|Sector||Arts & leisure / Civic buildings / Education / Healthcare / Infrastructure / Landscape / Offices/Commercial / Religion / Residential / Retail / Sports / Urban design|
|Posted By||Lifecycle Building Challenge|
|Summary||Lifecycle Building Challenge competition|
Enter the third year of the Lifecycle Building Challenge competition, to shape the future of green building and facilitate local building materials reuse. Submit your innovative project, design, or idea for reducing to conserve construction and demolition materials and reduce greenhouse gas emissions by designing buildings for adaptability and disassembly.
Lifecycle building is designing buildings to facilitate disassembly and material reuse to minimize waste, energy consumption, and associated greenhouse gas emissions. Also known as design for disassembly and design for deconstruction, lifecycle building describes the idea of creating high-performance buildings today that are stocks of resources for the future.
Click here to read Key Challenge Guides and additional resource materials.
Only residents of the United States and its territories are eligible.
December 15 2008: competition launches
March 1 2009: registration opens
August 30 2009: submission deadline
Fall 2009: winners recognised
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