Almost every area of human action today has its competitions, juries and rankings. Logistics and industrial reality are not an exception. Here is an overview of the most famous awards.

CIJ Awards

The Roberts Publishing Media Group, which produces both printed and digital media about real estate, also publishes a magazine called CIJ (Commercial Investment Journal), which has given its name to this real estate competition. It has been running since 2001 and it is the oldest of its kind here. The competition, which has six categories with a number of subcategories, focuses on the region of Central and Southeastern Europe, where it has gained a great reputation over the years. The award ceremony will be held on 30 November at the Marriott Hotel in Prague.

Best of Reality

Another well-established competition is Best of Realty, which was established in 1999. It tracks and awards newly built or reconstructed buildings in the Czech Republic, with the categories of administrative projects, renovated offices, shopping centers, hotels, residences or industrial and warehouse facilities. Over 650 projects from across the country were screened during the competition.

Tenant Awards – the best logistics park

The 9th-annual ATOZ Logistics competition is conceived in a slightly different way. It is unique in that industrial parks evaluate their own tenants. During a telephone poll, a total of twenty aspects are assessed in four groups, from the technical parameters and location of the building to their experience with services and operation. This is very interesting and valuable feedback for developers and investors and provides the possibility of an independent comparison.

CEEQA

This abbreviation stands for the Central & Eastern European Real Estate Quality Awards, which honors business and success in commercial real estate. It focuses on Central and Southeastern Europe, which was heavily devastated by World War II and Communist dictatorships, and commends interesting and successful achievements carried out during the upgrading and renewal of the region. It is one of the most important European economic projects. A total of 23 prizes are awarded — five for completed buildings, sixteen for companies and two for individuals.

Logistics Project of the Year

The Czech logistics competition is announced by the Czech Logistics Association in accordance with the conditions of the traditional continental competition for the European logistics project of the year. Projects that are at least eighty percent finished can be nominated for the national round, representing innovative and beneficial solutions, and transferring their know-how to other projects. The best three buildings can be assigned to the European round of the European Gold Medal in the Logistics and Supply Chain if they are interested.

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