply chain engagement; has the project explored a enterprise-style model as promoted by Project 13?; is there evidence of shared outcomes and a fair allocation of risk and reward?


Criteria 6: Getting it Right

Demonstrate how senior project team leaders created a positive working environment with strong values around equality, diversity and inclusivity; health, safety and wellbeing; community engagement and skills development.

Judges will look for clear evidence of action on equality, diversity and inclusivity; a strong health and safety record; action on worker wellbeing; active community engagement throughout the project; and initiatives to work with local schools and colleges and offer employment to local people

You should ensure your entry provides sufficient detail on all five criteria. 


Projects in this category must have been completed between 1 July 2021 and 1 July 2023.

Agreement of the client, lead contractor and lead engineer/architect is required to complete submission of the entry.

Shortlisted projects in this category will be judged by live face to face presentations from our judging panel.


Submission details (max 1,250 words)

  • A precise version of the full name of the project as it may appear in Awards marketing material (no more than 5 words)
  • The full and proper name of the project and a brief description of what the project is with a focus on the outcome (50 words max)
  • A fuller written description of the key reason/s why this project should be considered for this award, which pays attention to all six criteria being assessed. You can address each in turn or cover them all off collectively. Please remember to give clear reasoning with quantitative and qualitative evidence (where possible) as to why this project is deserving of award (max 1,200 words)


Please ensure you read and adhere to the requirements set out below in order for your entry to be accepted.


Entry Requirements

  • Project must have been completed between 1 July 2021 and 1 July 2023
  • Maximum 1 page Layout plans – A4
  • Maximum 3 images with no annotation or logos added


All entries to be submitted electronically as a pdf only – All images and drawings must be submitted as separate files either as (A4 sized) jpegs or pdfs.



This category recognises projects that are delivering environmental improvements for local communities and regions by mitigating the impact of extreme weather and climate change on people, properties and business.

£ 399.00 +VAT (20%)
You have used the multi-select option by clicking a checkbox.
Process or clear your selections to enable the item buttons.

Judges will be scoring your entry against these six key criteria:


Criteria 1: Outcome

Demonstrate how the project has hit the brief, delivering a satisfied client and providing real user benefit and value beyond cost.

Judges will consider: extent of client satisfaction including delivery to cost/time/quality; extent of end user satisfaction in particular any improvement in service performance attributed to the project; judges will also consider impact on other, broader, stakeholders and the extent to which the project is harmonious with its environment and adds social value for the local community.


Criteria 2: Digital mindset

Demonstrate how the project team used the latest digital tools and thinking to provide better project outcomes.

Judges will consider: the extent to which the project team has pushed the boundaries for improving quality of design and efficiency and productivity of construction through use of digital tools; to what extent was standardisation/modularisation/offsite construction considered?; has the project developed a digital twin?


Criteria 3: Carbon reduction

Demonstrate use of sustainable materials and processes throughout the project, as well as design changes made to the project. Projects will be assessed on the savings made in both embodied and operational carbon.

Judges will consider: whether PAS 2080 principles have been adopted; how carbon reduction/sustainability was addressed at tender stage; how did carbon reduction change the design approach; was a carbon budget set?; was reduction in carbon measured?; where different materials or processes used to reduce carbon/improve sustainability


Criteria 4: Climate resilience

Demonstrate decision making process to boost climate resilience of the finished project to future proof the work against the effects of climate change. 

Judges will consider: how the design differs from similar project delivered previously in terms of climate resilience; how the need for climate resilience was assessed; how the risk was addressed without additional hard engineering solutions; whether mitigation measures that benefit the wider community were adopted


Criteria 5: Collaborative working

Demonstrate how closer, more collaborative working has driven better project outcomes in terms of cost, time, quality or any of factor considered crucial to the client.

Judges will consider innovative procurement methods and other approaches to supply chain engagement; has the project explored a enterprise-style model as promoted by Project 13?; is there evidence of shared outcomes and a fair allocation of risk and reward?


Criteria 6: Getting it Right

Demonstrate how senior project team leaders created a positive working environment with strong values around equality, diversity and inclusivity; health, safety and wellbeing; community engagement and skills development.

Judges will look for clear evidence of action on equality, diversity and inclusivity; a strong health and safety record; action on worker wellbeing; active community engagement throughout the project; and initiatives to work with local schools and colleges and offer employment to local people

You should ensure your entry provides sufficient detail on all five criteria.


Projects in this category must have been completed between 1 July 2021 and 1 July 2023.

Agreement of the client, lead contractor and lead engineer/architect is required to complete submission of the entry.

Shortlisted projects in this category will be judged by live face to face presentations from our judging panel.


Submission details (max 1,250 words)

  • A precise version of the full name of the project as it may appear in Awards marketing material (no more than 5 words)
  • The full and proper name of the project and a brief description of what the project is with a focus on the outcome (50 words max)
  • A fuller written description of the key reason/s why this project should be considered for this award, which pays attention to all six criteria being assessed. You can address each in turn or cover them all off collectively. Please remember to give clear reasoning with quantitative and qualitative evidence (where possible) as to why this project is deserving of award (max 1,200 words)


Please ensure you read and adhere to the requirements set out below in order for your entry to be accepted.


Entry Requirements

  • Project must have been completed between 1 July 2021 and 1 July 2023
  • Maximum 1 page Layout plans – A4
  • Maximum 3 images with no annotation or logos added  


All entries to be submitted electronically as a pdf only – All images and drawings must be submitted as separate files either as (A4 sized) jpegs or pdfs.



