The Application Process

The application form has three sections.

You can read about each of the sections here

This is where you register your details.

We will ask you for:

  • Your name
  • Company
  • Job title
  • Email address
  • Home address
  • Phone number
  • Twitter Handle
  • How you heard about CMYA

 

You will also be asked to set up a password so you can log in back later to check the status of your application form

We will ask you to provide:

  • Details of your nominator – this person will be your supporter through the process; usually it is your line manager or client
  • Details of your referee – this is usually your client or architect
  • Your personal statement – you have 250 words to talk about your skills, experience and values

This is where you give details of your project and formulate your project report. You will be asked for details on your project by providing a response to the following questions.

Unless stated, the word limit to each question is 600 words. You will be able to upload supporting documents as required.

In this section, you will talk about the

  • Name of Project
  • Client
  • Final name of building
  • Project address
  • Project postcode
  • Outline description of project
  • Form of contract
  • Tender value and then final value of contract
  • Start & completion dates in tender, and then actual start & completion dates

You will then be asked to complete a set of details to form a project report.

The information you provide will allow the judging panel to gain an overall view of the project and your level of responsibility.

You can upload supporting information and examples as separate files.

Do include a series of project photographs from inception to completion and where possible a reference from your client.

Explain your involvement within the pre-contract phase of the project.

Explain your position within the organisation of the team pre-contract, including your position within the team. Please include tender information if available and an organisation chart.

Explain how you were involved in the programming of the project inclusive of construction programming? Include examples and construction programmes.

How did you manage innovation and value engineering? Explain some of the issues and initiatives. Provide examples where applicable.

How were your relationships with the external project team, including client and consultants?

Explain the technical difficulties that you came across whilst on the project.

Were there any design management processes that were required through the build?

Did you control the financial elements of the project? Please include cash flow charts and financial information where possible.

How did you manage the quality of the project and the practical completion?

Explain your health, safety and welfare on site, including RIDDOR statistics. Provide examples where applicable.

Did you make any impact on the local area, including sustainability initiatives both onsite and within the local environment?

Explain the biggest challenge that you faced on the project.

Why do you feel you should be Construction Manager of the Year? (max 100 words)