Robertson Photo Awards

The Robertson Photo Awards are designed to recognize our Robertson Builders and award outstanding projects in the metal building industry. Any Robertson Builder may enter the contest. You may enter as many projects as you wish. Your projects could be featured on the Robertson website, in case studies, social media, advertisements, literature and more!

Entry Criteria

All entries must meet the following criteria:

1. The project must have been completed in 2021

2. The project must not have been previously submitted or highlighted on Robertson’s website or in Robertson-branded literature.

3. Images submitted with each entry MUST be high resolution (i.e., a minimum of 2 MB per image).


*Photos from various stages of construction can be submitted if they show Robertson products and capabilities.


Judging is done by a panel of qualified Robertson employees and PAC members

Buildings will be judged on the attractiveness of the exterior, skill of construction and the effective use of Robertson Building Systems’ products and components. Judges will first vote on which projects should win the Category Awards and then decide on the Building of the Year from the Category Award winners. 


In addition to the recognition and opportunity to be promoted in our marketing assets, all eligible entries will receive a plaque for themselves and one for their customer.

The Best of Category winners will receive the plaques as well as a canvas photo of their project.

Finally, the Building of the Year will receive everything mentioned above and will also be featured on the 2023 Robertson calendar.

How to Enter

There are two ways to enter the contest:

1. Complete the online form and submit up to 5 of the best images for each project you would like to submit. This form requires more details than the form in the second method, but remember, the more details the better! This method is best for images below 10 MB. 


2. Fill out this PDF form and submit it along with 5 images using this Dropbox link. This PDF form has less fields than the form in the first method. If you have large images over 10 MB, this is the preferred and easiest method of submission.