This category recognises the value of exceptional buildings in meeting Britain’s housing needs whether it is a small residential development, major new community development, student accommodation or senior living development. The category is open to all projects where housing/accommodation provision is the primary purpose. The entire project does not have to be completed but the phase of work that the entry centres on must be complete.

£ 399.00 +VAT (20%)
You have used the multi-select option by clicking a checkbox.
Process or clear your selections to enable the item buttons.

Judges will be scoring your entry against these six key criteria:


Criteria 1: Outcome
Demonstrate how the project has hit the brief, delivering a satisfied client and providing real user benefit and value beyond cost.

Judges will consider: extent of client satisfaction including delivery to cost/time/quality; extent of end user satisfaction in particular any improvement in service performance attributed to the project; judges will also consider impact on other, broader, stakeholders and the extent to which the project is harmonious with its environment and adds social value for the local community.


Criteria 2: Digital mindset

Demonstrate how the project team used the latest digital tools and thinking to provide better project outcomes

Judges will consider: the extent to which the project team has pushed the boundaries for improving quality of design and efficiency and productivity of construction through use of digital tools; to what extent was standardisation/modularisation/offsite construction considered?; has the project developed a digital twin?


Criteria 3: Carbon reduction

Demonstrate use of sustainable materials and processes throughout the project, as well as design changes made to the project. Projects will be assessed on the savings made in both embodied and operational carbon.

Judges will consider: whether PAS 2080 principles have been adopted; how carbon reduction/sustainability was addressed at tender stage; how did carbon reduction change the design approach; was a carbon budget set?; was reduction in carbon measured?; where different materials or processes used to reduce carbon/improve sustainability


Criteria 4: Climate resilience

Demonstrate decision making process to boost climate resilience of the finished project to future proof the work against the effects of climate change

Judges will consider: how the design differs from similar project delivered previously in terms of climate resilience; how the need for climate resilience was assessed; how the risk was addressed without additional hard engineering solutions; whether mitigation measures that benefit the wider community were adopted


Criteria 5: Collaborative working

Demonstrate how closer, more collaborative working has driven better project outcomes in terms of cost, time, quality or any of factor considered crucial to the client.

Judges will consider innovative procurement methods and other approaches to supply chain engagement; has the project explored a enterprise-style model as promoted by Project 13?; is there evidence of shared outcomes and a fair allocation of risk and reward?


Criteria 6: Getting it Right

Demonstrate how senior project team leaders created a positive working environment with strong values around equality, diversity and inclusivity; health, safety and wellbeing; community engagement and skills development. 

Judges will look for clear evidence of action on equality, diversity and inclusivity; a strong health and safety record; action on worker wellbeing; active community engagement throughout the project; and initiatives to work with local schools and colleges and offer employment to local people.

You should ensure your entry provides sufficient detail on all five criteria.


Projects in this category must have been completed between 1 July 2021 and 1 July 2023. 

Agreement of the client, lead contractor and lead engineer/architect is required to complete submission of the entry.

Shortlisted projects in this category will be judged by live face to face presentations from our judging panel.


Submission details (max 1,250 words)

  • A precise version of the full name of the project as it may appear in Awards marketing material (no more than 5 words)
  • The full and proper name of the project and a brief description of what the project is with a focus on the outcome (50 words max)
  • A fuller written description of the key reason/s why this project should be considered for this award, which pays attention to all six criteria being assessed. You can address each in turn or cover them all off collectively. Please remember to give clear reasoning with quantitative and qualitative evidence (where possible) as to why this project is deserving of award (max 1,200 words)


Please ensure you read and adhere to the requirements set out below in order for your entry to be accepted.


Entry Requirements

  • Project must have been completed between 1 July 2021 and 1 July 2023
  • Maximum 1 page Layout plans – A4
  • Maximum 3 images with no annotation or logos added


All entries to be submitted electronically as a pdf only – All images and drawings must be submitted as separate files either as (A4 sized) jpegs or pdfs.

This category recognises schools, colleges, universities, hospitals, research facilities, law courts, prisons and other civic buildings that contribute towards improved social service provision in the UK.

£ 399.00 +VAT (20%)
You have used the multi-select option by clicking a checkbox.
Process or clear your selections to enable the item buttons.

Judges will be scoring your entry against these six key criteria:


Criteria 1: Outcome
Demonstrate how the project has hit the brief, delivering a satisfied client and providing real user benefit and value beyond cost.

Judges will consider: extent of client satisfaction including delivery to cost/time/quality; extent of end user satisfaction in particular any improvement in service performance attributed to the project; judges will also consider impact on other, broader, stakeholders and the extent to which the project is harmonious with its environment and adds social value for the local community.


Criteria 2: Digital mindset

Demonstrate how the project team used the latest digital tools and thinking to provide better project outcomes.

Judges will consider: the extent to which the project team has pushed the boundaries for improving quality of design and efficiency and productivity of construction through use of digital tools; to what extent was standardisation/modularisation/offsite construction considered?; has the project developed a digital twin? 


Criteria 3: Carbon reduction

Demonstrate use of sustainable materials and processes throughout the project, as well as design changes made to the project. Projects will be assessed on the savings made in both embodied and operational carbon.

Judges will consider: whether PAS 2080 principles have been adopted; how carbon reduction/sustainability was addressed at tender stage; how did carbon reduction change the design approach; was a carbon budget set?; was reduction in carbon measured?; where different materials or processes used to reduce carbon/improve sustainability.


