Recognising women in building and construction
Amazing business women are all around us who have the ability to:
- Create environments in which people thrive
- Achieve results
- Make things happen
HIA is proud to recognise the significant contribution that women make to the residential and construction industry, and to raise the profile of professional women within the industry, as well as promote and encourage excellence.
The HIA QLD Building Women Awards acknowledges the outstanding achievements of women working in small to large based business to large corporate industries, which excel in leadership and inspire others to succeed beyond expectation.
HIA would also like to recognise and acknowledge women who have overcome significant challenges in their business and/or made a significant contribution as a result of their business success.
Key program info
We’ve halved our entry fees for 2020 to give you every opportunity to promote your business in the current economic conditions.
||Entry closing date
|$27.50 per nominee
|Friday 27 November
How to enter
There are two ways you can submit your nomination. HIA members can enter online and non-members will need to complete a hard copy nomination form. You can submit the form to your local HIA office along with copies of the documents in the checklist. Entries are now closed.
Who can enter
Women who are currently in a profession or role in the building and construction industry or related industry including but not limited to trades, design, professional services, business owners, manufacturer & supplier, senior management and executives.
An individual may nominate themselves, or may be nominated by a third party, subject to nominee’s approval. Past nominees and award winners are permitted to submit nominations for 2020 Awards.
Select the relevant category from the lists below for your entry in the HIA QLD Building Women Awards 2020. Winners in the categories below are recognised locally and do not progress to the Australian Housing Awards.
Nominees can enter into multiple categories, where applicable. Judges reserve the right to change a nominee's category to best represent their industry background and achievement.
The category award winners will compete for the 2020 Queensland Professional Woman of the Year.