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WAN AWARDS – Healthcare 2011 
Thursday 28 Apr 2011
 
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Editorial

30th April is your last chance to enter your healthcare project…. 


Don’t miss this opportunity get your healthcare project onto the world stage. Our Healthcare category is an important part of the WAN AWARDS, the world’s largest architectural awards programme with over 860 entries from 51 countries, judged by a panel of 118 international experts.

This all adds up to make the WAN AWARDS one of the most cost-effective means of getting worldwide exposure for your project and firm. More developers and clients are now using WAN to source architects; we’ve just heard that Disney used WAN for their European roll-out, contacting architects from our database to design their new stores.

The confirmed members of the jury so far are;

Chan Byun of TRO Jung|Brannen
Wendy de Silva of P+HS Architects
Ann Noble of the UK Construction Industry Council Public Sector Procurement Panel
Greg Penoyre of Penoyre & Prasad
John Wells-Thorpe of the NHS Design Review Panel
John McRae of ORMS Architecture Design

The deadline for Healthcare entries is the 30th April.

You only need to register and pay online this week (£350GBP/$580 USD) to secure your entry, you then have a few days to send in all the details, the link below has all the details, but please contact james.forryan@wantoday.com if you need any help or advice.

Many thanks and Good Luck!

Michael Hammond
Editor in Chief and Chairman of the WAN AWARDS Jury

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