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Call for Canadian Entries (closed)

SBC11 Canadian team

The Sustainable Building Challenge is an international co-operative process to develop a deeper understanding of performance assessment tools and highlight innovative sustainable building design techniques. The Challenge will form a key part of the Seventh World Sustainable Building Conference (SB11) to be held in Helsinki, Finland from October 18 to 21, 2011.

In December 2009, the iiSBE SB11 Canadian Team issued a 'Call for Entries' to search for projects that represent some of the best examples of sustainable buildings designed and developed in Canada over the past three years. The submission deadline has past and two projects selected in June 2010 are now undergoing a comprehensive evaluations so they can be presented at SB11. These projects are:
- Enermodal's new 2,150 sq. m. office building in Kitchener, Ontario; and
- Okanagan College's new 7,335 sq. m. sustainable trades training building in Penticton, British Columbia.

Please click on the links below for further information on SB11 and the submission requirements that were used to select the two projects that will represent Canada in Helsinki.

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SBC11 Canada Call for Entries Final (pdf) 134 KB
SBC11 Canada Press Release (pdf)
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SBC11 Canada communiqué de presse (pdf) 83 KB

Sustainable Building Challenge 2011

After Tokyo 2005 and Melbourne 2008, the Sustainable Building Challenge returns to Europe, hosted by the international conference SB11, held in Helsinki on the 18th - 21st October (http://www.sb11.org).
The third edition of the event organized by iiSBE focuses on the design challenges of all-round sustainability, opening up to all types of buildings and taking a step forward towards sustainable neighborhoods.
The best projects submitted will be invited to participate in design panels, created to show and discuss the design challenges and successes with the SB11 audience and the other panel attendees; all the selected projects will be showcased in the SBTheatre, which will feature audio and video presentations of the projects, each visible also on demand.

For the overview of the teams for SBC11 navigate to www.iisbe.org/sbc11/teams

The SBChallenge11 proceedings are available on http://sbchallenge.iisbe.org