Tallahassee, FL: As the Florida AIA (American Industry of Architects) prepares to celebrate its 100th anniversary later this year, the Florida Natural Gas Association has kick-started the festivities early—launching their first annual ‘Creative Energy Award’.
Aiming to reward and recognize the creative use of natural gas energy and/or appliances in existing Architecture, the award will go to the Florida Architect who illustrates ‘the most creative overall building design enhanced by the most relevant use of natural gas—along with merits of style, function and ingenuity’.
In addition to receiving a $500 American Express gift card, the winner will be recognized with an engraved plaque at the AIA 2012 Convention and a feature advertorial in the 2012 Winter Edition of Florida/Caribbean ARCHITECT magazine.
With entries being accepted now through July 12th, interested Architects can enter at the FNGA web site by completing a simple form and submitting a few photos that convey their creative use of natural gas. The winner will also be recognized at the AIA 2012 Annual Convention in July, but he or she does not need to be present at the Convention in order to win.
The (FNGA) is non-profit organization that promotes and encourages the growth of the natural gas industry in the state of Florida. It also seeks to protect the interests of the industry, its members and consumers. Our members include distribution companies, transmission, gas supply marketers and affiliate members. With a membership of more than 100 companies, FNGA represents every segment of the natural gas industry.
For more information, please contact Jenna Bernardo, FNGA staff member, phone. (321) 779-1010, email@example.com