Tenerrdis is a partner of the seventh Green Solutions Awards organized by the Construction21 network

Fighting climate change

For the seventh year running, the Construction21 network is organizing the Green Solutions Awards. The competition is designed to help drive the ecological transition by promoting existing solutions already at work in buildings, neighborhoods, and infrastructures that, if replicated on a large scale, have the capacity to help fight climate change.


June 10 submission deadline

This year’s Green Solutions Awards were announced on March 14 at the 30th anniversary edition of the global real estate trade show MIPIM, whose theme was “Engaging the Future.” Candidates have until June 10 to submit their projects. Everyone at Construction21 is gearing up to provide the candidates with anything they need to help them prepare useful and inspirational case studies—including technical performance, feedback from residents, and the hands-on experiences of businesses—for their peers!


Save the date: November 4

The international Green Solutions Awards ceremony will be held during Batimat, an international event showcasing innovations in architecture and construction, on Monday, November 4, 2019. Be sure to save the date!

Real-world projects

What makes the Green Solutions Awards unique is a focus on solutions that are already in use. The philosophy behind the awards is to show the range of different technologies in use and how they interact at different scales from individual building to entire city. Businesses can submit virtually any kind of project of any scope: Building projects can address new builds or renovations and residential or commercial properties; neighborhood projects can be anything from eco-neighborhoods or campuses to business or industrial parks; infrastructure projects can include energy systems, digital services, water utility management, and mobility-related solutions.

Why you should enter

Free publicity! All candidates will be featured in Construction21 communications across a range of platforms, including social media and French and international media outlets. Projects will also be promoted at construction-industry events like Pass’Bat and Batimat, and through webinars and radio interviews. Finally, the winners will have a video of their project produced free of charge.

Show the construction industry what you can do! Not only will you raise your company’s profile—you will also help enable the widespread adoption of solutions that, when implemented on a large scale—can effectively fight climate change.