#GreenSolutions Awards 2018: winners of the International platform are known

The Green Solutions Awards aim to include realisations (buildings, districts and infrastructures) from allover the world. While Spanish, French, Chinese, Belgian, Italian, Moroccan, Algerian and Luxembourg projects can compete on their own national platforms, practioners from other countries compete directly on the international platform.

In 2018, the international platform counts 13 projects from the United Kingdom, Greece, Austria, Colombia, Poland, Ukrain, Japan and Romania. An international jury of experts selected finalists for the last step of the contest in COP24.

Discover them here below!

Sustainable Infrastructure Grand Prize

Winner and international finalist: Higashi-Matsushima City Disaster-Ready Smart Eco-Town

Miyagi Prefecture, Japan

  • Project Holder: Higashi-Matsushima City
  • Builder: Sekisui
  • Manager/Dealer: Support of Ministry of Environment

Jury mention and international finalist:   EKOMURO H2O+ Collecting rainwater in schools and urban poverty regions

Bogota, Colombia

  • Project Holder: EKOMURO H2O+
  • Builder: Arq. Ricardo Alba Aldana
  • Manager/Dealer: Family Group EKOMURO H2O+

User's choice - Infrastructure

Winner and international finalist: Smart, sustainable and economical lighting in Copenhagen

Copenhagen, Denmark

  • Project Holder: City of Copenhagen (Københavns Kommune)
  • Builder: Citelum

Sustainable Renovation Grand Prize

Winner and international finalist: Passivistas the House project

Athens, Greece

  • Contractor: Project15
  • Construction manager: Project15
  • Certification company: Hellenic Passive House Institute

Energy & Temperate Climates Prize

Winner and international finalist: CLT Multi comfort office building

Covasna, Romania

  • Contractor: Nizar Construct/Bavaria Ecosystem
  • Designer: Tecto Architectura
  • Construction manager: Tecto Architectura

Low Carbon Prize

Winner and international finalist Waste House

Brighton, United Kingdom

  • Contractor: The Mears Group
  • Construction manager: The Mears Group
  • Companies: Greater Brighton Metropolitan College

Smart Building Prize

Jury mention for resilience: Thames Amphibious House

Marlow, United Kingdom

  • Contractor: (Greenfords)
  • Construction manager: Creative Interiors
  • General contractor: Techniker (structural)

User's choice - Buildings

Winner and international finalist: MineRoom Student Residence Leoben

Leoben, Austria

  • Contractor: ARGE Swietelsky Baugesellschaft m. b. H. & Weissenseer Holz-System-Bau GmbH - Totalübernehmer
  • Construction manager: ARGE Swietelsky Baugesellschaft m. b. H. & Weissenseer Holz-System-Bau GmbH - Totalübernehmer
Moderated by : Alexia ROBIN

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