Sustainable Buildings Industry Council (SBIC) Calls for Entries for 2004 Awards Program

Aug. 16, 2004
The Sustainable Buildings Industry Council Calls for Entries for its 2004 Awards Program. The entry deadline, August 31, 2004, is rapidly approaching!

The Council will recognize award winners in two categories: the “Exemplary Case Study” category (open to members and non-members) and the “Best Sustainable Practice” category (open to current members and joining members). To learn more about each category and how to participate in the Awards Program, visit (

This is a terrific opportunity to gain recognition for your contribution to sustainable building! Winners will be featured on the Council’s Web site, Council Members’ Web sites, in the Council’s member newsletter, Buildings Inside & Out, and in press releases to SBIC media contacts. In addition, selected winners in the “Exemplary Case Study” competition will be invited to speak at SBIC’s Forum and will have their case work featured on the Whole Building Design Guide (

If you have questions about this program, please contact Sophia Greenbaum at (202) 628-7400 ext. 209.
The Sustainable Buildings Industry Council (SBIC) is an independent, non-profit organization whose mission is to advance the design, affordability, energy performance, and environmental soundness of America’s buildings.

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Sustainable Buildings Industry Council[email protected] 202-628-7400 202-393-5043 (fax) ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

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