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QBA: New Horizons for Superiority

by on Feb 24, 2016 in Architecture , Perspective Promotions
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The final judging stage of QBA 2016 – Finalists presentation to Jury Panel cum 2016 QBA Conference is now open for registration

The Quality Building Award is a biennial award giving public recognition to buildings of outstanding quality that demonstrate excellent teamwork. The provision of quality buildings is an essential ingredient of a prosperous and modern society, and the Quality Building Award aims to promote a collective commitment by the building industry to maintain the highest standards of professionalism and competitiveness.

During the March 18-19 Conference, finalists will present their projects to the jury panel, and guests can also register to be a part of the event. Over the course of the two days, multiple projects from throughout Hong Kong and beyond will be presented. Categories include both residential and non-residential builds, as well as renovations and revitalisations.

Interested parties can download the registration form for the event from the banner below. More information can be found on the QBA website.

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