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Regional Holcim Awards Winners for North America Announced in Washington, DC

Holcim Gold Award: Regional food-gathering nodes and logistics network, Iqaluit, NU, Canada by Mason White, Lateral Office / InfraNet Lab, Toronto, ON, Canada in collaboration with Lola Sheppard and Fionn Byrne, Lateral Office / InfraNet Lab, Toronto, and Nikole Bouchard, Lateral Office / InfraNet Lab, Princeton, NJ, USA: Regional scale – Inuit trails, food security and shelter in Canada’s high arctic. Holcim Gold Award: Regional food-gathering nodes and logistics network, Iqaluit, NU, Canada: Regional ecologies/networked ecologies. Holcim Gold Award: Regional food-gathering nodes and logistics network, Iqaluit, NU, Canada: Project calendar. Holcim Gold Award: Regional food-gathering nodes and logistics network, Iqaluit, NU, Canada: AFN – Winter – Land/water sites. Holcim Gold Award: Regional food-gathering nodes and logistics network, Iqaluit, NU, Canada: AFN – Summer – Land/water sites. Winners of the Holcim Awards Gold 2011 North America for Holcim Silver Award: Zero net energy school building, Los Angeles, CA by Gloria Lee and Nathan Swift, Swift Lee Office, Los Angeles, CA in collaboration with IBE Consulting Engineers, Sherman Oaks, CA, Thornton Tomasetti Inc., San Francisco, CA, and Butler Manufacturing Company, Santa Ana, CA: Exterior rendering with perforated solar skin with apertures of various size to control daylight and view, and wall panels with applied graphics. Holcim Silver Award: Zero net energy school building, Los Angeles, CA: Rendering of building section and exploded exterior wall and solar skin assembly. Holcim Silver Award: Zero net energy school building, Los Angeles, CA: Plans and systems diagrams. Holcim Silver Award: Zero net energy school building, Los Angeles, CA: NZE design strategies. Winners of the Holcim Awards Silver 2011 North America for “Zero net energy school building, Los Angeles, CA” (l-r): Gloria Lee and Nathan Swift, Swift Lee Office, Los Angeles, CA. Holcim Bronze Award: Energy and water efficient border control station, Van Buren, ME by Julie Snow and Matthew Kreilich, Julie Snow Architects, Minneapolis, MN: View of primary canopy and main building. Holcim Bronze Award: Energy and water efficient border control station, Van Buren, ME: View of primary canopy from staff parking area. Holcim Bronze Award: Energy and water efficient border control station, Van Buren, ME: Historic land divisions, 1867. Holcim Bronze Award: Energy and water efficient border control station, Van Buren, ME: View from St. John Avenue. Winners of the Holcim Awards Bronze 2011 North America for “Energy and water efficient border control station, Van Buren, Maine, USA” (l-r): Julie Snow and Matthew Kreilich, Julie Snow Architects, Minneapolis, MN. Acknowledgement Prize: Energy efficient university building, Lawrence, KS by Dan Rockhill, Studio 804, Inc., Lawrence, KS: Exterior rendering of south and west façades. Acknowledgement Prize: Energy neutral portable classroom, Honolulu, HI by Anderson Anderson Architecture, San Francisco,CA: Modular Construction Configuration. Acknowledgement Prize: Energy, water and waste efficient military installation, Fort Leonard Wood, MS by US Army Corps of Engineers, Washington DC: The holistic integration of multiple scales of the built environment maximizes net gains. Acknowledgement Prize: Environmental center and bird-watching facility using recycled materials, Chicago, IL by Jeanne Gang, Studio Gang Architects, Chicago, IL: Built on a damaged site once used for steel production, the project is built like a nest, reusing nearby and available materials from local scrap and salvage suppliers. 1st 2nd 3rd

Acknowledgement Prize: Energy neutral portable classroom, Honolulu, HI by Anderson Anderson Architecture, San Francisco,CA: Modular Construction Configuration.

Acknowledgement Prize: Energy neutral portable classroom, Honolulu, HI by Anderson Anderson Architecture, San Francisco,CA: Modular Construction Configuration.