ARC Awards applications due Oct. 15

There's still time to participate in this year's ARC Awards, CSE's annual competition for top MEP projects of the year. Download the 2007 application for Consulting-Specifying Engineer's ARC Awards at www.csemag.com. This program recognizes the firms and engineers winning or placing in two categories: Most Innovative New Construction Project and Most Innovative Rehab/Reconstruction Project.

09/01/2007


There's still time to participate in this year's ARC Awards, CSE's annual competition for top MEP projects of the year. Download the 2007 application for Consulting-Specifying Engineer's ARC Awards at www.csemag.com.

This program recognizes the firms and engineers winning or placing in two categories: Most Innovative New Construction Project and Most Innovative Rehab/Reconstruction Project. Gold, Silver and Bronze awards will be given in each category.

To qualify, all projects must have been completed after July 1, 2006, but prior to July 31, 2007. Entries are due at the CSE offices by Oct. 15. There is a $125 entry fee. Mail submissions to: ARC Awards, CSE Magazine, 2000 Clearwater Drive, Oak Brook, IL 60523.

Each entry must be submitted in a three-ring binder and include the application form, entry fee, supporting photography and project description. Entries and photography will not be returned.

Winning projects will be featured in the December 2007 issue and on the website. Engineers and firms that submit winning projects will receive a plaque that is suitable for display in office headquarters, along with a congratulatory letter from the magazine's chief editor and publisher. The letter may be used for national press releases, posting on the winning project's corporate website and accompanying RFQs.

The ARC Awards honor engineers and their firms who have incorporated unique MEP design elements into commercial, institutional and industrial building projects. The projects are judged by CSE staff, the CSE editorial advisory board and other engineers and industry professionals.





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