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12/08/16 11:59 PM EST
Awards of $10,000 and $50,000 to USA organizations and individuals in multiple states to recognize innovative architectural designs that contribute to the quality of urban life in the contiguous United States (excluding Greenville, South Carolina). The purpose of these awards is to support innovative ideas within the built environment and urban development.
The winning project teams may use prize money in any way they choose to benefit the project. All winners are promoted by the Bruner Foundation and are included in case studies published by the Foundation at the end of each award cycle.
All winners will be featured in award ceremonies, and a media outreach effort. Winners may be featured in future Bruner-Loeb Forums.
GrantWatch ID#: 169245
1 Gold Medal; 4 Silver Medals
Gold Medal: $50,000.
Silver Medal: $10,000.
Applications may be initiated by any person who has been involved in the planning, development or operation of a project.
The project must be a real place, not just a plan or program.
Since site visits are integral to the award process, the project must have been in operation for a sufficient amount of time to demonstrate success.
The project must be located in the contiguous United States. It is not feasible to conduct site visits in Alaska or Hawaii.
There are no distinct categories. Projects may include any type of place that makes a positive contribution to the urban built environment.
Urban environment is broadly defined to include cities, towns, villages, neighborhoods, counties and/or regions.
Previous applicants and Honorable Mention winners may apply up to three times. Previous winners are not eligible.
Applicants from Greenville, SC are not eligible to submit this year.
Guidelines and Application Instructions: http://www.rudybruneraward.org/apply/
-Submissions must be received at the Foundation no later than midnight EST on Thursday, December 8, 2016. Applications received after midnight on December 8, 2016 will not be considered. Technical support will not be available after 5:00 PM EST.
-Five finalists will be notified by Monday, February 6, 2017.
-Site visits to finalists will take place February-May, 2017.
-The Gold and Silver Medal Winners will be selected and notified in June 2017.
-Presentations of the Rudy Bruner Award for Urban Excellence will be made in Fall 2017.
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