NEC Award 2018

NEC Awards 2019

The winners of NEC Awards 2019 are:

NEC Contract of the Year: Perth Transport Futures Project Phase 1


NEC Client of the Year: Drainage Services Department

NEC Contractor of Year: China Road and Bridge Corporation – Build King Joint Venture

NEC Contract Innovation Award: HS2 / Arup+ Civil Engineering Design

View the full list of finalists for the NEC awards 2019 >


The NEC Awards recognise excellence in project delivery and showcase examples of good practice through collaboration from across the world.

Being shortlisted at our Awards is a real achievement and testament to the great work carried out by the individual, team, project, collaboration or organisation.


NEC awards received entries in the following categories:
  • NEC contract of the year - This award is for any project procured under any NEC Contract .The contracts can be in progress (as long as at least one year has passed) any can be from any sector and any country. . Candidates should give a description of best practice collaboration achieved on their NEC project(s) with particular emphasis on clause 10.1 (NEC3) or 10.2 (NEC4)
  • NEC client of the year - This award is for any client organisation working with an NEC Contract. The client organisation can be from any sector and any country. 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 (NEC3) or 10.2 (NEC4)
  • 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 (NEC3) or 10.2 (NEC4)
  • NEC contract innovation award – This award will recognise projects demonstrating innovation through use of KPIs, Scope/Works Information/Service Information or additional clause drafting. Entrants should submit their rationale (business needs, supporting localised behavioural change, testing new working methods, anticipated benefit to stakeholders), and the challenges and opportunities presented through this innovation which will be shared as ‘lessons learned’ with the wider Users’ Group.

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