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Hong Kong Construction Common Data Environment Award

For Organisation Category, we are looking for exemplary organisations that best utilise Common Data Environment (CDE) to improve project management, collaboration, and productivities.

Submission information for Applicants
1. Application should be submitted by online. The deadline of the submission is 30 September 2022.
2. Project owners (clients), developers, consultants and contractors are accepted for participation.
3. Applicants are recommended to list out essential and innovative measures only.
4. Applicants should read the relevant requirements set out in the "Eligibility" section of the "Hong Kong Construction Common Data Environment Award".
Judging Criteria
Criteria % Description
CDE Adoption and Innovation 65
  • Vision and mission
  • Extensiveness of CDE adoption
  • Special innovations
  • Enhancement of workflow on CDE
Contribution and Achievement 25
  • Special achievements and Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) achieved
  • Lessons learned and good practices shared or to be shared
  • CDE-related awards received
Driving CDE Adoption 10
  • Plan on employee training
  • Promotion of use of CDE within the organisation
Tel: 2100 9000
Email: [email protected]
Applicant Information (all fields are mandatory)
Organisation Name
Type of Organisation
Organisation Address
Organisation Website
Contact Person
How do you know about the HKCCDE Award?
Organisation Description
(Maximum 200 words* in English, for publicity purpose in future.)
#Organisation logo (AI and JPG format) is required to be uploaded at Supporting Information section.
Part A (65%)
CDE Adoption and Innovation
A1 Give one key statement about your Organisation and its vision and mission in driving CDE in the organisation/ Hong Kong. What do the organisation want to achieve by adopting CDE? (Maximum 100 words for publicity purpose in future)
A2 In which aspect(s), is CDE adopted in the organisation? (Could choose more than one aspect)
Design Generation Design for Safety Design Revision QA/QC
Regulatory Compliance Cost Estimation Tendering Fabrication
Construction Planning Progress Monitoring Site Installation/Construction Contract Management
Safety Management Manpower Management Defects Management Handover
Lifecycle Asset Management
A3 Are there any innovative uses of CDE apart from those listed above, e.g. integration of site progress data and BIM, development of tools and mobile apps to enhance data transfer onto the CDE?
A4 Referring to A2 and A3 above, please explain further on 1 to 2 significant enhancements in workflow with CDE use in the organisation (Maximum 150 words, can supplement with flowchart)
A5 Please state the policy for data integration with different platforms and data transfer between different project stages including lifecycle asset management.
Part B (25%)
Contribution and Achievement
B1 What are the special achievements and KPIs achieved (e.g. but not limited to those in terms of saving in Time and Cost, improved Quality and Sustainability) Please fill out the CDEA_Organisation_KPI_Workbook provided.
B2 What are the lessons learned and good practices shared or to be shared with the industry?
B3 Has your organisation received any CDE-related awards?
Part C (10%)
Driving CDE Adoption
C1 What is the plan to promote the adoption of CDE within the organisation? What is the training plan for employees to use CDE effectively?
Members to be included for this CDE award (Max. 5 persons)
Roles and Responsibilities
Supporting information/ documents
  • Three photos (300 dpi, not less than 1MB each) and logo (AI and JPG format) are required to be submitted for publicity purpose.
  • The supporting information should be in file format: Word/ Excel/ PPT/ PDF. Total file size should be limited within 20MB.
  • If you would like to submit video(s), please insert download link(s) in the supporting information.
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  • I / We have read, observed and acknowledged the entire contents of this Application Form, in particular the “Rules and Conditions” section of this Application Form.
  • I / We understand that I am / we are bound and agree to be bound by the terms and conditions of the Event as set out throughout this Application Form.
  • The information given in this Application Form are correct to the best of my / our knowledge.
  • I / We agree that the personal data (as defined in the Personal Data Privacy Ordinance (Cap 486)) provided can be used in accordance with the “Personal Information Collection Statement” of this Application Form.
  • To keep you informed of the CIC activities and industry developments which may be of interest, the CIC would like to use your personal data, including your name, phone number and correspondence and email addresses, to update you in relation to training courses, trade testing, registration, events and other aspects of its work and the construction industry. Should you find such use of your personal data not acceptable, please indicate your objection by ticking the box below.
I / We object to the proposed use of my / our personal data in any marketing activities arranged by the CIC and its Secretariat.
Personal Information Collection Statement
The information you provide to the Construction Industry Council (“CIC”), including any personal data as defined in the Personal Data (Privacy) Ordinance (Cap 486), will be used solely for the purposes relating to the activities of the CIC, particularly assessment and publicity purposes relating to the Hong Kong Construction Common Data Environment Award.
The CIC will not transfer your personal data to any third parties without your prior consent.
It is obligatory for you to supply the CIC with complete information. The CIC may be unable to process and/or consider your application if you do not provide complete information.