Criteria 4: Climate resilience

Demonstrate decision making process to boost climate resilience of the finished project to future proof the work against the effects of climate change.

Judges will consider: how the design differs from similar project delivered previously in terms of climate resilience; how the need for climate resilience was assessed; how the risk was addressed without additional hard engineering solutions; whether mitigation measures that benefit the wider community were adopted. 


Criteria 5: Collaborative working

Demonstrate how closer, more collaborative working has driven better project outcomes in terms of cost, time, quality or any of factor considered crucial to the client.

Judges will consider innovative procurement methods and other approaches to supply chain engagement; has the project explored a enterprise-style model as promoted by Project 13?; is there evidence of shared outcomes and a fair allocation of risk and reward?


Criteria 6: Getting it Right

Demonstrate how senior project team leaders created a positive working environment with strong values around equality, diversity and inclusivity; health, safety and wellbeing; community engagement and skills development.

Judges will look for clear evidence of action on equality, diversity and inclusivity; a strong health and safety record; action on worker wellbeing; active community engagement throughout the project; and initiatives to work with local schools and colleges and offer employment to local people

You should ensure your entry provides sufficient detail on all five criteria.


Projects in this category must have been completed between 1 July 2021 and 1 July 2023.

Agreement of the client, lead contractor and lead engineer/architect is required to complete submission of the entry.

Shortlisted projects in this category will be judged by live face to face presentations from our judging panel.


Submission details (max 1,250 words)

  • A precise version of the full name of the project as it may appear in Awards marketing material (no more than 5 words)
  • The full and proper name of the project and a brief description of what the project is with a focus on the outcome (50 words max)
  • A fuller written description of the key reason/s why this project should be considered for this award, which pays attention to all six criteria being assessed. You can address each in turn or cover them all off collectively. Please remember to give clear reasoning with quantitative and qualitative evidence (where possible) as to why this project is deserving of award (max 1,200 words)


Please ensure you read and adhere to the requirements set out below in order for your entry to be accepted.


Entry Requirements

  • Project must have been completed between 1 July 2021 and 1 July 2023
  • Maximum 1 page Layout plans – A4
  • Maximum 3 images with no annotation or logos added


All entries to be submitted electronically as a pdf only – All images and drawings must be submitted as separate files either as (A4 sized) jpegs or pdfs.


This category recognises transport projects that are enhancing capacity, providing better connectivity or improving helping to improve reliability of local, regional or national transport services.

£ 399.00 +VAT (20%)
You have used the multi-select option by clicking a checkbox.
Process or clear your selections to enable the item buttons.

Judges will be scoring your entry against these six key criteria:


Criteria 1: Outcome
Demonstrate how the project has hit the brief, delivering a satisfied client and providing real user benefit and value beyond cost.

Judges will consider: extent of client satisfaction including delivery to cost/time/quality; extent of end user satisfaction in particular any improvement in service performance attributed to the project; judges will also consider impact on other, broader, stakeholders and the extent to which the project is harmonious with its environment and adds social value for the local community.


Criteria 2: Digital mindset

Demonstrate how the project team used the latest digital tools and thinking to provide better project outcomes. 

Judges will consider: the extent to which the project team has pushed the boundaries for improving quality of design and efficiency and productivity of construction through use of digital tools; to what extent was standardisation/modularisation/offsite construction considered?; has the project developed a digital twin?


Criteria 3: Carbon reduction

Demonstrate use of sustainable materials and processes throughout the project, as well as design changes made to the project. Projects will be assessed on the savings made in both embodied and operational carbon.

Judges will consider: whether PAS 2080 principles have been adopted; how carbon reduction/sustainability was addressed at tender stage; how did carbon reduction change the design approach; was a carbon budget set?; was reduction in carbon measured?; where different materials or processes used to reduce carbon/improve sustainability


Criteria 4: Climate resilience

Demonstrate decision making process to boost climate resilience of the finished project to future proof the work against the effects of climate change

Judges will consider: how the design differs from similar project delivered previously in terms of climate resilience; how the need for climate resilience was assessed; how the risk was addressed without additional hard engineering solutions; whether mitigation measures that benefit the wider community were adopted


Criteria 5: Collaborative working

Demonstrate how closer, more collaborative working has driven better project outcomes in terms of cost, time, quality or any of factor considered crucial to the client.

Judges will consider innovative procurement methods and other approaches to supply chain engagement; has the project explored a enterprise-style model as promoted by Project 13?; is there evidence of shared outcomes and a fair allocation of risk and reward?


Criteria 6: Getting it Right

Demonstrate how senior project team leaders created a positive working environment with strong values around equality, diversity and inclusivity; health, safety and wellbeing; community engagement and skills development.

Judges will look for clear evidence of action on equality, diversity and inclusivity; a strong health and safety record; action on worker wellbeing; active community engagement throughout the project; and initiatives to work with local schools and colleges and offer employment to local people

You should ensure your entry provides sufficient detail on all five criteria.


Projects in this category must have been completed between 1 July 2021 and 1 July 2023.

Agreement of the client, lead contractor and lead engineer/architect is required to complete submission of the entry.

Shortlisted projects in this category will be judged by live face to face presentations from our judging panel.


Submission details (max 1,250 words)

  • A precise version of the full name of the project as it may appear in Awards marketing material (no more than 5 words)
  • The full and proper name of the project and a brief description of what the project is with a focus on the outcome (50 words max)
  • A fuller written description of the key reason/s why this project should be considered for this award, which pays attention to all six criteria being assessed. You can address each in turn or cover them all off collectively. Please remember to give clear reasoning with quantitative and qualitative evidence (where possible) as to why this project is deserving of award (max 1,200 words)


Please ensure you read and adhere to the requirements set out below in order for your entry to be accepted.


