BCO NEXTGEN AWARDS

The winners for each category will be revealed at the Awards evening on 1 November 2018.

 

NextGen's Employer of the Year (nominations from NextGen's only - under 35's)

Voted for by BCO NextGen members


Recognising organisations that have created a stimulating and supportive work environment and a real commitment to the welfare of its employees, resulting in high staff satisfaction levels and a well-motivated, ambitious and integrated workforce.

Finalists:


British Land 

Burges Salmon 

ChapmanBDSP

Cooper Cromar 

Elliott Wood Partnership 

Method Consulting LLP 

Space

U+I

 

NextGen Rising Star London and South East

Judged by:

Lucy Arthur, Ashby Capital

Carl Giles, alinea consulting

Benjamin Lesser, Derwent London


Recognising an under 35’s outstanding contribution to the office sector in the region (cross/multi discipline)

  • Must be based in London or the South East
  • Must be aged 35 or under at time of nomination
  • Must have 3 referees who can support the nomination. There must be one internal referee and one external refer to the nominees own organisation
  • Nominee must have made an outstanding contribution to their own organisation, evidence required
  • Nominee must have made an outstanding contribution outside of their own organisation, evidence required

Finalists:


Ryan Dempster, Buckley Gray Yeoman

Maria Fernandez Cachafeiro, Multiplex 

Laura Hannigan, AKT II

 

NextGen Rising Star Midlands and East Anglia

Judged by:

Rob Groves, Argent

Joe Huddleston, Overbury

Gemma Wilkinson, GVA

Recognising an under 35’s outstanding contribution to the office sector in the region (cross/multi discipline)

  • Must be based in the Midlands or East Anglia
  • Must be aged 35 or under at time of nomination
  • Must have 3 referees who can support the nomination. There must be one internal referee and one external refer to the nominees own organisation
  • Nominee must have made an outstanding contribution to their own organisation, evidence required
  • Nominee must have made an outstanding contribution outside of their own organisation, evidence required

Finalists:

Fraser Godfrey, Glenn Howells Architects

Guy Revell, Bruntwood  



NextGen Rising Star Northern England and North Wales  

Judged by:

Phil Doyle, 5plus architects

Rob Phillips, Cartwright Pickard 

Mathew Teare, SAS International

 

Recognising an under 35’s outstanding contribution to the office sector in the region (cross/multi discipline)

  • Must be based in Northern England or North Wales
  • Must be aged 35 or under at time of nomination
  • Must have 3 referees who can support the nomination. There must be one internal referee and one external refer to the nominees own organisation
  • Nominee must have made an outstanding contribution to their own organisation, evidence required
  • Nominee must have made an outstanding contribution outside of their own organisation, evidence required

Finalists:

Natasha Dance, 5plus architects

Heather Evans, Rider Levett Bucknall 

Michael Simpson, GT3 Architects 

 

NextGen Rising Star Scotland

Judged by:

Michael Kilpatrick, Goodson Associates

Gillian Stewart, Michael Laid Architects

Teresa Wong, CMS

Recognising an under 35’s outstanding contribution to the office sector in the region (cross/multi discipline)

  • Must be based in Scotland
  • Must be aged 35 or under at time of nomination
  • Must have 3 referees who can support the nomination. There must be one internal referee and one external refer to the nominees own organisation
  • Nominee must have made an outstanding contribution to their own organisation, evidence required
  • Nominee must have made an outstanding contribution outside of their own organisation, evidence required

Finalists:

Michael Gallacher, Abstract Securities

Emma Macleod, Hurley Palmer Flatt

Toni McCall, Space

 

NextGen Rising Star South West England and South Wales

Judged by: 

Natasha Cottell, ISG

Andy Heath, Cushman & Wakefield

James Horton, Burges Salmon


Recognising an under 35’s outstanding contribution to the office sector in the region (cross/multi discipline)

  • Must be based in the South West England and South Wales
  • Must be aged 35 or under at time of nomination
  • Must have 3 referees who can support the nomination. There must be one internal referee and one external refer to the nominees own organisation
  • Nominee must have made an outstanding contribution to their own organisation, evidence required
  • Nominee must have made an outstanding contribution outside of their own organisation, evidence required

Finalists:

Alex Carron Brown, AWW

Matthew Hartley, Arup

Toni Riddiford, Stride Treglown

 

Graduate of the Year

Judged by:

Lindsey Barrett, CMS

Peter Wynne Rees CBE, The Bartlett, UCL Faculty of the Built Environment 

James Pellatt, Great Portland Estates


Recognising a graduate who has recently entered into the commercial property industry

  • Must have 3 referees who can support the nomination. There must be one internal referee and one external refer to the nominee’s own organisation
  • Nominee must have made a significant contribution to their own organisation, evidence required
  • Nominee must have made a significant contribution outside of their own organisation, evidence required

Finalists:

Harri John, Cushman & Wakefield

Kieran Pearce, BW Workplace Experts


Inspirational Leader of the Year

Judged by:

Lindsey Barrett, CMS

Peter Wynne Rees CBE, The Bartlett, UCL Faculty of the Built Environment 

James Pellatt, Great Portland Estates


Recognising a senior industry member who has led the next generation of office talent

  • Nominations welcome from those aged 35 and under
  • The nominee can be any age. 
  • Must have 1 referee who can support the nomination. The referee can either be the person who has experienced the inspirational leadership, or alternatively a person who has witnessed the nominee leading others.

Finalists:

Richard Clark, Burges Salmon

Carol Costello, Cullinan Studio 

Amanda Whittington, Feilden Clegg Bradley Studios