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The NEC4 suite of contracts is an evolution of NEC3. It reflects procurement and project management developments and emerging best practice, with improvements in flexibility, clarity and the ease of administration.

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NEC Awards Ceremony

The submissions for the NEC Awards 2017 are now open!


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The winners will be announced at the NEC Users' Group Annual Seminar 2017.
 
The NEC Awards recognise excellence in project delivery and showcase examples of good practice through collaboration from across the world.

Entries come from a cross-section of organisations regardless of size, type and sector. This means that being a finalist, or a winner, is a real achievement and testament to the great work carried out by the individual, team, project, collaboration or organisation.

You can view and read all about the past and current winners, shortlisted projects below:

The theme for the awards has always been collaboration using NEC contracts, the awards are as follows:

  • NEC small project of the yearThis award is for project(s) up to £0.5m. Candidates should give a description of best practice collaboration achieved on their NEC project(s) with particular emphasis on clause 10.1.
  • NEC large project of the yearThis award is for any project(s) over £0.5m. Candidates should give a description of best practice collaboration achieved on their NEC project(s) with particular emphasis on clause 10.1.
  • NEC client of the year This award is for any client organisation. Candidates should give a description of best practice collaboration achieved with their supply chain on their NEC project(s) with particular emphasis on clause 10.1.
  • NEC contractor of the year - This award is for any contracting organisation. Candidates should give a description of best practice collaboration achieved on their NEC project(s) with particular emphasis on clause 10.1.
  • NEC contract innovation through additional clauses – This new award will recognise innovative additional clause drafting which meets business needs whilst maintaining the critical aspects of the contract including risk profile and mutual collaboration. Entrants should submit their clauses and an outline which should include: rationale for the clause (business needs, supporting localised behavioural change, testing new working methods), anticipated benefit to stakeholders, approach to challenges and opportunities realised through clause in use, lessons to be shared with wider NEC Users’ Group.

The robust judging criteria seek to identify those innovative projects and organisations that can demonstrate successful cooperation and have worked in the spirit of mutual trust and cooperation.

Accreditation training delegates with the highest score achieved will also receive an award in the following categories:

  • ECC Project Manager Accreditation
  • ECC Supervisor Accreditation
  • TSC Service Manager Accreditation

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