Entry Requirements

  • Project must have been completed between 1 July 2021 and 1 July 2023
  • Maximum 1 page Layout plans – A4
  • Maximum 3 images with no annotation or logos added


All entries to be submitted electronically as a pdf only – All images and drawings must be submitted as separate files either as (A4 sized) jpegs or pdfs.



This category recognises maintenance and renewal projects in any sector that may be standalone, one-off projects or form part of an ongoing operations or maintenance programme.

£ 399.00 +VAT (20%)
You have used the multi-select option by clicking a checkbox.
Process or clear your selections to enable the item buttons.

Judges will be scoring your entry against these six key criteria:


Criteria 1: Outcome
Demonstrate how the project has hit the brief, delivering a satisfied client and providing real user benefit and value beyond cost.

Judges will consider: extent of client satisfaction including delivery to cost/time/quality; extent of end user satisfaction in particular any improvement in service performance attributed to the project; judges will also consider impact on other, broader, stakeholders and the extent to which the project is harmonious with its environment and adds social value for the local community.


Criteria 2: Digital mindset

Demonstrate how the project team used the latest digital tools and thinking to provide better project outcomes

Judges will consider: the extent to which the project team has pushed the boundaries for improving quality of design and efficiency and productivity of construction through use of digital tools; to what extent was standardisation/modularisation/offsite construction considered?; has the project developed a digital twin?


Criteria 3: Carbon reduction

Demonstrate use of sustainable materials and processes throughout the project, as well as design changes made to the project. Projects will be assessed on the savings made in both embodied and operational carbon.

Judges will consider: whether PAS 2080 principles have been adopted; how carbon reduction/sustainability was addressed at tender stage; how did carbon reduction change the design approach; was a carbon budget set?; was reduction in carbon measured?; where different materials or processes used to reduce carbon/improve sustainability


Criteria 4: Climate resilience

Demonstrate decision making process to boost climate resilience of the finished project to future proof the work against the effects of climate change

Judges will consider: how the design differs from similar project delivered previously in terms of climate resilience; how the need for climate resilience was assessed; how the risk was addressed without additional hard engineering solutions; whether mitigation measures that benefit the wider community were adopted


Criteria 5: Collaborative working

Demonstrate how closer, more collaborative working has driven better project outcomes in terms of cost, time, quality or any of factor considered crucial to the client.

Judges will consider innovative procurement methods and other approaches to supply chain engagement; has the project explored a enterprise-style model as promoted by Project 13?; is there evidence of shared outcomes and a fair allocation of risk and reward?


Criteria 6: Getting it Right

Demonstrate how senior project team leaders created a positive working environment with strong values around equality, diversity and inclusivity; health, safety and wellbeing; community engagement and skills development.

Judges will look for clear evidence of action on equality, diversity and inclusivity; a strong health and safety record; action on worker wellbeing; active community engagement throughout the project; and initiatives to work with local schools and colleges and offer employment to local people

You should ensure your entry provides sufficient detail on all five criteria.


Projects in this category must have been completed between 1 July 2021 and 1 July 2023.

Agreement of the client, lead contractor and lead engineer/architect is required to complete submission of the entry.

Shortlisted projects in this category will be judged by live face to face presentations from our judging panel.


Submission details (max 1,250 words)

  • A precise version of the full name of the project as it may appear in Awards marketing material (no more than 5 words)
  • The full and proper name of the project and a brief description of what the project is with a focus on the outcome (50 words max)
  • A fuller written description of the key reason/s why this project should be considered for this award, which pays attention to all six criteria being assessed. You can address each in turn or cover them all off collectively. Please remember to give clear reasoning with quantitative and qualitative evidence (where possible) as to why this project is deserving of award (max 1,200 words)


Please ensure you read and adhere to the requirements set out below in order for your entry to be accepted.


Entry Requirements

  • Project must have been completed between 1 July 2021 and 1 July 2023
  • Maximum 1 page Layout plans – A4
  • Maximum 3 images with no annotation or logos added  


All entries to be submitted electronically as a pdf only – All images and drawings must be submitted as separate files either as (A4 sized) jpegs or pdfs.



This category recognises projects that are contributing to the resilience, reliability, affordability and quality of the UK’s communications, energy, clean water or wastewater networks.

£ 399.00 +VAT (20%)
You have used the multi-select option by clicking a checkbox.
Process or clear your selections to enable the item buttons.

Judges will be scoring your entry against these six key criteria:


Criteria 1: Outcome
Demonstrate how the project has hit the brief, delivering a satisfied client and providing real user benefit and value beyond cost.

Judges will consider: extent of client satisfaction including delivery to cost/time/quality; extent of end user satisfaction in particular any improvement in service performance attributed to the project; judges will also consider impact on other, broader, stakeholders and the extent to which the project is harmonious with its environment and adds social value for the local community.


Criteria 2: Digital mindset

Demonstrate how the project team used the latest digital tools and thinking to provide better project outcomes

Judges will consider: the extent to which the project team has pushed the boundaries for improving quality of design and efficiency and productivity of construction through use of digital tools; to what extent was standardisation/modularisation/offsite construction considered?; has the project developed a digital twin?


