New deadline: you have until June 17 to register for the Green Solutions Awards 2018!
Construction21, organiser of the international competition Green Solutions Awards, grants one extra week to enter. Applications close on Sunday, June 17th, at midnight, to publish your buildings, districts or infrastructures in the category of your choice.
Finish before June 17
With this extension, pioneers of sustainability who want to compete in the Green Solutions Awards have three weeks left to publish their case studies in order to enter the 2018 edition. This unique competition offers the opportunity for greater visibility nationally and internationally and also to get noticed by thousands of professionals. In 2017, the Awards generated 1.5 million views!
A chance to take
Participating in the Green Solutions Awards guarantees visibility across the globe. An intense communication plan, on and offline, relayed by more than 80 media partners, along with related events, will offer wide scale disseminationof the candidates’ solutions and know-how. Last but not least,applying is free!
Naturally, every candidate contributes to accelerating the transition of the construction sector toward sustainablepracticesby sharing its solutions and inspiring its peers.
Former candidates can testify, the competition has multiple benefits. Don’t wait any longer and join the 2018 race!
Read the former candidates testimonies
How to participate?
Entering the Green Solutions Awards is quite easy: once connected on Construction21 (creating your account is quick and free), simply publish a case study on one of the three databases – Buildings, Districts, Infrastructures – to describe one of your exemplary projects (or more).
If your project is located in a country with a Construction21 platform, use the matching platform. Otherwise, publish your case study in French or in English on the international platform. All case studies are then translated and they are visible in English, French, Chinese, Spanish…
Select the categories (see below) best matching the strong points of your project. In addition to their chosen categories, all candidates will be eligible to the User’s Choice Award and to the Grand Prizes (by jury’s decision).
Detail a minimum of one solution per building, district or infrastructure, that matches the choice of your category.
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