A national and international competition, free of charge, open to all professionals from this sector. It showcases your sustainable buildings, districts and infrastructures to promote your know-how and contribute to the fight against climate change.
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This contest is the concrete embodiment of all statements on ecological transition: it promotes already existing solutions, integrated in buildings, districts and infrastructures.
Thanks to a worldwide communication plan, each participant – candidate, partner or jury member – will benefit from enhanced visibility among peer professionals and become a source of inspiration. In 2018, the contest generated 4.1 million views.
You want to participate in this collective initiative? Join as a sponsor, media partner or juror! Contact us at info[at]construction21.fr
Organised by Construction21, the Awards include a national phase, where candidates first compete within their own country, and an international phase, gathering the champions of each platform.
Originally a competition dedicated to green buildings, the Green Solutions Awards have in recent years expanded their scope to districts and infrastructures in order to take into account a wider variety of sustainable city solutions and actors.
|March 14||Launch during MIPIM, at the Palais des Festivals in Cannes, on BNP Paribas Real Estate’s booth|
|June 17||Closing of applications
Launch of online votes for the users’ choice
|July-August||Communication campaign around the candidates
Jury to select national winners
Announcement of the national winners and international finalists. A jury selects the international winners
|October||Communication campaign around national winners
Communication campaign around the finalists
|November 4||International Ceremony: Announcement of the international winners at Batimat, Paris, France
Communication campaign around the winners
Our participation in the Green Solutions Awards made the project known both nationally and internationally. I also had the chance to discover other approaches by observing the different candidates.
Philippe Madec, architect at APM Architecture, Sustainable District Grand Prize France 2017