Finalists for IPMA 2014 Project Excellence Awards announced


Reported by Kasia Pachuta in Kraków

13 August 2014 – Kraków, Poland and Zurich, Switzerland – The International Project Management Association (IPMA) has announced the finalists for their 2014 Project Excellence Awards.  The second Award Jury meeting for the IPMA International Project Excellence Award 2014 took place on 27 July in Paris.

140813-pmwj26-finalists-IMAGEThe Jury of the IPMA International Project Excellence Award 2014 composed of:

  • Mrs. Mary McKinlay, UK – Chair of the Jury
  • Mrs. Constanta Bodea, Romania
  • Mr. Frank Menter, Germany
  • Mr. Roberto Mori, Italy
  • Mr. Hans van Wieren, The Netherlands

Jury has been convened by Mary Koutintcheva – Award Management Board Chairman.

IPMA is pleased to present the following projects that reached the status of Finalists and status of Striving for Excellence.

Finalists in Medium and Big-sized Projects:

Buddha Air – Nepal – Buddha Air Hangar Construction Project

Constructora Cayalá S.A. – Guatemala – Paseo Cayalá Project

General Electric Oil & Gas – Italy – Priolo Ethylene Plant

Finalists in Mega-sized Projects

Tecnimont Spa (Maire Tecnimont Group) – Italy – Gasco Abu Dhabi Habshan 5 Process Plant

Thales Alenia Space France (Cannes) – France – Herschel Planck Project

Thales – UK – Jubilee & Northern Line Upgrade Programme (JNUP)

Striving for Excellence 2014 Finalists

ABN AMRO Bank NV – The Netherlands – Dialogues Incubator / Innovation Centre

Engineering and City Development Organization of Tehran – Iran – Construction of Sadr Elevated Expressway

Engineering and City Development Organization of Tehran – Iran – Niayesh Tunnel Expressway 

At this stage no further results from the Jury decision may be released until the IPMA Award Gala which in 2014 will take place on 30 September at the 28th IPMA World Congress in Rotterdam.

For more information please visit: www.ipma.ch/awards or contact the IPMA Award Office at [email protected] or [email protected] .

Founded in 1965 and registered in Switzerland, the International Project Management Association (IPMA) was the world’s first project management professional organization. IPMA is an international federation of more than 50 national PM societies in Africa, Asia, Australia, Europe and the Americas. IPMA offers an International Competence Baseline standard, a four-level project manager certification, expert seminars and global knowledge.  IPMA’s annual world congress is one of the most important meetings of the world’s project management experts and leaders each year.  The president of IPMA for 2014 is Prof Mladen Radujkovic.  Additional information about IPMA is available at www.ipma.ch

Source: IPMA