LafargeHolcim has made a final call on stakeholders in construction and architectural sector to submit their entries for the 2020 sustainable construction solution awards.
A statement from the company reads, “This is the last opportunity to enable your readers to participate in the LafargeHolcim Awards for Sustainable Construction. There are less than 20 days left until the competition closes on February 25, 2020.”
The competition seeks projects that combine sustainable construction solutions with architectural excellence. Independent expert juries in five geographic regions of the world evaluate submissions using comprehensive “target issues” for sustainable construction. They cover innovation and transferability; ethical standards and social inclusion; resource and environmental performance; economic viability and compatibility; as well as contextual and aesthetic impact.
The regional juries are headed by Jeannette Kuo, Karamuk Kuo Architects, Switzerland (Europe), Reed Kroloff, Illinois Institute of Technology, USA (North America), Loreta Castro Reguera, Taller Capital, Mexico (Latin America), Mariam Kamara, atelier masōmī, Niger (Middle East & Africa) and Nirmal Kishnani, National University of Singapore (Asia Pacific