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The Kingspan Legacy Competition
Register: Friday, May 13, 2011
Submit: Sunday, October 02, 2011

The Kingspan Legacy Competition is a design challenge open to professional architects and students of architecture, seeking competitive submissions in the Commercial, Institutional, Industrial, Retail and Corporate (low-rise) categories.

The Kingspan Legacy Competition closes October 1, 2011. The top 10 entries will be chosen by online voting on the competition website. The winner and two runners up will be selected by a panel of architects and industry experts at Greenbuild 2011. The winning design will be featured in the November issue of Architect Magazine.

A scholarship of $5,000 will be made in the winner's name, and awarded to a promising architecture/engineering student at the educational institution of their choosing. If the winner is a student, they will be the scholarship's recipient. In addition, the winner will receive an Apple MacBook Pro, so they can start working on their legacy today. Both runners up will each receive an Apple iPad 2.

For more information, see Kingspan Legacy Competition - http://www.legaciesarebuilt.com/contest/

Saturday, July 02, 2011
Before you enter this check the Terms of Service - the winner will be asked a timed math question, and if he/she can't answer, it will mean forfeiting the prize. IMO dirty trick to ensure they don't actually have to pay out any money..

Monday, July 04, 2011
I work for Kingspan on the marketing team, and I am promoting this competition. We absolutely will be giving out the prizes. Here is the reeason for the math question...For free competitions in Canada there must be a skill testing question by law. The question doesn't have to be a difficult one (and it won't be), but legally there must be a skill testing question. Since this competition is open to both US and Canada residents this term had to be in issued. Feel free to contact me with any questions. .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)

Tuesday, July 05, 2011
Sounds reasonable - though in the future it would be better to be upfront about things like that instead of waiting for someone to dig it up in the fine print.

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