Deadline approaching to register for Holcim’s sustainable construction awards
February 21, 2014 by STAFF REPORT
Submissions for the Holcim Awards for Sustainable Construction are being accepted until March 24.
Now in its fourth cycle, the competition recognizes innovative projects, community plans, buildings, technologies and ideas from around the world that deliver economic and social performance while considering environmental impact.
It is open to professionals, academics, students and project owners worldwide, who work in the fields of architecture, urban design, civil engineering, brownfield redevelopment, community planning and other related fields.
Past Canadian winners include Regional food-gathering nodes and logistics network in Iqaluit, Nunavut by Toronto architecture firm Lateral Office, Greening the Infrastructure at Benny Farm in Montreal by Quebec firm L’OEUF, Living with Lakes Centre for freshwater restoration and research in Sudbury, Ont. by professor John Gunn and Architect Peter Busby, and Evergreen Brick Works in Toronto by urban planner David Stonehouse and architect Joe Lobko.
For more information visit www.holcimawards.org.
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