This year, the CIHT Awards will be presented in a new and different way. Never more than now, has there been a reason to celebrate who we are, and how we will safeguard the future of our industry. For this reason, CIHT has developed a programme of digital initiatives, designed to share knowledge from all those companies that have been shortlisted, through to the announcements of the winners.
Our awards themes this year represent how our sector is Supporting those that work for us and how the sector is using Innovation continuously to improve what we do.
The environmental challenges and the unanticipated positive impacts on our carbon footprint has not gone unnoticed. Together, we can come together to learn, adapt and change for the good of all, represented by our theme, Shaping the Future.
CIHT will be showcasing each theme and the shortlisted entries in three seperate free lunchtime webcasts. Register today and ensure you don't miss out.
In this webinar we will present the shortlisted entries for the entries under the theme Shaping the Future.
The categories in the Shaping the Future category are:
Please see more information on the award categories here.
Key industry leaders will be involved in each event, via a brief thought piece, before the shortlists are announced and entries profiled.
In the webcast you will be able to hear about each of the entries, get inspiration and see best practice in the sector. After the webcast the full information for each entry will be made available for CIHT members in the Members Area.
This webcast is a must attend to see if your work made the grade and if you are one step closer to winning a prestigious CIHT Award.
See if your work makes the grade and see what your competition is.
An excellent way to bring your staff together in a time where they may feel disconnected and take pride in the work that has been achieved.
Shaping the Future is about the delivery of the visions we have for our physical environments and transport networks. It is about sustainable transport, infrastructure and placemaking. It is about how you plan, design and build transport networks for everyone. These are the latest and greatest examples in this space.
Across these entries you will see how putting the customer at the focus of what you’re delivering, through consultation and engagement with communities and stakeholders, results in better outcomes for all.
The projects entered in these categories are examples of the type of infrastructure we should be building as the sector is charged with delivering a green restart from the COVID-19 crisis, both in terms of design and use of materials.
We will celebrate the winners of the CIHT Awards 2020 via a webcast on 23rd June.