Each year, the Construction Computing Awards — or “The Hammers” as they’re also known — reveal their list of nominees “to showcase and reward the technology, tools, and solutions for the effective design, construction, maintenance, and modification of commercial buildings, residential and social housing, and civil engineering projects of all sizes.”
The awards’ website continues, “As ever, our aim is for The Construction Computing Awards to allow companies from every sector of the industry to seek recognition for their efforts over the past 12 months.”
This year, we’re proud to announce that Vectorworks — and one project designed with Vectorworks — has been nominated for multiple Construction Computing Awards.
Vote for Vectorworks!
The public is encouraged to vote in 17 categories for this year’s Construction Computing Awards. We’re honored to share that Vectorworks has been nominated for the following awards:
- BIM Software of the Year 2021.
- Architectural Design Software of the Year 2021.
- Company of the Year 2021.
Click the button to participate in the 2021 Construction Computing Awards; and be sure to vote for Vectorworks! Voting is quick and easy. It takes no more than two minutes, and is open to anyone in any country. Voting ends November 1.
In addition to the various categories where the public can cast their vote, there are panel-judged categories. Jonathan Reeves Architects’ use of Vectorworks Architect has been nominated for two of these awards:
- BIM Project of the Year 2021.
- Augmented Reality/Virtual Reality Project of the Year 2021.
A Vectorworks expert, Jonathan Reeves has offices in Loughborough and Leicestershire in the United Kingdom.“Whether you are planning an extension, home remodeling, conversion, or a new build, JRA will help provide a professional creative solution,” says the JRA website.
“JRA are leading practitioners in architectural visualization — bringing your plans to life with 3D computer aided design (CAD) and building information modeling (BIM). Additionally, we offer architectural surveys, feasibility studies, and help with planning applications for your project.”
We wish JRA and the other nominees all the best in this year’s 2021 Construction Computing Awards!