40 Under 40

January 05, 2006 |
NOMINATION FORMPlease submit your nomination byJanuary 20, 2006

Building Design & Construction is looking for

40 of the top under-40 “hotshots” in the built environment.

“40 Under 40” Nominees may come from the following fields related to the AEC community:

:: Architecture

:: Interior design

:: Engineering (M/E/P, structural, acoustic, etc.)

:: Construction

:: Construction management

:: Project management

:: Design/build

:: Academia

:: Facility management
:: Real estate development

:: Property ownership or management

:: Finance (related to construction)

:: Government (Federal, state, local)

:: Building product manufacturing

:: Building product inventor/developer

:: NGOs, membership or trade association in the building field

:: Nonprofit environmental or development organizations

Note: Individuals whose work is exclusively related to single-family housing or civil engineering are not eligible.

Qualities and Characteristics We’re Looking For:

(not necessarily in this order):: Leadership skills

:: Inventiveness

:: Sustained career progress

:: “People” skills

:: Client relations

:: Academic training

:: Dedication

:: Personal integrity

:: Technical skills

Don’t be bashful!

If you’re under 40 (as of March 1, 2006) and believe you qualify, feel free to nominate yourself.

International Nominees Welcome

BD&C’s “40 Under 40” Competition is open to Building Team professionals around the world.

Nominations will be judged by the editors of Building Design & Construction, whose decision is final.


Click here for BD&C's “40 Under 40” Nomination Form

Note: There is no entry fee.

Send Nomination Materials and address all questions to:

Jay Schneider, Senior Editor

Building Design & Construction

2000 Clearwater Drive

Oak Brook, IL 60523


[email protected]

Nominations must be received by January 20, 2006.

Click here to see BD&C’s future recognition programs.

For more on BD&C check out the 2006 editorial calendar (PDF).


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