NZIOB Awards for Excellence - 2017

BCITO is the proud sponsor of the Young Achiever Award that was open to young industry professionals who were under 30 years of age by the date entries closed on 9 May 2017.

The Young Achiever Award provides recognition to a young building professional who has demonstrated a commitment to their own education and career development, portrays a willingness to give something back to the industry and their community, and is a future leader in their field of endeavour.

The judging criteria is based upon a nominee’s:

  • Academic Achievement
  • Achievements as a Building Professional
  • Ability to lead change within their company
  • Contribution to the building profession
  • Contribution to the community

The judging panel of Aaron Muir, Samir Govind and Helen Hines-Randall deliberated long and hard with the five finalists all bring a unique set of skills, knowledge, and commitment to their roles.

The judges were delighted to award First Place equal to James Reed, Senior Project Manager - Dominion Constructors Ltd Auckland and Chris Bassett, Project Leader - Dominion Constructors Ltd Auckland. These gentlemen work at opposite ends of the spectrum with James leading large commercial projects while Chris is running the companies residential business. Stephen Peters, Site Manager from Aspec Construction was awarded a Highly Commended Award. Congratulations to them and the other Category finalists Flavia Wolf, Site Engineer - Fletcher Construction, Wellington and Todd Scrafton, Site Manager - Dominion Constructors Ltd, Auckland.

NZIOB Young Achievers 2017

Left to right: Chris Bassett & James Reed

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