Green Construction Nyack NY

Sustainable building practices are gaining acceptance in the competitive world of concrete construction. The editors of Concrete Construction and The Concrete Producer have created a new award program to recognize the concrete community's innovative contributions to green building in Nyack.

Local Companies

Fastenal- Suffern
845-357-9515
11 Washington Avenue Suffern, NY, 10901
Suffern, NY
Ramsey Hardware & Paint
201-327-0433
14 East Main
Ramsey, NJ
The Home Depot
(201)262-3344
520 Route 17 North
Paramus, NJ
Kmart 9420 / Cross Merch
(718) 430-9439
1998 Bruckner Blvd
Bronx, NY
Jefferson Valley Mall
(914) 248-2500
600 Lee Blvd
Yorktown Hts, NY
Lowe's
(845) 351-3500
100 Overlook Boulevard
Nanuet, NY
Ace Hardware
(201) 768-7377
206 Pegasus Ave
Northvale, NJ
Jp Home Arama Inc
(973) 427-0002
111 Wagaraw Rd, HAWTHORNE DISCOUNT CENTER
Hawthorne, NJ
Hackensack - A
(201) 525-5200
436 Main St
Hackensack, NJ
Sears Home Appliance Showroom
(914) 241-2291
360 N Bedford Rd
Mt Kisco, NY

Source: CONCRETE PRODUCER MAGAZINE
Publication date: February 1, 2008

By CONCRETE PRODUCER Staff

Sustainable building practices are gaining acceptance in the competitive world of concrete construction. The editors of Concrete Construction and The Concrete Producer have created a new award program to recognize the concrete community's innovative contributions to green building. We will honor the country's best projects in ten different categories, and award one project as the overall GreenSite Project of the Year.

Click on the links below for answers to Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) about the awards.

  • Eligibility

  • Categories

  • How to enter

  • Entry requirements

  • Photo requirements

  • Selection of winners

  • Contact us

  • Deadlines

Eligibility

Any project participant (architects, designers, contractors, materials suppliers) may submit projects completed before April 1, 2008. Hanley Wood employees, their relatives, and regular contributors to the magazine are not eligible.

Does my project have to contain concrete?
Yes. Projects must use a significant amount of concrete or concrete products. (Any product specified as CSI Div.3, Div. 042200 or 047200)

Does the sustainable aspect of my project have to relate to concrete or concrete products?
No. Concrete or concrete products must be a significant part of the project, but the sustainable element is not limited to the materials involved.

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