We are pleased to announce that again SNOW architects have been nominated for a BE2Award, an award run by BE2Camp celebrating best use of social media in the Built Environment (architecture, engineering and construction) this time Dave is in the final running for the Best AEC use of Twitter category online voting will remain open until midnight BST on Monday 23 September. So we would be grateful for your votes please..
Dave is hoping to make it a double as he won the Best Use of Photo / Video in the 2012 awards. for his photo blog of the £900k Conversion and Adaptation of a building of Historic intrest in Liverpools Newsham Park Conservation Area. You can view the winning blog here http://elmvale.snowarchitects.co.uk/
Bernie Mitchell and Dave Cornett at Be2Awards and @Be2Talks event at Building Centre, London, on 26 September (Photo by Paul Wilkinson @EEpaul http://www.flickr.com/photos/eepaul/8042571295/in/set-72157631664835941)
Playmobil Architect admiring the award.
This is what BE2Camp are saying about the awards :-
The 2013 Be2Awards and Be2Talks are just a week away, on Wednesday 25 September.
Yes, this time next week, we will be opening the golden envelopes and revealing the successful recipients from 70 nominations across 11 categories of social media, technology and built environment excellence. And you can still have your say in who wins – online voting will remain open until midnight BST on Monday 23 September:
• BE2 media award
• Best AEC collaboration application
• Best AEC community, network or application
• Best AEC PR/marketing campaign
• Best AEC social media blog
• Best AEC use of Twitter
• Best education/learning or charity project
• Best ‘internet of things’, location-based or mobile app
• Best sustainability or built environment blog
• Best AEC use of photo / video
• Best virtual or hybrid event
If you can get to London’s Building Centre next Wednesday afternoon, the Be2Talks will, once again, offer a wealth of insight, information, passion and entertainment, with our speakers covering a diversity of built environment topics from “Mindfulness” to virtual worlds, from Smart Cities and the ‘Internet of Things’ to social media and the future of building information modelling. Seats at this popular half-day event are just £15 – book here using Eventbrite http://buff.ly/1aL3mM4
The Be2camp team.
Visit Be2Camp at: http://be2camp.com/?xg_source=msg_mes_network