Green Building Solutions Awards: see the finalists!
On March 19, Construction21 presented the Green Building Solutions Awards finalists during the Ecobat fair in Paris. The contest, organized by the european network Construction21, is meant to promote and rewards innovation in sustainable construction.
Professionals of sustainable construction voted online on the various Construction21 websites across Europe to determine the finalists. Among the 67 buildings and 120 innovative solutions participating to this first phase of the contest, the finalists are, per category:
Energy efficiency Management
- Verrière photovoltaïque SunEwat L,
- Ventilation double-flux individuelle par classe,
- Eoliennes Urban Green Energy UGE-4K,
- Zehnder Comfoair 350 avec récupération de chaleur,
- Rotex HPSU,
- Opal Systems.
Materials and Building Systems
- Système constructif bois XEN-X Lineazen,
- Plancher porteur bois O’PORTUNE,
- Binderholz BBS,
- Double peau de verre menuiseries extérieures aluminium,
- Mur rideau,
- Modcell panneau isolation paille
- Master Solo avec ventilation double débit et luminaires intégrés,
- Jardins filtrants,
- HVA Concept,
- Eco Machine
- Ywood – Aix l’Ensoleillée,
- Résidence passive bois/paille Jules Ferry,
- 6nergy +,
- Edificio CIEM de Saragosse,
- Casa unifamiliar aislada en Roses,
- Complesso residenziale « Solaria »,
- Covent Garden,
- LILAC – Low Impact Living Afodable Community.
An international jury will determine the winners for each category. Also, a special award will be decided by international online votes for the building category only from March 20 to April 3.
Winners will be announced on April 10 in Metropolitan Solutions Fair in Hanover.
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