in the Northwest and Pacific Region create some of the world's most
sustainable buildings. What Makes it GREEN? (WMIG?) celebrates your
achievements and the interdisciplinary teamwork required to meet the 2030
Challenge®. Through live interviews with shortlisted project teams, WMIG?
educates and inspires the larger design community with creative solutions
for sustainability. The submittal process is planned as a companion to AIA
National COTE's Top Ten Green Projects Awards so you can leverage one
submittal for both programs to simultaneously showcase your expertise
regionally and nationally.
February 21Submission Preparation Class February 27Registration Deadline
(late fees apply after February 27) March 7Final Submission
Deadline by 5pm April 6Shortlisted Teams
Notified April 18Shortlist Team
Presentations and Awards Announcement and Reception
Thank you to Joel Loveland, Dr. Carrie Sturts Dossick,
and Tom Boysen
for presenting at the AIA+2030 Professional Series session 1 on January 27,
Setting and Achieving Energy Goals with Integrated Design.
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