2011 SUSTAINABILITY AWARDS

05 Sep 2011 - The transformation of 21 Queen Street from 1970s throwback to contemporary downtown landmark earned Peddle Thorp Architects the 2011 Supreme Concrete³ Sustainability Award...
04 Sep 2011 - The vision for the Southern Cross Hospital's Endoscopy Building was to house basement level and first floor level car parks, three operating theatres, a floor of consulting suites and a roof level plant room...
03 Sep 2011 - The use of wood as a sustainable biofuel is common overseas, but relatively new to New Zealand. It was selected by GBC as a substitute for fossil fuels in its cement kiln because its source is renewable, local, readily available and widely accepted by the community as a fuel...
02 Sep 2011 - The architect’s brief for Elmstone House in Auckland was to provide a family home on a suburban a site that splays out from the end of a quiet Auckland cul-de-sac and slopes steeply away towards the North...
01 Sep 2011 - The first new rail route to be built in Auckland since the Eastern Line in 1930, the 1.8km Manukau Rail Link connects the Manukau central business district to the North Island main trunk line...

ALL 2011 AWARD ENTRIES

The 2011 Concrete³ Sustainability Awards attracted a range of quality entries. To share and acknowledge their accomplishments all have been summarised.

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