Construction Awards

Welcome to the Galvanizers Association Galvanizing Awards (GAGAs). This is a free, annual competition which has been recognising the use of galvanizing since 1994.

Why enter the GAGA construction awards

Entering the construction industry awards offers fantastic opportunities to meet and network with other professionals. Enter the GAGA construction awards and raise your profile.

  • Get recognition for your project.
  • Get featured in Hot Dip Galvanizing Magazine (distributed across Europe).
  • Get profiled on our website.
  • Be a part of our PR campaign.
  • Win a unique galvanized watering can.
  • Raise the profile of your practice.

Entering is quick and easy

All we need from you are:
1. Good quality photos
2. A short description of where galvanizing was used

Have a project in mind? Let us know by clicking the button below

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Past winners of the GAGA construction industry awards

25 Years Young

2019 is the 25th anniversary of our GAGAs.

We have awarded our prestigious galvanized watering cans to an illustrious list of projects from the new stand at Leicester City Football Club to Tonkin Liu’s Old Shed New House.

Along the way, the versatility of the Awards has meant that recognition has also landed at the door of P J Johnson, Ian Ritchie Architects, Chris Wilkinson Architects and Sutherland Hussey Harris, to mention a few.

We will update you on how we will be celebrating our 25th and let you know how you can be part of the celebrations as we approach our 2019 Ceremony in June.


WHO CAN ENTER: architects, engineers, constructors, artists


2019 GAGA Judges

The judging panel consists of Isabelle Priest, Matthew Wells, Greg Storrar and Iqbal Johal.

It was quite a shock, the shortlist was incredibly strong and we genuinely didn’t expect to be asked to step on stage.
Tonkin Liu Architects, 2018 Architecture Winners

All we need from you are:
1. Good quality photos
2. A short description of where galvanizing was used

Regardless of whether you have a small, artistic installation or a large-scale industrial building, all projects are judged on merit not scale, across five categories.W