Global design and BIM software provider, Vectorworks, Inc. has garnered essentially 12 nominations at this year’s 2019 Construction Computing Awards.
Vectorworks Architect itself has been nominated for eight awards in total, while the Vectorworks Nomad app received a nomination in the Mobile/Field App Technology category.
Jonathan Reeves, director of Jonathan Reeves Architects, received three nominations for his projects and work as a Vectorworks trainer.
In its fourteenth year, the Construction Computing Awards, also known as “The Hammers,” are structured 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. With 25 categories, the Construction Computing Awards allows companies from every sector of the industry to seek recognition for their efforts over the past 12 months.
“On top of the very successful year we’ve had in the UK and Ireland, we’re delighted to have been recognized for quality and innovation in so many areas,” said Adrian Slatter, Vectorworks UK director of sales. “The launch of Vectorworks 2020 focused on increasing performance and enhancing capabilities in collaboration, BIM and mobile technologies. The short-listing of Vectorworks and its products shows that this strategy has proved successful.”
Vectorworks received an all-time high in number of nominations this year in the following categories:
- Mobile/Field App Technology of the Year: Vectorworks Nomad
- BIM Product of the Year: Vectorworks Architect
- Collaboration Product of the Year: Vectorworks Architect
- Innovation of the Year: Vectorworks Architect 2020
- One to Watch Company of the Year: Vectorworks, Inc.
- Architectural Design Product of the Year: Vectorworks Architect
- Editor’s Choice 2019: Vectorworks, Inc.
- Company of the Year: Vectorworks, Inc.
- Product of the Year: Vectorworks Architect
- Best Use of IT in a Construction Project of the Year: Jonathan Reeves Architects with Vectorworks for 106 Chavney Rd
- BIM Project of the Year: Jonathan Reeves Architects with Vectorworks for 21 Station Rd
- Health & Safety/Training Solution of the Year: Jonathan Reeves Architects for Vectorworks Training
The awards are decided by voter submission and a panel of judges. The Editor’s Choice award is selected by the editor of Construction Computing Magazine David Chadwick.
Voting closes November 1 and the winners’ ceremony will be held on November 14. Voters are encouraged to place their vote here. The final list of winners will appear in the November/December ’19 issues of CAD User and Construction Computing magazine.
Architosh Analysis and Commentary
This is a very impressive showing of nominations for Vectorworks and may be indicative of how various publications and award programs may evaluate the latest release of Vectorworks Architect (version 2020) in the coming months.
Vectorworks will certainly not win all these honors and is up against formidable competitors with innovative technologies of their won. However, given the sheer number of nominations, the 2020 release appears to be impressing evaluators, press, and juries. Architosh has yet to review the product but we look forward to putting Vectorworks Architect 2020 through its paces.
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