2005 ArcAwards Official Application Form

08/09/2005


2005 Arc Awards Official Application Form
Deadline for Nominations: October 3, 2005
All fields are required.
NAME/TITLE OF SUBMITTER
COMPANY OR ORGANIZATION
STREET/MAILING ADDRESS
CITY
STATE
PHONE
FAX
EMAIL
NAME OF BUILDING PROJECT
LOCATION (CITY/STATE)
INDICATE WHICH CATEGORY (Project of the Year OR one of the systems categories) YOU WOULD LIKE YOUR SUBMISSION TO BE CONSIDERED: (NOTE: EACH SEPARATE ENTRY MUST HAVE ITS OWN APPLICATION FORM AND ENTRY FEE)
I WOULD LIKE THIS ENTRY TO BE CONSIDERED IN THE PROJECT OF THE YEAR CATEGORY
I WOULD LIKE THIS ENTRY TO BE CONSIDERED IN THE ONE OF THE INDIVIDUAL SYSTEM CATEGORIES
THIS PROJECT INVOLVES (CHECK ONLY ONE)
NEW CONSTRUCTION RETROFIT
PROJECT START AND FINISH DATES
THE PROJECT'S TOTAL DESIGN/CONSTRUCTION COST
DESIGN COST FOR THE MECHANICAL/ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS
GROSS SQUARE FOOTAGE
SQUARE FOOTAGE OF USABLE SPACE
PRINCIPLE MEMBERS OF THE DESIGN/SPECIFICATION TEAM (if applicable)
LEAD MECHANICAL ENGINEER
NAME
PHONE
LEAD PLUMBING ENGINEER
NAME
PHONE
LEAD ELECTRICAL ENGINEER
NAME
PHONE
LEAD FIRE/LIFE SAFETY ENGINEER
NAME
PHONE
OTHER KEY MEMBERS OF THE DESIGN TEAM
NAME/TITLE
PHONE
NAME/TITLE
PHONE
Any questions regarding the ARC Award program’s entry requirements and/or judging criteria can be directed to Jim Crockett, Chief Editor, at 630.288.8150, jcrockett@reedbusiness.com .
Submit your entry in a three-ring binder in which the Official Application Form appears as the first age in the three-ring binder. Each entry must include the following materials:
1. A completed Application Form

2. A check or money order for $125 payable to Consulting-Specifying Engineer magazine for each entry.

3. Supporting photography that includes the building’s exterior and interior, as well as pertinent mechanical, electrical and/or plumbing systems or specifically referenced engineered systems. Ideally, prints and drawings should be in a glossy 8 x 10-in. format. In addition, 35mm color slides of the prints and drawings are recommended. Also, include any other supporting documents or drawings (i.e. project schedules, diagrams or illustrations).

4. A statement regarding (A) the uniqueness of the design and specification of the project such as challenging, modern, functional or efficient systems of the building; (B) the use of new or unusual technologies; (C) results in energy efficiency or sustainability as a result of innovative design; (D) superior systems integration and interaction; (E) inventive solutions to various project challenges and architectural considerations that can include procedures for maximizing each team member’s expertise and input at appropriate junctures, means of exchanging information/ documentation among team members. The statement should not exceed eight typewritten pages.


All entries and supporting entry materials (including photography) become the property of Consulting-Specifying Engineer and will not be returned.





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