The Procurement Strategy Prize of
£1,250, awarded by the Worshipful
Company of Chartered Architects,
was awarded by Master Geoffrey
Purves to Kaleidoscope a team from
AECOM, which included members
of the ICE, RICS, IHT, APM and CIAT.
Another new prize this year was
for Leadership. Great teams need
great leadership, and this prize
recognises that skill, as voted for
by both judges and competitors.
The Commercial Education Trust
sponsor this prize and their
Chairman, David Coughtrie,
awarded the prize of £500 to
Samantha Barclay of KSS and Lucy
Townsend of BDP.
The objectives of Teambuild focus
on developing skills in leadership,
communication and coordination
beyond the sum of the of the
individual’s skill. The competition
helps identify the way teams must
work together in the construction
industry by challenging them with
scenarios common to construction
projects across the UK.
The overall standard of the event
was extremely high, and all
twelve finalist teams should be
congratulated on an immense
achievement. Further details
of each of the finalist teams is
It was a delight to see such enthusiasm and passion
for the industry from each team. Every participant
understood the value of teamwork and, over the course
of the two days, gained a number of essential skills. On
behalf of the Scheme, I would like to congratulate the
winners and thank each team for taking part.
published on Teambuild’s website.
A special thank you goes to Wates
Contractors, Land Securities and
Fletcher Priest Architects, who were
site sponsors this year and enabled
Teambuild to use this wonderful
location as the basis for questions.
Teambuild is an annual
competition held in November
of each year. Entries for the 2015
competition will open next June.
For more information, visitwww.teambuilduk.com
CCS Ambassador and Teambuild Judge
Promoveo, winners of the Scheme prize, with Scheme
Ambassador and Teambuild Judge John Sayers (far right)
Promoveo in action during the competition