Nominees must be:
a. Under the age of 30 years as of 31 August 2019 (and not previously been nominated in 2018)
b. Have shown innovation, astute business acumen and either exceptional leadership or made a significant contribution to a project, or demonstrated technical ability through research, or demonstrated exceptional commitment to brownfield related issues through academic or
c. Entrants will be judged on all round ability; not only on academic and work-related achievements, but also their enthusiasm for work within the brownfield industry.
Entries should, in a statement of not more than 500 words, outline the major and distinguished contributions made by the candidate to the profession; include the significance of those contributions and where possible the degree of influence the nominee had in the activity or activities given. Included in this could be any technical innovations or solutions the nominee has developed.
To be included with the entry:
d. Evidence of the candidate’s career achievements (this could include significant contribution to a project).
e. References of work over the past 2 years or since the beginning of the candidate’s career (a concise statement of the contributions made to the profession by the nominee, including any voluntary work).
f. Details of any service of committees/boards, papers presented relating to the brownfield industries.
g. Nominee’s CV: Nominations may be submitted either by the individual, the employer or jointly. If you are shortlisted, you should be prepared for a short telephone interview by one of the judges.
The Award will be to a single organisation - Entrants may acknowledge and include names or logos for clients, partners and fellow practitioners in their entry if they wish, however only the Entrant will be named on the Award.
Entries are now closed.