Submit a Nomination by October 12
2020 has been a challenging year, to say the least. The construction industry has had its fair share of hurdles including jobsite shutdowns and restarts, a rapid shift to support remote workers, and strict and changing safety regulations. Despite these roadblocks, construction professionals have prevailed – demonstrating the grit, determination, and fearlessness that makes this industry so special.
There’s no better time to celebrate the achievements that extraordinary people have made in construction this year. It’s why we’re excited to launch our third annual 40 Under 40 program. As the industry’s workforce evolves, today’s jobsites, trailer, and home offices are filled with more talent, innovation, and ambition than ever before. 40 Under 40: Construction Champions of 2020 recognizes both established and up and comers in architecture, engineering, and construction (AEC) who are pushing boundaries and advancing the industry.
Submit your nomination today through October 12:
40 Under 40 Nomination Criteria
We’re asking our community to nominate people who have made a big impact in 2020. The list will recognize extraordinary construction professionals under the age of 40 who fit one or more of the following criteria:
- Someone who has made a big impact in their role in 2020.
- A professional who has demonstrated exceptional leadership.
- An industry pioneer who has implemented or managed technology with a major impact on a project and their company.
Whether it’s a friend, colleague, family member, acquaintance or even yourself, submit a nomination for 40 Under 40: Construction Champions of 2020 nomination today by October 12.
When Will the List Be Announced?
The list will be announced at the end of this year, so stay tuned. You can also subscribe to our blog to get weekly updates.
At Look at Past Years’ Winners
40 Under 40 alumni have achieved some incredible things in the construction industry. Interested in seeing who has been featured in our 40 Under 40 program in past years? Take a look: