Green Solutions Awards – 143 candidates from 17 countries: time to vote!

Aug. 20, 2018

External news

The first phase is over: numerous professionals from the whole world published a case study on Construction21 between mid-March (launch of the contest at MIPIM) and mid-June (closing of applications) to enter the Green SolutionsAwards 2018.

In total, 103 buildings, 16 districts and 24 infrastructures are competing in this edition. This year also, the mobilisation is worldwide with 17 countries in the contest: Belgium, China, France, Italy, Luxembourg, Morocco, and Spain of course, but also Austria, Colombia, Denmark, Germany, Greece, Japan, Poland, Romania, Ukraine, and the United Kingdom.
See the candidates and vote for your favourites:
Votes buildings Votes infrastructures

Energy & Temperate Climates and Health & Comfort: most liked categories

At the international level, Energy & Temperate Climates and Health & Comfort, as well as Low Carbon, are the mostrepresented categories.
This choice mirrors the trends of the sector where the energy performance is a major issue, just like the growing concern about the well-being of the users and the integration of the human being at the centre of the projects.

USER’S CHOICE: REWARD YOUR FAVOURITES

When applications close, it’s time to vote online. All summer long, anyone can designate their favourite building(s), district(s) and infrastructure(s) by voting for them, just like the juries of experts. The building, the district and the infrastructure with the highest number of likes by September 10th at midnight (Paris time) will receive a User’s choice award for their country.
The only prerequisite to vote: to have a Construction21 account (register for free). Voters can also share their selection on social media to support their favourites and campaign for them. Of course, the candidates are welcome to mobilise their networks and to campaign for their projects.

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