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    Slide 1:Promoting and rewarding sustainable construction

    Slide 2:The sponsor: Holcim Ltd Triple bottom line Sustainable development The Holcim Foundation Background and mission Target issues for sustainable construction Activities The Holcim Awards competition Examples of winning projects How to participate Agenda

    Slide 3:Starting in the Swiss village of Holderbank 98 years ago

    Slide 5:Sustainable development Balanced triple bottom line

    Slide 6:Focus on education, building infrastructure and community development Community spending of CHF 41 million in 2008, with over 2 million people directly benefitting Alliances help to make step changes: Stakeholder engagement, community involvement

    Slide 10: Green labels: Construction certification systems

    Slide 12:Governance of the Holcim Foundation

    Slide 14:Holistic approach to sustainable construction

    Slide 15:Significant advancements ? Progress Environmental performance ? Planet Economic efficiency ? Prosperity Social responsibility ? People Architectural quality ? Proficiency Target issues criteria for sustainable construction

    Slide 21:Activities to promote sustainability in construction

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    Slide 25:270 participants from 39 countries 4 workshops

    Slide 28:3-year-cycle of regional and global competitions

    Slide 29:Regional and global competitions: prize money USD 2 Mio Prize money for each of the five regional Awards amounts to USD 300,000. Winners are free to use the prize money for their respective project or anything else.Prize money for each of the five regional Awards amounts to USD 300,000. Winners are free to use the prize money for their respective project or anything else.

    Slide 30:1st and 2nd Holcim Awards competitions

    Slide 31:Independent Awards juries in five regions 2008

    Slide 32:Five regional Awards ceremonies 2008

    Slide 34:Global Holcim Awards Gold 2009

    Slide 35:Global Holcim Awards Gold 2009

    Slide 37:Global Holcim Awards Silver 2009

    Slide 38:Global Holcim Awards Silver 2009

    Slide 39:Global Holcim Awards Bronze 2009

    Slide 40:Global Holcim Awards Bronze 2009

    Slide 41:Global Holcim Awards Gold 2006

    Slide 42:Global Holcim Awards Gold 2006

    Slide 43:Global Holcim Awards Silver 2006

    Slide 44:Global Holcim Awards Bronze 2006

    Slide 46: Competition closes for entries March 23, 2011; Help-desk at helpdesk@holcimawards.org Holcim Awards (main) category Projects at an advanced stage of design Construction/production may not have commenced before July 1, 2010 Holcim Awards Next Generation (student) category Visions and ideas also at conceptual level Student projects created within university programs at final-year bachelor level or above (incl. masters and PhD) No restrictions to eligibility of entries Landscape, urban design and infrastructure Building and civil engineering works Materials, products and construction technologies 3rd Holcim Awards competition cycle

    Slide 47:Entries only at www.holcimawards.org in English

    Slide 49:Date and location July 28-30, 2011, IIT, Mumbai, India (tbc) Members Uday ATHAVANKAR, designer, India (tbc) Olivia la O CASTILLO, social scientist/administrator, Philippines Wowo DING, architect, China (Head) Paul HUGENTOBLER, civil engineer, Switzerland (Holcim) Momoyo KAIJIMA, architect, Japan Ashok B. LALL, architect, India Valrie PORTEFAIX, architect, China Hans-Rudolf SCHALCHER, civil engineer, Switzerland (TCC) Gunawan TJAHJONO, architect/planner, Indonesia Holcim Awards jury 2011 for Asia Pacific

    Slide 50:Date and location June 23-25, 2011, ETH Zurich, Switzerland Members Bjarke Ingels, architect/designer, Denmark Hansjrg Leibundgut, mechanical engineer, Switzerland (TCC) Winy Maas, architect/urban designer, The Netherlands Marta Mal-Alemany, architect, Italy/Spain Jrgen Mayer H., architect, Germany (Head) Lucy Musgrave, urban planner, UK Hans-Rudolf Schalcher, civil engineer, Switzerland (TCC) Jean-Philippe Vassal, architect, France (tbc) Representative of Holcim, administrator, Switzerland Holcim Awards jury 2011 for Europe

    Slide 51:Date and location July 14-16, 2011, MIT, Cambridge, USA Members Ray Cole, architect/civil engineer, Canada Keller Easterling, architect/urbanist, USA Harry Gugger, architect, Switzerland (TCC) Sheila Kennedy, architect, USA Mohsen Mostafavi, architect/educator, USA (Head) Hans-Rudolf Schalcher, civil engineer, Switzerland (TCC) Nader Tehrani, architect, USA Bernard Terver, engineer, USA (Holcim) Mark West, architect/researcher, Canada Holcim Awards jury 2011 for North America

    Slide 52:Date and location July 7-9, 2011, UIA, Mexico City, Mexico Members Carolyn Aguilar-Dubose, architect/urban planner, Mexico (Head) Marc Anglil, architect/urban planner, USA/Switzerland Daniel Bermdez Samper, architect, Colombia Angelo Bucci, architect/urbanist, Brazil Vanderley M. John, civil engineer, Brazil Andreas Leu, economist, Switzerland (Holcim) Michel Rojkind, architect, Mexico Hans-Rudolf Schalcher, civil engineer, Switzerland (TCC) Bruno Stagno, architect, Costa Rica Holcim Awards jury 2011 for Latin America

    Slide 53:Date and location June 16-18, 2011, EAC, Casablanca, Morocco Members Javier de Benito, economist, Switzerland (Holcim) Chrisna du Plessis, researcher, South Africa Abderrafih Lahbabi, architect/urban planner, Morocco Mphethi Morojele, architect, South Africa Amer Moustafa, architect, United Arab Emirates Joe Osae-Addo, architect, Ghana Hashim Sarkis, architect, Lebanon (Head) Hans-Rudolf Schalcher, civil engineer, Switzerland (TCC) Holger Wallbaum, architect/ecologist, Switzerland (TCC) Holcim Awards jury 2011 for Africa Middle East

    Slide 54:Holcim Awards competitions: Jury criteria

    Slide 55:Europe: September 22/23Milan, Italy North America: October 20/21National Building Museum, Washington DC, USA Latin America: October 6/7Buenos Aires, Argentina Africa Middle East: September 8/9Rabat, Morocco Asia Pacific: November 24/25 Singapore Holcim Awards ceremonies 2011

    Slide 56:All winning projects from the five regional competitions are automatically qualified for the Holcim Innovation Prize Jury for this competition is the Management Board of the Holcim Foundation (1 to 3 prizes from a budget of USD 150,000) Additionally, the 15 Award winning projects (Gold, Silver and Bronze in each of the five regions) are automatically qualified for the Global Holcim Awards Gold, Silver or Bronze Jury for this competition is an independent board of globally renowned specialists from the fields of architecture, engineering, social science, NGOs, etc. (3 awards from a budget of USD 350,000: Gold 200,000, Silver 100,000, Bronze 50,000) Global phase of 3rd Holcim Awards competition cycle