2023 Chapter Awards Non-Member Firm Entry Fee
This fee covers the entry costs for a Non-Member Firm (A Firm that does not hold a current membership with CMAA) for a single project entry in the 2023 CMAA Baltimore Project Achievement Awards contest.
Purpose of the Award
The Baltimore Chapter of the Construction Management Association of America (CMAA) is announcing its 15th annual Project Achievement Awards program. This program recognizes outstanding achievement in the practice of construction management.
Award winners serve as examples for CMAA, promoting professionalism and excellence in the management of the construction process.
Entries must be submitted by March 31, 2023. The Awards Committee is composed of owners and professional construction managers. Each nominated project will be evaluated based on listed criteria. This is a competitive process. The best project(s) in each market sector will be selected. Multiple submissions are welcome.
Criteria and Classifications
Market Sector categories include:
- Water / Wastewater
- Commercial / Sports / Entertainment / Hospitality
- Residential / Mixed-Use
The Board / Awards Committee reserves the right to further delineate entries into market sectors based upon the entry details.
Construction Value categories include:
- Less than $5 million
- Between $5 - 15 million
- Greater than $15 million
The competition is open to any project within the geographic boundaries of the Chapter.
Nominated projects and programs must have achieved substantial completion during the period starting June 1, 2022 and ending May 31, 2023.
Awarded projects exemplify CMAA practice standards. Each submitter should make the best possible case for a project as an example of creativity, innovation, and service.
Rating criteria includes:
- CM’s unique contributions (20%)
- CM's unique innovations and/or solutions to challenges (30%)
- Supporting information (30%)
- Documented outcomes (20%)
Detailed criteria for evaluating nominations are explained on the following pages.
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