Judging Criteria

Development Awards

Project Vision and Innovation (Weighting 20%)

Describe how the development displays innovation in the project concept and in overcoming site or development complexities. This should be described as a point of difference. 

Placemaking (Weighting 20%)

Describe how this project contributes to the unique property characteristics of the WA market AND explain how this project had generating community benefit or curates a sense of place.

Adaptability and Sustainability Initiatives (Weighting 20%)

Describe how the development champions adaptability and sustainability initiatives. This should be described as a point of difference AND/OR explain how environmental considerations are embedded into the design and operation. In the case of refurbishments, demonstrate performance compared to its sustainability and adaptability performance prior to refurbishment.

Economic and Financial Factors (Weighting 10%)

Explain how the project demonstrates the ability to produce financial outcomes that met or exceeded the project’s planned objectives.

Quality of Design and Finish (Weighting 10%)

Detail and provide examples on how the development or refurbishment exhibits a high quality of architectural design and execution. Supporting pictures required.  

User Satisfaction (Weighting 10%)

Describe, using testimonials from two or more stakeholders, the extent to which the development has a proven high satisfaction level of all users. In the case of refurbishments, the particular focus should be placed on the change in facilities since the refurbishment, if this can be established by an ongoing tenant.

Operation and/or Maintenance (Weighting 10%)

Provide a summary of results achieved, demonstrating the developments operational efficiency. This should be described as a point of difference.

Innovation and Marketing Awards

Vision and Innovation (Weighting 25%)

Describe the innovative element and why it is considered innovative. How and why was it implemented in the project.

 

Marketing (Weighting 25%)

Describe how this project contributes to the unique property characteristics of the WA market OR explain how this project had excelled in marketing the merits of the development with quantifiable results.

 

Outcomes Achieved (Weighting 20%)

Describe the outcomes achieved using this innovative element.

 

User Satisfaction (Weighting 20%)

Describe, using testimonials from a variety of stakeholders, the extent to which the project has a proven high satisfaction level of all users due to this innovative function.

 

Economic Benefits (Weighting 10%)

Explain how the innovative project demonstrates the ability to produce financial outcomes that met or exceeded the project’s planned objectives.

Individual Awards

Career Profile (30% Weighting)

Outline the entrant’s career goals and their outstanding commitment to the property industry and community

 

Industry Contribution (50% Weighting)

Address how the entrant has made a significant contribution to the property industry. List 3 projects that the entrant has been directly involved with which has shaped Australia’s landscape.

 

Referee/Testimonial Interview (20% Weighting)

Provide 3 individuals who can speak to the suitability of the entrant for these awards.