APM PROJECT MANAGEMENT AWARDS 2020
- CALL FOR JUDGES NOW OPEN -

We would like to welcome those that fit the provided criteria to put themselves forward to be considered to join the judging panel in a category of your choice at the APM Awards 2020.

To ensure the judging panels for each category fit this description, an eligibility policy will be applied to judge applications. Judges will be selected based not only on their eligibility to judge but also their suitability to the category they are applying to judge (see full list of awards categories below).

Eligibility
Only Chartered Project Professionals, APM Fellows, Honorary Fellows of APM, APM Award winners from the last two years and those holding the RPP qualification are eligible to apply to judge for the APM Awards. Judges’ appointments are for one year.

 

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INTERESTED IN BEING ONE OF OUR JUDGES?

If you hold one or more of the criteria listed above, and are interested in applying, please complete and return an application form to awards@apm.org.uk

DOWNLOAD JUDGES APPLICATION FORM

Applications close 17 April. All applicants will be notified of a decision by 24 April.


CATEGORIES ELIGIBLE FOR JUDGING

Project of the year

Transformation | Technology | Social | Engineering, Construction & Infrastructure

These four separate awards look for the stories behind the projects and people that have delivered the greatest benefit to their clients, project teams and wider stakeholders. Winners of each Project of the Year subcategory will be entered into the overall Project of the Year category, of which there is one winner.

Contribution to the profession

Company | Consultancy | Charity/Not-for-profit

These three separate awards are to recognise excellence and good practice at an organisational level, demonstrating effective project delivery and a demonstrable commitment to the improvement and development of the project management profession.

Programme of the year

Recognising the stories behind the programmes and people that have delivered the greatest benefit to their clients, project teams and wider stakeholders. To be eligible in this category you must be able to demonstrate the successful completion of at least one third of the projects and workstreams within the nominated programme.

Shell HSSE

Projects / programmes / organisations that have delivered the greatest HSSE benefit to their project teams, clients and wider stakeholders OR a significant achievement has been made in any or all the fields of Health, Safety, Security or Environment.

PMO of the year

A PMO is often the driver for improved project management maturity within an organisation.  This award recognises the PMO that has delivered the greatest benefit for their organisation and wider stakeholders.

Innovation in Projects

Projects/programmes/portfolios that have developed innovative methods, tools or approaches, within the project profession, to enhance and support successful delivery.

Project Professional of the year

A project professional (30 years and over) who has delivered the greatest benefit to their clients, project teams and wider stakeholders.

Young project professional of the year

A project professional (29 years and under) who has delivered the greatest benefit to their clients, project teams and wider stakeholders.


SIR MONTY FINNISTON AWARD

Winner

Sir Amyas Morse


BRIAN WILLIS AWARD

Winner

Joseph Barnes


HERBERT WALTON AWARD

Winner

Dr Simon Addyman
Charles Rymill Ltd (University College London)

Sponsored by
BAE Systems


GEOFFREY TRIMBLE AWARD

Winner

Troy Lancaster
Amey (University of Warwick)


SHELL HSSE AWARD

Winner

Arup
Healthy by Design Programme, HS2 Phase2b

Sponsored by
Shell


THE MIKE NICHOLS AWARD FOR INSPIRATION

Winner

Michèle Dix CBE

Loraine Martins MBE

Sponsored by
The Nichols Group


PROGRAMME OF THE YEAR AWARD

Winner

Conwy County Borough Council
Conwy Modernisation Programme

Sponsored by
RSM UK


PMO OF THE YEAR AWARD

Winner

GCHQ
Transforming and Operating GCHQ’s Enterprise PMO in our Centenary Year

Sponsored by
Defence Equipment and Support


INNOVATION IN PROJECTS AWARD

Winner

Proteus
Proteus Learning Hub

Sponsored by
Provek


CONTRIBUTION TO THE PROFESSION AWARD: CONSULTANCY

Winner

Arup

Sponsored by
Jacobs


CONTRIBUTION TO THE PROFESSION AWARD: CHARITY/NOT-FOR-PROFIT

Winner

Home Group PMO


CONTRIBUTION TO THE PROFESSION AWARD: COMPANY

Winner

Sellafield Ltd


YOUNG PROJECT PROFESSIONAL OF THE YEAR AWARD

Winner

Jacob Achenbach
Rolls-Royce Crosspointe, LLC

Sponsored by
Leidos


PROJECT PROFESSIONAL OF THE YEAR AWARD

Winner

David Calver
North Highland

Sponsored by
Ramboll


TECHNOLOGY PROJECT OF THE YEAR AWARD

Winner

Heathrow Airport
Integrated Airport Operations Plan and Demand Capacity Balancing Tool

Sponsored by
Hyde Park Solutions


TRANSFORMATION PROJECT OF THE YEAR AWARD

Winner

Rolls-Royce
Product Lifecycle System

Sponsored by
Hyde Park Solutions


SOCIAL PROJECT OF THE YEAR AWARD

Winner

North Cumbria Integrated Care (NHS Foundation Trust)
Maternity Information System

Sponsored by
Hyde Park Solutions


ENGINEERING, CONSTRUCTION & INFRASTRUCTURE PROJECT OF THE YEAR AWARD

Winner

Sellafield Ltd., Cavendish Nuclear and Balfour Beatty
Silo Maintenance Facility Project

Sponsored by
Hyde Park Solutions


OVERALL PROJECT OF THE YEAR AWARD

Winner

North Cumbria Integrated Care (NHS Foundation Trust)
Maternity Information System

Sponsored by
Hyde Park Solutions

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