Criteria 3: Carbon reduction

Demonstrate use of sustainable materials and processes throughout the project, as well as design changes made to the project. Projects will be assessed on the savings made in both embodied and operational carbon.

Judges will consider: whether PAS 2080 principles have been adopted; how carbon reduction/sustainability was addressed at tender stage; how did carbon reduction change the design approach; was a carbon budget set?; was reduction in carbon measured?; where different materials or processes used to reduce carbon/improve sustainability


Criteria 4: Climate resilience

Demonstrate decision making process to boost climate resilience of the finished project to future proof the work against the effects of climate change

Judges will consider: how the design differs from similar project delivered previously in terms of climate resilience; how the need for climate resilience was assessed; how the risk was addressed without additional hard engineering solutions; whether mitigation measures that benefit the wider community were adopted


Criteria 5: Collaborative working

Demonstrate how closer, more collaborative working has driven better project outcomes in terms of cost, time, quality or any of factor considered crucial to the client.

Judges will consider innovative procurement methods and other approaches to supply chain engagement; has the project explored a enterprise-style model as promoted by Project 13?; is there evidence of shared outcomes and a fair allocation of risk and reward?


Criteria 6: Getting it Right

Demonstrate how senior project team leaders created a positive working environment with strong values around equality, diversity and inclusivity; health, safety and wellbeing; community engagement and skills development.

Judges will look for clear evidence of action on equality, diversity and inclusivity; a strong health and safety record; action on worker wellbeing; active community engagement throughout the project; and initiatives to work with local schools and colleges and offer employment to local people

You should ensure your entry provides sufficient detail on all five criteria.


Projects in this category must have been completed between 1 July 2021 and 1 July 2023.

Agreement of the client, lead contractor and lead engineer/architect is required to complete submission of the entry.

Shortlisted projects in this category will be judged by live face to face presentations from our judging panel.


Submission details (max 1,250 words)

  • A precise version of the full name of the project as it may appear in Awards marketing material (no more than 5 words)
  • The full and proper name of the project and a brief description of what the project is with a focus on the outcome (50 words max)
  • A fuller written description of the key reason/s why this project should be considered for this award, which pays attention to all six criteria being assessed. You can address each in turn or cover them all off collectively. Please remember to give clear reasoning with quantitative and qualitative evidence (where possible) as to why this project is deserving of award (max 1,200 words)


Please ensure you read and adhere to the requirements set out below in order for your entry to be accepted.


Entry Requirements

  • Project must have been completed between 1 July 2021 and 1 July 2023
  • Maximum 1 page Layout plans – A4
  • Maximum 3 images with no annotation or logos added


All entries to be submitted electronically as a pdf only – All images and drawings must be submitted as separate files either as (A4 sized) jpegs or pdfs.


Sharing best practice during project delivery 

This category will recognise projects that are leading the field with reducing embodied carbon during the construction of new infrastructure or buildings to support the government’s target to be carbon net zero by 2050. The initiative could be an alternative design, use of new materials or innovative equipment to reduce energy consumption during the project.

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Judges will be looking for:

  • Demonstration of how the solution presents a reduction in embodied carbon compared to the conventional approach. Recognition of the impact of the design on reducing operational carbon should also be demonstrated where possible.
  • Impact of the work to improve climate resilience of the work should also be demonstrated
  • Highlighted any innovations in design or execution, including any research strategy that led to the development carbon reducing solution.
  • Clear evidence of the qualitative and quantitative impact of this initiative
  • Demonstrate how the initiative is cutting edge and is leading the field in this area
  • The potential to showcase the UK construction industry through this initiative

The project does not have to be complete; what is required is evidence that the lower or zero carbon resulting from the new approach can be measured or quantified.

Because projects may not be complete, shortlisted candidates will be interviewed by a panel of our judges, selected for their expertise in this area.


Submission details (max 1,100 words)

  • A precise version of the full name of the initiative and the project it has been applied on as it may appear in Awards marketing material (no more than eight words)
  • The full and proper name of the initiative and the project it has been applied on, and a brief description of what the initiative is, with a focus on the impact (100 words max)
  • A fuller written description of the key reason why this initiative should be considered for this award, which pays attention to as many of the criteria listed above as is appropriate. Please remember to give clear reasoning and evidence as to why this initiative is exceptional (max 1,000 words)



This category recognises projects that have improved the lives and prospects of the communities that live close to the project area.

We will be looking for project teams that can demonstrate an understanding and recognition of the importance of working with local communities. These teams will have gone the extra mile to have not just sought to mitigate the impact of construction on the community to provide true outreach in the form of engagement with schools and community groups and potentially offered training and employment. 

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Judges will look for project teams that have:

  • Demonstrated a clear understanding of the community’s needs and how these could be supported
  • Delivered real social value as a result of the project to improve the quality of life of those living close to the project
  • Actively rolled out an initiative developed specifically for this community
  • Clear evidence of the impact of this initiative
  • Demonstrated how their initiative is cutting edge and is leading the field in this area
  • The potential to showcase the UK construction industry through this initiative

The project this initiative is being applied on does not need to be complete; what is required is evidence that the project is tackling the specific initiative in a new and innovative way and that its positive impact can be measured or quantified.

Because projects may not be complete, shortlisted candidates will be interviewed by a panel of our judges, selected for their expertise in this area.


