MASTER JOINERS AWARDS

The New Zealand Joinery Manufacturers Federation celebrate professional excellence through its Annual Master Joiners Awards programme.  The awards programme recognises commitment to standards and craftsmanship.  The awards program is valued as part of the Master Joiner professional membership journey which accounts for its high participation each year. 

Master Joiners encourage the pursuit of excellence through two award programmes, the Registered Master Joiners Awards and the Master Joiner Apprentice Awards.

Applications for entry close on April 15th of each year, please see details below on how to enter and conditions.

Details on the Annual Master Joiners Excellence Awards dinner to be held on June 5th, 2020 at Claudelands Event Centre, Hamilton can be found on the Conference page and on facebook.masterjoiners.

Registered Master Joiners Awards Categories

Judged on workmanship, complexity visual appeal and materials used.

Judging criteria includes use of material, workmanship and skill, complexity of project and visual appeal along with use of materials.

Judging criteria includes use of material, workmanship and skill, complexity of project and visual appeal along with use of materials.

Constructed primarily of any species of timber, judging criteria includes workmanship and skill, complexity of project and visual appeal.

Entries must be constructed primarily of any species of timber and be tagged NZS:4211 timber joinery compliance criteria.  Tag serial number used in the project must be stated within the entry.  Singular or group project items can be submitted in this category.  Projects entered into this category can be entered into any other category.

Judging criteria includes workmanship and skill, complexity and visual appeal and use of materials.  Submission of floor plans must be to an acceptable scale showing significant room dimensions and indication adjoining rooms.

Judging criteria includes workmanship and skill, complexity and visual appeal and use of materials.  Submission of floor plans to be of an acceptable scale showing significant room dimensions and indicating adjoining rooms.  Price is inclusive of GST for the entire kitchen and excludes appliances and installation.  Cost validation is to be included with entry and should include a signed declaration.

This is a design award and must be the sole work of the designer entering the project.  Judging criteria includes, visual appeal, creative design, practicality, use of materials and colour.

Judging criteria includes overall effect.

Criteria includes use of any brand, and judging criteria includes overall effect.

Judging criteria includes workmanship and skill, complexity and use of materials.

Must be made with 70% imported timber.  Projects entered into ‘Best use of Imported timber’ can be entered into any other category.

Master Joiners Apprentice Awards Categories

Best fitment can be any kitchen, cabinet, bar or bench.  Entries must be minimum 80% completed entirely b the apprentice.  Judging criteria include level of workmanship, skill, use of materials, complexity of the project and visual appeal.

Entries may be any timber door, window or stair.  Entries must be minimum 80% completed entirely by the apprentice.  Judging criteria include level of workmanship, skill, use of materials, complexity of the project and visual appeal

Judging criteria include level of workmanship, skill, use of materials, complexity of the project and visual appeal

The People’s Choice Award is judged by delegates attending the Master Joiner Conference via a secure voting ballot.  The winner is announced at the same time as all award winners.

The Gordon Caulfield Memorial Trophy is award to the registered Master Joiner employer of the highest judged contestant in the Over 2 Years category.

 

Commissioned by the late Mrs Noeline Caulfield, the Gordon Caulfield Memorial Trophy represents Gordon’s outstanding contribution to the joinery industry and his work on Awards Tribunals, The Joinery Industry Training Board and as a two-term President of the Federation.

ENTER THE AWARDS

For all details on entering the annual awards, download the PDF information pack here. 

Download the awards board template guide here.

Registered Master Joiners award category entries are subject to a $25.00 plus GST entry fee payable on invoice at the time of entry. 

Apprentice Award entries are free.

Please note the following change

Award entries are no longer required to be freighted and sent for judging on corflute boards.  This new process represents significant savings for members. Please upload the pdf file of the award board and if desired a file with the photos included on the board only.

Following the judging; Master Joiners will arrange the printing of the awards boards for display at the annual conference.

Enter the Master Joiners Awards

Enter the Master Joiners Apprentice Awards

Contact us with your inquiries on awards@masterjoiners.co.nz or contact the office on 04 471 1133

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