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Entries open for CTBUH’s Annual Awards

Nominations are now being accepted for the Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat’s 9th Annual Awards program. The competition seeks tall building projects for consideration for one of the Council’s seven Tall Building/Lifetime Achievement Awards, and projects to be profiled in the Annual Awards Book and promoted around the world.

The CTUBH considers and reports on a wide range of the planning, design, construction and design of tall buildings. Also taken into account is the role and impact of tall buildings on the urban environment.

The council’s membership is uniquely and proudly interdisciplinary. The CTBUH Awards Committee, 2010 includes the following members; Gorgon Gill - Awards Committee Chairman, AS + GG, Ahmed Abdelzeraq – Samsung, Bruce Kuwabara – KPMB Architects, Peter Murray – Wordsearch, Matthieus Schuler – Transolar, Mun Summ Wong – WOHA, Antony Wood - CTBUH Executive Director.

All nominated buildings must have been completed in the 20-month period between January 1st, 2009 and October 1st, 2010. Deadline for receipt of nominations is 30th April 2010, at which time the Awards Committee will deliberate and choose the winners. The prestigious Awards Ceremony and Dinner will take place in Mies van der Rohe’s Crown Hall, Chicago on Thursday 21st October 2010. For more information contact Steve Henry at shenry@ctbuh.org or visit http://awards.ctbuh.org

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