Submission details (max 1,100 words)

  • A precise version of the full name of the initiative and the project it has been applied on as it may appear in Awards marketing material (no more than eight words)
  • The full and proper name of the initiative and the project it has been applied on, and a brief description of what the initiative is, with a focus on the impact (100 words max)
  • A fuller written description of the key reason why this initiative should be considered for this award, which pays attention to as many of the criteria listed above as is appropriate. Please remember to give clear reasoning and evidence as to why this initiative is exceptional (max 1,000 words)



This category recognises projects that are driving the use of smart technologies in construction to improve design, delivery or safety.

Digital solutions used in the right way have the potential to improve project efficiency at every stage and to allow engineers to focus their skills on the more technical challenging aspects of scheme. However, understanding why a solution is adopted over another, benchmarking its use to demonstrate success and look for continued improvements is critical to ensure technology allows engineers to work smarter.

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Judges will look for project teams that have:

  • Demonstrated a clear understanding of how this initiative could improve design or delivery of this project
  • Actively rolled out the initiative, developed or tailored specifically for this project during the design or delivery phase
  • Clear evidence of the impact of this initiative compared to previous practices, particularly if the initiative delivers carbon reduction or improved climate resilience
  • Demonstrated how their initiative is cutting edge and is leading the field in this area
  • The potential to showcase the UK construction industry through this initiative

The project this initiative is being used on does not have to be complete; what is required is evidence that the project is tackling the specific initiative in a new and innovative way and that its positive impact can be measured or quantified.

Because projects may not be complete, shortlisted candidates will be interviewed by a panel of our judges, selected for their expertise in this area.


Submission details (max 1,100 words)

  • A precise version of the full name of the initiative and the project it has been applied on as it may appear in Awards marketing material (no more than eight words)
  • The full and proper name of the initiative and the project it has been applied on, and a brief description of what the initiative is, with a focus on the impact (100 words max)
  • A fuller written description of the key reason why this initiative should be considered for this award, which pays attention to as many of the criteria listed above as is appropriate. Please remember to give clear reasoning and evidence as to why this initiative is exceptional (max 1,000 words)



This award seeks to recognise project teams that have introduced a specific project-based initiative that is targeting a lower carbon solution, specifically boosting the whole life sustainability of the project or is improving environmental sensitivity.

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Judges will look for project teams that have:

  • Demonstrated a clear understanding of how this initiative could improve environmental or sustainability performance on this project
  • Demonstrate how the work will add climate resilience or deliver carbon reduction (embodied or operational) to the completed project
  • Actively rolled out the initiative, developed or tailored specifically for this project during the design or delivery phase
  • Clear evidence of the impact of this initiative
  • Demonstrated how their initiative is cutting edge and is leading the field in this area
  • The potential to showcase the UK construction industry through this initiative

The project this initiative is being applied on does not have to be complete; what is required is evidence that the project is tackling the specific initiative in a new and innovative way and that its positive impact can be measured or quantified.

Because projects may not be complete, shortlisted candidates will be interviewed by a panel of our judges, selected for their expertise in this area.


Submission details (max 1,100 words)

  • A precise version of the full name of the initiative and the project it has been applied on as it may appear in Awards marketing material (no more than eight words)
  • The full and proper name of the initiative and the project it has been applied on, and a brief description of what the initiative is, with a focus on the impact (100 words max)
  • A fuller written description of the key reason why this initiative should be considered for this award, which pays attention to as many of the criteria listed above as is appropriate. Please remember to give clear reasoning and evidence as to why this initiative is exceptional (max 1,000 words)



This category seeks to recognise project teams that understand the importance of creating a safe and healthy working environment and strive to improve wellbeing of those delivering the work. Judges will be particularly keen to see examples of initiatives that tackle mental health.

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Judges will be looking for project teams that have:

  • Demonstrated a clear understanding of how this initiative could improve health, safety and wellbeing performance on this project
  • Actively rolled out the initiative, developed or tailored specifically for this project during the design or delivery phase
  • Clear evidence of the impact of this initiative
  • Demonstrated how their initiative is cutting edge and is leading the field in this area
  • The potential to showcase the UK construction industry through this initiative

The projects this initiative is being deployed on does not have to be complete; what is required is evidence that the project is tackling the specific initiative in a new and innovative way and that its positive impact can be measured or quantified.

Because projects may not be complete, shortlisted candidates will be interviewed by a panel of our judges, selected for their expertise in this area.


Submission details (max 1,100 words)

  • A precise version of the full name of the initiative and the project it has been applied on as it may appear in Awards marketing material (no more than eight words)
  • The full and proper name of the initiative and the project it has been applied on, and a brief description of what the initiative is, with a focus on the impact (100 words max)
  • A fuller written description of the key reason why this initiative should be considered for this award, which pays attention to as many of the criteria listed above as is appropriate. Please remember to give clear reasoning and evidence as to why this initiative is exceptional (max 1,000 words)



This flagship category within the BCIA initiatives awards will recognise an individual client, consultant, designer, architect or contractor that is delivering innovation on multiple fronts across their business or a specific division to improve their day to day work, as well as the outcomes of the projects they are working on.

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In line with the IPA’s Transforming Infrastructure Performance roadmap, the ideas presented will contribute to designing and constructing a built environment that is more resilient, adaptive and sustainable. The ideas will be critical to delivering on the environmental and societal outcomes set out in the roadmap, as well as creating infrastructure that is better at withstanding the inevitable shifts and changes we will see in the coming decades.

The innovations presented could focus on digital engineering, adoption of modern methods of construction, early adoption or research and development of innovation or rapid business change to manage the impact of challenging circumstances faced by their business or the projects they are working on.

Entrants to this category must be able to demonstrate that they have taken bold, ambitious steps compared to their peers when it comes to developing and adopting innovation.

