The 11th annual South African Construction Industry Awards (SACA Awards) will take place this year on 6 October, with South African minister of public works Thulas Nxesi as the special guest of honour.
Launched in 2007, the awards aims to promote the work and achievements of engineers, architects, project managers, quantity surveyors and construction companies around the country.
The SACA Awards aims to:
Publicly recognise and reward excellence in construction.
Encourage and celebrate creativity, professionalism and innovation in construction.
Support improved business planning, development and internal analysis.
Provide a benchmark for best practice within the industry.
Continuously improve and raise standards.
Reinforce the value of business.
Reinforce client confidence in business.
Provide a better South African economic growth.
Finalists are judged by a panel of industry peers selected for their knowledge and experience in the industry, including the media. Judges are grouped in teams of five, but independently review and score nominees. Each group assesses approximately three categories.
The judges are looking for sustainable businesses that are making a real contribution to the South African economy with passion, planning and a commitment to excellence and innovation.
Construction professionals oversee the awards judging process. Their role is to audit nominees for compliance, transparency, fairness, audit score sheets and check conflicts of interest and confidentiality declarations.
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