The Sustainable Building Awards reward the work done within the vast green building industry. From the pioneers to the rising stars, we look to commend the people who work tirelessly to ensure the global community decreases its collective carbon footprint. Due in part to incredible advancements in technology, in addition to sheer hard work, Sustainable Building has transformed into a billion-dollar industry which is making a difference in daily and future living.
Catching society unaware, the buildings in which we work, live and play were, and in some cases still are, doing long-term damage to the environment. Since the days of the global energy crisis in the 1960s -70s, a movement to provide ecologically aware buildings with long term solutions has existed. Yet it has only been recently that major cities from across the world are passing laws and commissioning green buildings, as leaders realise the need for reduction in carbon footprints.
As such, our goal is to highlight the work done in all areas of green building, from the advancements in sustainable building materials & designs, to utility usage, as well as waste & pollution reduction initiatives. We reveal the notable efforts of all involved in the planning, development and manifestation of the structures which will provide shelter for societies to come.
The Sustainable Building Awards are purely based upon merit and therefore provide a great marketing tool for winners to demonstrate their dedication to the field.
Nominees are gained via our online nomination form, those nominating are BUILD magazine subscribers, our online visitors, social media following, clients and our wider circulation.
Those putting forward nominees are welcome to nominate their own firm, colleagues within their firm and of course third party businesses.
BUILD magazine is part of the digital publishing house AI Global Media, the publishers put forward nominees for consideration.
All those who formally accept their nomination are asked if they would like to submit material for further consideration as supporting evidence. This is by no means mandatory.
Items we consider are the materials supplied by nominees, information on those nominated businesses available online and any information supplied with the original nomination.
Our research team, who are highlighted below, will assess all information presented to them.
The team gather information independently from a number of publicly available sources, they assess the material supplied by the nominees and by those who put them forward originally.
The research team will cast their final judgment based on various criteria including client dedication, innovation, business growth, longevity, online reputation, client feedback and business performance.
Once winners have been determined each winner will be contacted directly.
Detail of award winners will be embargoed until BUILD magazine make the announcement publicly via the website and award winners’ magazine.
To all those who are lucky enough to be selected as winners we offer a number of products and services to assist in gaining maximum exposure for your win, details of which can be found HERE.
We also encourage all of our winners to publicly announce their win independently.
Announcements via company websites, social media channels, via publicly released press releases, and through local and national press are a great way of really maximising the exposure gained from such an amazing achievement. For advice on how to gain maximum exposure from your win please get in touch, we will be more than happy to assist.
Laura is our Awards Manager overseeing a number of BUILD magazine’s major awards programmes
Jane is one of AI Global Media’s Directors and is passionate about delivering maximum value for each award winner.
Jeremy heads up the research team. He is a conscientious and dedicated team leader and is committed to each one of BUILD magazine’s nominees and award winners.
Whilst studying for his history degree, Sam became fascinated by architecture and also gained an appreciation of how infrastructure develops over time.
Since finishing his degree, his interest has widened to gain an appreciation of the impact of modern buildings requirements and the importance of historic restorations and renovations for the betterment of both our environment and culture.