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How to enter HIA Awards

Spotlight your best project and align your work with excellence

How to enter HIA Awards

Spotlight your best project and align your work with excellence

HIA Awards is the perfect opportunity to raise your profile with future clients and the residential building industry at large. Preparing your entry requires putting together project materials, but don't worry - it's worth it.

There are a few things to consider before you enter:

  • take a look at any projects you've completed in the past 24 months to help you decide which ones to enter
  • seek the homeowner’s permission.

Next up, follow these easy steps:

  1. Visit our Awards section and select your region - based on where the project is located.
  2. Choose your Awards program for entry fees, closing dates, categories, etc.
  3. Select the category that best defines your project. If available, you’ll also need to work out which sub-category
    – or price point your project fits into based on the project price.
  4. Book your professional photographer and check the photographic requirements.
  5. View the checklist and ensure you have digital copies of each item to upload into your entry.
  6. Finally, check that you comply with the Conditions of entry, then hit Enter now. 

Enter now


Remember, submissions can be copied into an additional category without the need to re-upload documents. Just make sure to say you want to enter another award category before you check out of your cart.

Additional entry fees apply.