Deadline extended! 2013 Building Team Awards entries now due March 22

March 15, 2013 |
David Barista

2012 Platinum Award Winner: Rush University Medical Center, Chicago

The deadline for the 2013 Building Team Awards has been extended to Friday, March 22. The competition is open to new construction projects that were completed on or after January 1, 2012. Click here for entry information.

Winning a 2013 BTA will offer your firm a host of benefits. Here are a few no-brainer reasons to submit your best work:

1. Show off your creative solutions. The Building Team Awards is the industry's only new construction awards program that honors both the successful collaboration of the Building Team (architects, contractors, engineers, owner, etc.) and the design/construction excellence of the project. We focus on the problem-solving and creative solutions by the team, not just one member of the team.



2. Get showcased in BD+C and at the AIA show. The winners will be featured prominently in the June 2013 issue of Building Design+Construction, which will be distributed at the AIA National Convention in Denver.



3. Win more business. Thirty-seven percent of our 72,142 readers are decision makers at prominent Building Owner firms. That equates to more than 26,000 loyal BD+C readers who could be your next clients. The BTAs are a great way to showcase your work and team collaboration to thousands of potential clients.



4. Feature your work in a future issue of BD+C. The editors often use the BTA submissions (whether they're winners or not) as the basis for articles in the magazine and on BDCnetwork. It could be a creative structural solution or an innovative construction approach or a novel architectural design. We're always looking for great ideas.



The final deadline for submissions is Friday, March 22, 2013.

Download the entry form at: http://www.bdcnetwork.com/2013-building-team-awards-call-entries



Don't hesitate to reach out with any questions. dbarista@sgcmail.com.

David Barista | Building Team Blog
Building Design+Construction
Editorial Director

David Barista is Editorial Director of Building Design+Construction and BDCnetwork.com, properties that combined reach more than 100,000 commercial building professionals, including architects, engineers, contractors, and building owners. David has covered the U.S. construction industry for more than a decade, previously serving as Editor-in-Chief of BD+C, Professional Builder, Custom Builder, and HousingZone.com. He has won numerous editorial awards, including six Jesse H. Neal Awards and multiple honors from the Construction Writers Association and the American Society of Business Publication Editors.

Email: dbarista@sgcmail.com

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