You are also entitled to request access to and correction of any errors in your personal data. If you wish to do so please write to the [Data Protection Officer] at 38/F, COS Centre, 56 Tsun Yip Street, Kwun Tong, Kowloon, Hong Kong.
Rules and Conditions
All applicants of the Hong Kong Construction Common Data Environment Award (Award) are subject to these Rules and Conditions (Rules and Conditions) and other rules and conditions that may be imposed by the CIC (the Organiser) and/or the Judging Panel (as defined in the Hong Kong Construction Common Data Environment Award information leaflet) as deemed necessary. The Rules and Conditions are as follows:
i The decision of the Judging Panel will be final and absolute on all matters about the process or the interpretations of the Rules and Conditions, voting or any other related issues. The decision of the Judging Panel is binding on all applicants.
ii No award may be granted if no entry is deemed appropriate by the Judging Panel.
iii Before an award is granted, the Organiser reserves the right in their sole and absolute discretion to reject or disqualify any submission without any explanation. Reasons to disqualify a submission include a reasonable belief that these Rules and Conditions have been breached.
iv The Organiser is empowered and has absolute discretion to grant or withhold an award and its decision is final.
v If, after an award is granted, any information supplied in the respective application is discovered to be fraudulent or untrue, or an awardee is proven to the satisfaction of the Organiser to be associated with a fraudulent or dishonourable act, the Organiser reserves the right, after consulting the Judging Panel, to withdraw the award. The Organiser reserves all rights to recover damages or other compensation from the awardee. The awardee will not be entitled to damages or other compensation as a result of the withdrawal of the award.
vi None of the documents and materials submitted with or as part of the application (including all supporting materials for display or demonstration) will be returned to the applicant(s). The Organiser can select to retain or destroy all such documents and materials at its sole discretion.
vii The applicant(s) authorise the Organiser to use all works submitted by the applicant(s), including the names, photographs or videos of the applicant(s) for promotion, marketing, publicity, display, exhibit or other purposes without any prior consent of the applicant(s). The CIC has the right to publish and exhibit any or all submissions, including the winning submissions, in platforms such as CIC publications, CIC website, BIM Portal, CIC BIM Space and other media platforms etc.
viii The Organiser shall require the applicants and awardees to participate and present in publicity events, including the taking of photographs and participation in videos, in relation to the Award unconditionally and the applicants and awardees shall not unreasonably refuse to participate in the same.
ix Any opinions, ideas, conclusions or recommendations expressed by the participants of the Award does not reflect the views of the Organiser. The Organiser shall not be held liable for any indirect, special, punitive, consequential, lost profits or other damages of any kind in connection with the materials and activities of the Award.
x All applicants must be the sole and exclusive owner of the copyright in the video. The video submitted should not infringe any rights of any third party. All applicants should only use third party’s music excerpts or film/video segments in the video with the prior written consent of the relevant third party. Applicants must acknowledge any authorised use of music excerpts or film/video segments in the video in accordance with the relevant copyright laws. The Organiser shall not be responsible whether directly or indirectly for any liability arising whatsoever or howsoever from any violation of any copyright laws. Applicants agree and undertake to accept and be responsible for all such liability arising therefrom. For details about the Copyright Ordinance (Chapter 528), please visit
xi Applicants should declare the video does not:
- infringe or violate, or involve elements that infringe or violate applicable law and regulations, including but not limited to crimes, violence, obscenity, indecency, libel, defamation, privacy invasion, or threatening;
- infringe or violate any intellectual property rights, including but not limited to copyrights, patent, trademarks, trade names, trade secrets or other proprietary rights, held by any third party, regardless whether such rights are known to the applicants;
- contain any confidential information of any third party;
- contain an individual or group of persons, who does not give consent to take such video;
- contain viruses, corrupted files, or other materials that may cause damage to another's computer; or
- advertise or otherwise solicits funds or sales of goods or services.
xii If the video submitted by the applicant infringes or violates any third party’s rights, including but not limited to intellectual property rights, and/or any legislation, law or regulation, the Organiser shall not be responsible for any consequences.
xiii When the Organiser suffers from any claim or investigations conducted by any competent authorities, by reason of any right allegedly subsist in the video or infringement of the same, applicants agrees to hold the Organiser harmless and to indemnify the Organiser in full for any direct or indirect loss and damage, economic loss, loss of reputation and/or any consequential loss and damage or otherwise, together with any expenses, costs and further loss and damage suffered and incurred by the Organiser as a result of such claims and investigations.
xiv The Rules and Conditions are subject to change by the Organiser when necessary. The Organiser reserves the right to amend the Rules and Conditions without prior announcement.

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