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|2012 breaks all records for the Awards|
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|TDA Newsletter 2012 No. 2|
|TDA Newsletter 2012 No. 1|
|TDA Newsletter 2011 No. 2|
|TDA Newsletter 2011 No. 1|
|TDA Newsletter 2010 No. 3|
|TDA Newsletter 2010 No. 2|
|TDA Newsletter 2010 No. 1|
|TDA Newsletter 2009 No. 3|
|TDA Newsletter 2009 No. 2|
|TDA Newsletter 2009 No. 1|
|TDA Newsletter 2008 No. 2|
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|Why 2012 may be the biggest year yet for the Awards|
|Wednesday, 28 March 2012 00:00|
Why the optimism?
This prediction is based on twelve years of entrant data. Our surveys and our website statistics have proved to be good estimators of entry numbers and public interest in the Awards—and they're more favourable this year than ever before. Moreover, we've received a record number of early entries. If this trend continues, we expect to beat our entry tally for 2010, our best to date.
Other indicators are also favourable. Email and telephone enquiries have been more frequent than in previous years. Architects at our seminars no longer need to be told about the Awards: our brand is well-established within the building design community. And our sponsors have been very active this year in promoting the Awards. We're expecting big things!
Interested in submitting a project? Entry is open to anyone involved in the design or building of structures that feature timber. Categories cover all major applications, small budget projects, sustainability, a People's Choice Award and a Rising Star Award.
Visit www.timberawards.com.au to view winners from 2011 and previous years.