On Nov. 12, the North Texas Land/Water Sustainability Forum announced the winners of its low-impact development competition. Judges included top North Texas developers, as well as civic and governmental leaders. Nine finalists competed for four first-place positions in the categories of green roadways, urban redevelopment, mixed-use redevelopment, and mixed-use development. Project requirements dictated that submissions be adapted to North Texas conditions, provide water quality benefits, and restore natural habitat while enhancing natural aesthetics. The sustainable projects also demonstrated cost savings over traditional development. View a full list of the winners. Watch presentations from the finalists here.
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