APSEA nomination deadline extended; judges wanted

By on 18 July, 2022

Nominations for the 2022 Asia-Pacific Spatial Excellence Awards have been extended for an extra week and will now close at noon (AEST) on Monday, 25 July 2022. 

The organisers, having received numerous requests, have extended the deadline to give industry members enough time nominate themselves, a valued colleague or an inspiring project for the awards.

Nominations can be made via the APSEA website.

The organisers have also issued an invitation to industry members consider becoming a 2022 APSEA judge.

Judging panels are established for each category (in both the individual and industry awards), with judges sought across all backgrounds, regions and disciplines of the profession.

Judging is done online and, apart from the nomination assessments themselves, involves just one brief Microsoft Teams meeting.

As some award categories can receive up to 20 nominations, potential judges with time limitations can be assigned awards categories that receive fewer nominations.

The proposed timeline is:

Nominations close: 25 July

Online judging of nominations: 25 to 31 July

Judging meetings: 1 to 5 August

All regional winners confirmed: 8 August

Potential judges can express their interest via an online form, the deadline for doing so being close of business on Wednesday, 20 July 2022.

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