Judging Criteria for Organisations Category

The judging criteria emphasises on the collaborative relationship among industry stakeholders to implement sustainable construction. The key parameters include 1) Engagement and Communication, 2) Supply Chain Management, 3) Measures and Achievement and 4) Innovation in Sustainable Construction.

The weightings of judging criteria for “Organisations” category are as follows:


Engagement and Communication
Supply Chain Management
Measures and Achievement
Innovation in Sustainable Construction
Weightings
25%
25%
25%
25%


Engagement and Communication

  • Corporate culture
  • External engagement

Supply Chain Management

  • Early collaboration during site planning
  • Subletting process for sub-contractors
  • Responsible purchasing
  • Productivity with advanced technology
  • Building long-term relationships

Measures and Achievement

Environmental achievement with quantifiable figures on:
  • Air and noise pollution
  • Water saving and recycling
  • Waste management
  • Energy saving and carbon footprint
  • Landscape and visual impact


Innovation in Sustainable Construction

Organisations are suggested to specify the innovation initiatives, not limited to the above criteria

Judging Criteria for Industry Practitioners Category

The assessment criteria for industry practitioners are based on
1) Leadership
2) Achievement
3) Collaboration
4) Creativity
5) Skill and Workmanship
6) Idea and Energisation on sustainable construction

With a view that site management team and workers may play different roles on construction, specific criteria on managerial staff and general practitioner to highlight their effort in sustainable construction is as follows:



Leadership
Achievement
Collaboration
Creativity
Skill and Workmanship
Idea and Energisation
Construction Manager
20% 40% 20% 20%

General Practitioner

45% 25% 20% 10%
Young Practitioner

45% 25% 20%
10%


Leadership

Site management team should take a leadership role to initiate sustainability measures and allocate sufficient resources to pursue your team towards sustainable construction.

Achievement

Practitioners should highlight the quantifiable data and achievement which have the greatest contribution to sustainable construction i.e. but not limited to engagement and communication, supply chain management and environmental performance.

Collaboration

This criterion refers to the skill sets in coordinating other parties of the construction site to develop sustainable initiatives.

Creativity

Practitioners should demonstrate new and creative sustainability measures implemented in the projects, which is practical in local construction industry.

Skill and Workmanship

Experienced practitioners can have a great contribution to sustainability construction by sharing their expertise and experience, so as to achieve the target set by site management team.

Idea and Energisation

The CIC shows high respect to the ideas from new generation of the construction industry. Applicants should showcase the practical ideas initiated by young practitioners to assist the project team in operation.
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