Boulder Civic Area Ideas Competition

The City of Boulder invites architects, planners, designers, artists, landscape architects and any and all other creative thinkers—both professionals and students—to participate in the Civic Area Ideas Competition to propose creative concepts for the future transformation of Boulder’s most expansive public space into a true “civic heart” of the city.

All participants must register for the competition; an online registration form will be available on Monday, Dec. 17.
Registration Fees: Students $25 USD and professionals, $75 USD paid at the time of registration. Registration fees are per team or individual, and allows for submissions for both the Vision Project and Catalytic Project proposals. All fees will be used to administer the competition.

Awards and Recognition:
Up to $15,000 in cash and up to $4,000 in gift certificate prizes in total will be divided among the teams whose ideas are selected in Round 2. Winning proposals will also be published in the Urban Land Magazine, the magazine of the Urban Land Institute (ULI).

Background/info webinars dates have changed: Dec. 20 and Dec. 27

Registration deadline – Jan. 7, 2013 at 5PM (MST)
Proposal submittal deadline – Jan. 14, 2013 at 5PM (MST)

More information at Boulder Civic Area Ideas Competition

WORLD LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE IS NOT ASSOCIATED WITH THIS COMPETITION PLEASE ADDRESS ALL ENQUIRIES TO THE ORGANISERS.

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