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TeamBuild 2009 - One weekend to solve construction quest

Young construction professionals nationwide are invited to enter TeamBuild 2009, the competition which asks workers from different disciplines to work together to solve a construction problem - in one weekend.
TeamBuild 2009 - One weekend to solve construction quest
Construction professionals aged under 30 can sign up for entry, whether they already have a team or are looking to join one.

The competition starts with a masterplan proposal and runs right through the construction process, finishing with the construction stage of a major development.

A team of industry judges grades the teams on architectural, landscape, civil, structural, M&E, financial, construction and project management skills.

Teams of up to six complete in a pre-qualification task and the top nine teams will go to Eynsham Hall in Oxfordshire for the competition final in November.

Participation in the final weekend counts as four days' CPD as well as helping competitors fulfil several of the core objectives required for chartered membership of many institutions.

There are three cash prizes; for the overall winning team, best procurement strategy and a judges' discretionary prize.

Held annually since 1992, Teambuild 2009 is supported by ConstructionSkills, the industry's sector skills council. The idea for the competition was inspired by the problem of poor communication between construction professions delivering projects for clients.

Bursary places are available for those unable to meet entry costs. For details contact Richard Hart on 01460 259776 or go to

27 April 2009


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