IES Edmonton: Northern Lighting Awards Call for Entries

IES Edmonton NLA 400

May 17, 2021

Get your submissions in for the Northern Lighting Awards!  IES Edmonton will be recognising their local section’s lighting contributions with voting for our Northern Lighting Awards at the AGM. No project is too small or too big – all submissions are welcome.

If you have a project that you would like to showcase at the IES Edmonton AGM please email the following information:

  • Project title
  • Project location
  • A short description of the project
  • Up to 5 photos that we can use on the online voting form

The projects may be geographically located anywhere in the world, however, design credit must belong to those in the local section.

Submissions must be provided no later than May 26 so that they have time to incorporate the information and open the online poll. 

Full details of the submission requirements is available on the Northern Lighting Awards webpage.
 
Eligible voting for two categories, Interior and Exterior, will occur at the AGM and also will be open for a week afterwards.  IES Edmonton will hold a special prize draw for all those who submit projects (one entry for each individual submission). The prizes are as follows:

  • Winner for each award category: Trophy & Framed certificate
  • Entry Prize: Each award entry is entered for a chance to win an Extech light meter

Please contact Illuminating Engineering Society – Edmonton Section with any questions or concerns.

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