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Nominations for Quality Building Award 2016 have opened

by Sophie Cullen on Jun 23, 2015 in Architecture , Perspective Promotions
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The Organising Committee of Quality Building Award 2016 (QBA 2016) has announced the official commencement of the award nomination period, running until 12 p.m., November 6, 2015

QBA 2016  is jointly organised by nine building and construction related institutes and associations including the Hong Kong Construction Association and the Hong Kong Institute of Construction Managers. The theme for 2016 will be New Horizons for Superiority, and the organisers hope it will be a platform for professionals to showcase the very best of their achievements.

The logo for the 2016 Awards

The logo for the 2016 Awards

Next year’s event will be the eighth time the Award has been bestowed, and its longevity has helped it to garner much respect both from the Hong Kong and overseas building industry. The classes of awards include Finalists, Merits, Grand Awards and the Quality Excellence Award, which represents the best among the Grand Awards.

2016 will see a few changes as noted by Cr Chung Koon Man, co-chairman of QBA 2016 Organising Committee, “To enhance the credibility, fairness and transparency, this year, we expanded the jury panel from seven to nine jurors. They come from government, academia and professional societies.”

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Cr Chung Koon Man speaks at the press conference for QBA 2016

Nomination is applicable in six categories as follows:

1) Hong Kong Residential (Single Building)

2) Hong Kong Residential (Multiple Buildings)

3) Hong Kong Non-Residential (New Building)

4) Hong Kong Building (Renovation/Revitalisation)

5) Building Outside Hong Kong (Residential)

6) Building Outside Hong Kong (Non-Residential)

 

Perspective is a proud media partner of Quality Building Award 2016. More information about QBA 2016 can be found at www.QBA.com.hk.

 

 

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