A nomination for an AWIC award can be a great honor for any individual or company.
With the wide range of talents, efforts, and recognition-worthy activity in our industry, AWIC is committed to improving our awards categories every year to cover the depth and breadth of awesomeness we see around us every day.
If you wish to nominate an individual, please click that option below, for companies, select companies – and, of course, you can nominate more than one person for their awesomeness.
The deadline for submissions is August 21, 2023.
Outstanding woman in trade describes a woman who has achieved success in any field related to commerce, business, or trade. This includes women who have excelled in entrepreneurship, finance, accounting, international trade, marketing, logistics, supply chain management, and other related fields. These women have made significant contributions to the economy and have demonstrated leadership, innovation, and excellence in their respective fields.
As the future of our industry, Apprentice Young Achiever is a young leader that demonstrates a commitment to their work, and passion for the industry as they complete their apprenticeship. Candidates must be 16-24 years of age and undertaking an Australian approved apprenticeship.
Sponsored byIntern/Trainee Young Achiever is a young leader that demonstrates a commitment to their work, and passion for the industry as they complete their training. Candidates must be 16-24 years of age and undertaking an Australian approved traineeship or recognised internship program.
New Young Achiever is at the beginning of their journey and already showing signs of greatness with their attitude and their newly developing skills.
Achievement in STEM nominees have provided assistance or development to the STEM fields in an innovative way that is expanding the opportunities for women in construction.
This is an individual who has made an exceptional contribution and remarkable accomplishment to the construction industry through the implementation or innovation of new processes, procedures, products and systems.
AWIC’s advocate of change is a man who is actively bringing about change in their sphere of influence in construction. They are passionate about their cause of gender equity in construction and use their influence to create positive change. They may also be involved in lobbying, organizing events, and leading campaigns to bring about the desired change.
The genius behind the scenes.
A leader in small business that is the beating heart of their operation. An exceptional manager who demonstrates their ability to pivot, lead and follow through to ensure their team and customers succeed.
Our candidates have the runs of the board and relationships to be proud of. Exceptional sales are high performers AND amazing human beings who care about how their company does business and finding creative ways of delivering results in an ever-changing market.
Recognising the leading employers that are providing a workplace that maximises the full potential of their workforce through offering a positive culture and environment to thrive in.
The businesses who have significantly contributed to initiatives/programs for women.
The winner of each category will have the opportunity to be the recipient of the AWIC ‘Professional of the Year Award’