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    Final week to nominate for 2016 Sustainability Awards

    Nathan Johnson

    Nominations will close on 14 July for the 10th annual Sustainability Awards, Australia's leading showcase of the building projects, products and companies at the forefront of ecologically sustainable design.

    In celebration of the decade milestone we've added a range of new category awards and special prizes in a bid to better represent and reward those committed to promoting genuine progress in Australia's green building industry.

    The judges have been revealed and nominations are already flooding into our online portal, we're tipping that it's going to be our biggest awards program to date.

    In particular we’re looking for further nominations in the following categories:

    SMALL COMMERCIAL
    A project designed and built primarily for any commercial purpose (including retail, hospitality, offices, sport & lifestyle) and under 500sqm in floor area.

    OFFICE & RETAIL FITOUT 
    A renovation to the interior of an office or retail building.

    HERITAGE
    Any built conservation project developed in accordance with the Australian ICOMOS Burra Charter, or any adaptive reuse of a heritage structure.

    INDUSTRIAL & TRANSPORT 
    Projects in this category are industrial or transportation in nature and may be single buildings or groups of buildings. They can be new or adaptive reuse projects.

    As has always been the case, it is free to enter. Finalists will be announced in the Sep/Oct issue of Infolink-BPN Magazine and Architecture and Design, with winners featured in the Nov/Dec edition after they are announced at a gala presentation in Sydney on 14 October 2016.

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    Nominations close on 14 July, 2016. To enter, find out more or see if you’re eligible, please visit: sustainablebuildingawards.com.au

    The Awards are made possible thanks to Covet InternationalGyprockHP, Open ShuttersPremium Floors AustraliaQuattro, USG Boral and Vertilux.

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