Judges will be particularly interested in how the innovation could advance performance beyond the entrant’s firm and across the construction industry and contribute to greater good. They will also be looking to understand how the innovation benefits both society and the planet and mapping these environmental and societal impacts against the UN Sustainable Development Goals would be advantageous.

While the results of the innovations may not yet be fully delivered but entrants should demonstrate the ambitions of the early steps being taken, quality of thinking and benchmarking that will allow the results to be quantified and measured in the fullness of time.


Key criteria:

  • Demonstration of pioneering innovation to benefit both day to day operation, as well as delivery of project outcomes
  • Innovation delivered on multiple fronts across the business
  • Investment in research and creation of partnerships or providing industry influence to ensure innovation is fostered and put into action
  • Quantifiable improvement or benchmarking that will allow the impact to be measured
  • Able to explain expected benefit of innovation


Submission details (max 1,100 words)

  • The name of the company and division that is putting itself forward as an Industry Innovation Champion as it may appear in Awards marketing material (no more than eight words)
  • A brief description of what the innovative initiatives applied by the organisation or division with a focus on the impact (100 words max)
  • A full written description of the key reason why this organisation or divisions efforts to foster, adopt and apply innovation should be considered for this award, which pays attention to as many of the criteria listed above as is appropriate. Please remember to give clear reasoning and evidence as to why this work is exceptional (max 1,000 words)



This award seeks to recognise project teams that are changing ways of working to become integrated teams and fully collaborate within the supply chain to deliver better outcomes for all those involved in the construction industry. 

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Judges will be looking for an initiative that is aiming to develop more collaborative working and will look for project teams that have:

  • Demonstrated a clear understanding of how this initiative could improve delivery of this project
  • Actively rolled out the initiative, developed or tailored specifically for this project during the design or delivery phase
  • Clear evidence of the impact of this initiative and the decision making behind the change
  • Demonstrated how their initiative is cutting edge and is leading the field in this area
  • The potential to showcase the UK construction industry through this initiative

The project does not have to be complete; what is required is evidence that the project is tackling the specific initiative in a new and innovative way and that its positive impact can be measured or quantified.

Because projects may not be complete, shortlisted candidates will be interviewed by a panel of our judges, selected for their expertise in this area.


Submission details (max 1,100 words)

  • A precise version of the full name of the initiative and the project it has been applied on as it may appear in Awards marketing material (no more than eight words)
  • The full and proper name of the initiative and the project it has been applied on, and a brief description of what the initiative is, with a focus on the impact (100 words max)
  • A fuller written description of the key reason why this initiative should be considered for this award, which pays attention to as many of the criteria listed above as is appropriate. Please remember to give clear reasoning and evidence as to why this initiative is exceptional (max 1,000 words)



This category recognises an innovation in products for design or construction that are deployed on specific projects and that are boosting overall project outcomes.

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Judges will look for project teams that have:

  • Demonstrated a clear understanding of the project outcomes and saw how this innovation could improve design or delivery of this project
  • Actively rolled out the initiative, developed or tailored specifically for this project during the design or delivery phase
  • Clear evidence of the impact of this initiative, particularly if the innovation delivers carbon reduction or improved climate resilience
  • Demonstrated how their initiative is cutting edge and is leading the field in this area
  • The potential to showcase the UK construction industry through this initiative

Innovations developed or manufactured in the UK by overseas companies are permitted, as are products researched and developed in the UK, but manufactured overseas.

The projects this innovation is being used on does not have to be complete.

Because projects may not be complete, shortlisted candidates will be interviewed by a panel of our judges, selected for their expertise in this area.


Submission details (max 1,100 words)

  • A precise version of the full name of the innovation and the project it has been applied on as it may appear in Awards marketing material (no more than eight words)
  • The full and proper name of the innovation and the project it has been applied on, and a brief description of what the initiative is, with a focus on the impact (100 words max)
  • A fuller written description of the key reason why this initiative should be considered for this award, which pays attention to as many of the criteria listed above as is appropriate. Please remember to give clear reasoning and evidence as to why this initiative is exceptional (max 1,000 words)



This category recognises initiatives that aim to improve productivity on project whether it is at the design, procurement or construction stage. The productivity improvement could focus on skills, quality, contractual issues and sharing risk, standardisation or overall project outcome. Judges for this category recognise that productivity initiatives may be at a very early stage with no demonstrable return on investment

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Judges will look for project teams that have:

  • Demonstrated the decision making process behind the productivity initiative and choice of the approach over alternatives
  • Actively rolled out the initiative, developed or tailored specifically for this project during the design or delivery phase
  • Clear evidence of the expected impact of this initiative and benchmarking underway to demonstrate success in the fullness of time
  • Demonstrated how their initiative has been delivered through collaboration within the supply chain with the ambition to deliver a better outcome
  • The potential to showcase the UK construction industry through this initiative

The project does not have to be complete; what is required is evidence that the project is tackling the specific initiative in a new and innovative way and that its positive impact.

Because projects may not be complete, shortlisted candidates will be interviewed by a panel of our judges, selected for their expertise in this area.


Submission details (max 1,100 words)

  • A precise version of the full name of the initiative and the project it has been applied on as it may appear in Awards marketing material (no more than eight words)
  • The full and proper name of the initiative and the project it has been applied on, and a brief description of what the initiative is, with a focus on the impact (100 words max)
  • A fuller written description of the key reason why this initiative should be considered for this award, which pays attention to as many of the criteria listed above as is appropriate. Please remember to give clear reasoning and evidence as to why this initiative is exceptional (max 1,000 words)



This category recognises the key role played by good temporary works design in construction. 

