Call for entries: 40 Under 40 in Residential Construction Awards

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Do you have an “up-and-comer” on your Home Building or Remodeling Team? Professional Builder and Professional Remodeler magazines are teaming up to launch the first annual “40 Under 40 in Residential Construction” awards program, honoring “hotshots” in home building and remodeling markets. There is no fee to submit, and you may submit multiple candidates form the same organization. Nominations due: February 1, 2011

November 25, 2010

Professional Builder & Professional Remodeler’s

40 Under 40

in Residential Construction Awards

Please submit your nomination by February 1, 2011 Note: There is no fee to submit, and you may submit multiple candidates form the same organization. Candidates must be under the age of 40 as of April 1, 2011.


Do you have an “up-and-comer” on your Home Building or Remodeling Team? Professional Builder and Professional Remodeler magazines are teaming up to launch the first annual “40 Under 40 in Residential Construction” awards program, honoring “hotshots” in home building and remodeling markets.

“40 Under 40” nominees may come from the following fields related to home building and remodeling:

  • Home building
  • Remodeling
  • Land development
  • Real estate development
  • Trade contracting/subcontracting
  • Architecture
  • Interior design
  • Engineering (M/E/P, structural, etc.)
  • Banking/lending/appraisal
  • Industry consulting
  • Academia
  • Marketing/sales
  • Merchandising
  • Market research
  • Property ownership or management
  • Finance (related to construction)
  • Government (Federal, state, local)
  • Building product manufacturing
  • Building product inventor/developer
  • NGOs, membership or trade association in the building field
  • Nonprofit environmental or development organizations

Qualities and Characteristics We’re Looking For (not necessarily in this order)

  • Leadership skills
  • Inventiveness
  • Sustained career progress
  • “People” skills
  • Client relations
  • Academic training
  • Dedication
  • Personal integrity
  • Technical skills
  • Community outreach
  • Industry/association involvement

Don’t be bashful!

If you’re under the age of 40 (as of April 1, 2011) and believe you qualify, feel free to nominate yourself. Nominations will be judged by the editors of Professional Builder and Professional Remodeler magazines, whose decision is final. Note: There is no fee to submit, and you may submit multiple candidates form the same organization

Nomination process:

  1. Complete the nomination form on the following page.
  2. Mail nomination form, along with a brief written statement and supporting materials, to the address below by February 1, 2011.
     

Professional Builder | 3030 W. Salt Creek Lane, Ste. 201 | Arlington Heights, IL 60005-5025 | Attn: David Barista

Questions? Contact David Barista at dbarista@sgcmail.com; 847-954-7929.


40 Under 40 in Residential Construction Awards Nomination Form

Please submit your nomination by February 1, 2011

Nominee’s name_________________________________________________________

Title or Position__________________________________________________________

Firm or Organization Name ________________________________________________

Street Address___________________________________________________________

City___________________________ State/Province_________  Postal Code_________

Telephone____________________ E-mail_____________________________________

Age (as of April 1, 2011) or Date of Birth___________________________

Professional Discipline. (circle)

  • Home builder
  • Remodeler
  • Land developer
  • Real estate developer
  • Trade contractor/subcontractor
  • Architect
  • Interior designer
  • Engineer (M/E/P, structural, etc.)
  • Banker/lender/appraiser
  • Industry consultant
  • Marketing/sales professional
  • Market researcher
  • Other_____________________________________________________________

Academic degrees/name of institution (if known)_______________________________

______________________________________________________________________

Name of Person Making Nomination (if different from Nominee)

______________________________________________________________________

Title or Position__________________________________________________________

Firm or Organization Name ________________________________________________

Street Address___________________________________________________________

City___________________________ State/Province_________  Postal Code_________

Telephone____________________ E-mail_____________________________________

Along with the nomination form above, mail a brief written statement (1-2 pages, 500-1000 words) and supporting materialsto the address below by February 1, 2011. The following topics are meant to be suggestive, but you are not required to limit your statement to these factors:

Leadership skills

  • Leadership skills
  • Inventiveness
  • Sustained career progress
  • “People” skills
  • Client relations
  • Academic training
  • Dedication
  • Personal integrity
  • Technical skills
  • Community outreach
  • Industry/association involvement

Please include additional materials in support of your Nominee:

  • Descriptions of the Nominee’s work or projects
  • Reprints of articles about the Nominee or the Nominee’s work
  • Firm brochures in which the Nominee is mentioned
  • Newspaper or publication clippings about the Nominee
  • Testimonials from clients or others familiar with the Nominee’s work
  • Awards received
  • Presentation materials

Please include the Nominee’s résumé and cover letter, if it is available to you.

Send nomination form, written statement, and supporting materials by February 1, 2011 to:

Professional Builder | 3030 W. Salt Creek Lane, Ste. 201 | Arlington Heights, IL 60005-5025 | Attn: David Barista

Questions? Contact David Barista at dbarista@sgcmail.com; 847-954-7929.

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