Award winning entries

Category: Communications, Marketing

Entering awards is an ideal way to raise your profile and shout about your achievements whether local, regional or national.

We’ve drafted a whole host of submissions for our clients over the years but, we are particularly proud of the submissions we drafted for a couple of our construction clients.

For client ENGIE (now Equans), we drafted a submission for the Gateshead Innovation Village, in partnership with Home Group, in the Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors (RICS) Social Impact North East Awards 2020. The scheme won the residential category of North East regional awards and then went on to win the residential category award in the national finals in London.

Also for the same awards, we drafted a submission for the Helix District Energy Centre in Newcastle in the Infrastructure category, which was also shortlisted and won the regional North East awards.

For Esh Construction, we drafted three award submissions in the Constructing Excellence Yorkshire and Humber Awards 2021 for their Lady Ida Lodge Extra Care scheme. We drafted submissions in the Conservation and Regeneration, Project of the Year and Client of the Year categories. All three submissions were shortlisted and two (Conservation and Regeneration and Client of the Year) won their respective categories and went onto the finals in London.

We cannot stress the importance of planning awards in advance. They can be very time-consuming to write and it is important to fulfil the award criteria and look carefully to see what the judges will be looking for. This is where we can help.

We have been successful in entering awards on behalf of our clients. Our role is to help you raise your profile and to write award submissions that make you ‘stand out from the crowd’. The key to writing successful award submissions is to write and present it in a way that will grab the judge’s attention.

Our role is to write a submission that (fingers crossed) will get shortlisted. We can’t affect the final result because it depends on what your project or scheme is competing against in the final.

It’s a great feeling though when the submissions we write and submit on behalf of our clients get shortlisted – even better if they win!

If you have a project, campaign or development you are proud of and want to shout about it, we’d love to hear from you.