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Judges will be looking for project teams that have:

  • Demonstrated how the temporary works solution enabled a better final solution that delivered time, cost or carbon savings or increased safety during execution.
  • Highlighted any innovations in design or execution, including any research strategy that led to the development of the temporary works solution.
  • Clear evidence of the impact of this initiative
  • Demonstrated how their initiative is cutting edge and is leading the field in this area
  • The potential to showcase the UK construction industry through this initiative

The project does not have to be complete; what is required is evidence that the temporary works initiative is new and innovative way and that its positive impact can be measured or quantified.

Because projects may not be complete, shortlisted candidates will be interviewed by a panel of our judges, selected for their expertise in this area.


Submission details (max 1,100 words)

  • A precise version of the full name of the initiative and the project it has been applied on as it may appear in Awards marketing material (no more than eight words)
  • The full and proper name of the initiative and the project it has been applied on, and a brief description of what the initiative is, with a focus on the impact (100 words max)
  • A fuller written description of the key reason why this initiative should be considered for this award, which pays attention to as many of the criteria listed above as is appropriate. Please remember to give clear reasoning and evidence as to why this initiative is exceptional (max 1,000 words)



This category recognises initiatives that have improved the final outcome of a project to create quality public spaces that enhance infrastructure to the level where people not only want to use it, they enjoy using it too.

We will be looking for project teams that can demonstrate an understanding and recognition of the importance of working with local communities to deliver new public spaces. These teams will worked hard to understand the needs of local people and key stakeholders to incorporate those needs into the design stages and may have also engaged with the community and stakeholders to get them to participate during the delivery stage too.

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Judges will look for project teams that have:

  • Demonstrated a clear understanding of the use of the infrastructure and other activities that could take place there or close to it
  • Considered the role of the infrastructure in improving inclusivity and accessibility, as well as ensuring the finished result improve personal safety and a sense of wellbeing
  • Improved the appearance of the infrastructure by designing and delivering a welcoming and creative appearance
  • Clear evidence of the impact of this initiative
  • Demonstrated how their initiative is cutting edge and is leading the field in this area
  • The potential to showcase the UK construction industry through this initiative

 

The project this initiative is being applied on does not need to be complete; what is required is evidence that the project is tackling the specific initiative in a new and innovative way and that its positive impact can be measured or quantified.

Because projects may not be complete, shortlisted candidates will be interviewed by a panel of our judges, selected for their expertise in this area.

Submission details (max 1,100 words)

  • A precis version of the full name of the initiative and the project it has been applied on as it may appear in Awards marketing material (no more than eight words)
  • The full and proper name of the initiative and the project it has been applied on, and a brief description of what the initiative is, with a focus on the impact (100 words max)

A fuller written description of the key reason why this initiative should be considered for this award, which pays attention to as many of the criteria listed above as is appropriate. Please remember to give clear reasoning and evidence as to why this initiative is exceptional (max 1,000 words)

Overarching Awards 

This category recognises the most outstanding smaller projects, to the final out-turn cost of £15M for less. All projects shortlisted in their category are eligible for this award, which will be judged by lead judges from each category represented on the shortlist.



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This category will champion projects that are exemplar in terms of design and judge them against the National Infrastructure Commission’s (NIC) Design Group’s four key principles of climate, people, place and value.

The Design Principles for National Infrastructure were set out by the NIC’s Design Group in January 2020 in order to drive industry improvements. The NIC Design Principles Award will recognise a winner in the BCIA project categories that most closely adheres to the four key principles.

The Design Group believes the legacy of these schemes will be judged on how they succeed in responding creatively to the needs of climate change, the environment and communities.

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Key criteria:

Climate - Infrastructure must help set the trajectory for the UK to achieve net zero greenhouse gas emissions by 2050 or sooner and be capable of adapting to climate change. Projects should demonstrate how they look beyond legislative boundaries to mitigate climate change and provide methods for measuring whole life emissions.


People - Projects should be human scale, instinctive to use and seek opportunities to improve the quality of life for people who live and work nearby. Projects should show that have found opportunities to improve the quality of life for people who live and work nearby and have taken steps to mitigate negative impacts.


Places - Schemes should provide a sense of identity for communities, supporting the natural and built environment and enriching ecosystems. Projects should show how they benefit the natural and built environment and made improvements beyond the site boundary to sustain local ecosystems and support local plans for growth and investment.


Value - Value should be added beyond the main purpose of the infrastructure, solving problems well and achieving multiple benefits. Projects must detail how they have bought different professions and skills together from the outset to enable a ‘systems approach’; that have used a shared understanding between different disciplines to resolve multiple problems and in doing so provided multiple benefits.


Judges drawn from the Design Group will select a winner for this category from the project teams entering and completing the NIC Design Principles Award question within the Environmental Project of the Year, Upgrade and Renewal Project of the Year, Transport Project of the Year and Utility Project of the Year categories.



This category is the best of the best; the shortlist will be formed of the eight winning excellence in project outcomes categories. The winner is quite simply the most outstanding project of the year and will be decided by the panel of judges, primarily taking into account the scores awarded for project outcome.



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This category is the best of the best; the shortlist will be formed of the nine winning best practice in project delivery categories. The winner is quite simply the most outstanding initiative of the year and will be decided by the panel of judges, primarily taking into account the scores awarded for potential industry impact.



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