A panel of industry judges selected 32 winning projects from 20 different countries around the globe from a record number of entries for ENR’s 2019 Global Best Projects Awards. These exemplary projects demonstrate the risks and rewards—and the hurdles overcome—of designing and building internationally. Reviewing projects in many markets, the judges examined design and construction challenges, benefits to the local community and dedication to quality, innovation and safety, with a special emphasis on the diversity of global project teams and their collaboration. For the Project of the Year, judges and ENR editors chose the repairs to a palace at a UNESCO World Heritage Site in Nepal, which strengthened not only the building but also the community. All the projects will be recognized Oct. 2 in New York City at an awards dinner at the Edison Ballroom. For more information on attending, visit www.globalbestprojects.com.