CIAT Architectural Technology Awards now open for entries

  • 13 May 2014

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About the the CIAT Awards and how to enter:

The Award for Excellence in Architectural Technology 2014

  • premier built environment accolade which recognises outstanding achievement in the practice of Architectural Technology

The Alan King Award 2014

  • named after the Institute’s first President, this Award recognises projects valued £750k or under and have demonstrated outstanding excellence in the practice of Architectural Technology

Student Award for Excellence in Architectural Technology (Project) 2014

  • top Award which recognises outstanding design achievement in Architectural Technology

Student Award for Excellence in Architectural Technology (Report) 2014

  • the only Award which recognises outstanding research achievement in Architectural Technology

 

 

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