Calling all FIDIC contract users - enter our awards today!

01 Oct 2021

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Entries are currently being accepted for the annual FIDIC Contract Users’ Awards which recognise excellence in the use of FIDIC contract forms for project delivery and showcase examples of good practice through collaboration from across the world.

The awards also help to bring the community of FIDIC contract users together, celebrate and highlight excellence and best practice and raise the profile of FIDIC contracts on a global scale.

Any organisation or individual that uses or works with FIDIC contracts is able to enter the awards and the entry process is simple as it’s all online. With ten categories in this year’s awards, there are plenty of opportunities to take part. The categories are listed below.

  • FIDIC Contracts Project of the year
  • FIDIC Contracts Client of the year
  • FIDIC Contracts Consultant of the year
  • FIDIC Contracts IFI (International Finance Institution) of the year
  • FIDIC Contracts Contractor of the year
  • FIDIC contract legal or professional services of the year
  • FIDIC Contracts trainer(s) of the year
  • FIDIC Contract adjudicator(s) of the year
  • FIDIC Strategic Partners of the year
  • FIDIC Golden Principles award

The winners of this year’s awards will be unveiled at the Official FIDIC International Contract Users’ Conference (Europe, Middle East & Africa time zone event) which will take place digitally from 7-9 December 2021. The awards will be presented online on the evening of Thursday 9 December 2021.

The closing date for entries for the awards is Friday 15 October 2021. Make sure you view the award categories in detail below and make your entry today.

Click here to view full details of the FIDIC Contract Users’ Awards and make your entry.

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