NACIA Awards Winners 2022

Eleven Building Projects Receive Copper in Architecture Award

Answering the growing demand to meet environmental goals using sustainable building materials, the 2022 NACIA award winners demonstrate a perfect balance of maximizing green material with longevity, creating architectural masterpieces for generations to come. See the winners.

Will U.S. copper supply meet energy transition demands?

Andrew G. Kireta Jr., CDA's President & CEO, addresses this question and more in his recent GreenBiz article. Read more

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Call for Entries: North American Copper in Architecture Awards 2023

Submissions for the North American Copper in Architecture Awards (NACIA) 2023 are now open. Now, in its 16th year, the awards presented by the Copper Development Association (CDA) celebrate distinctive copper building projects across the United States and Canada. Architects and contractors are invited to add their work to this distinguished portfolio of copper craftsmanship and innovation by March 31, 2023.
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Copper Development Association and Sustainable Minds Announce Webinar on Understanding Industry EPDs and HPDs

The Copper Development Association (CDA) announced it will participate in a webinar with Sustainable Minds, Understanding Industry EPDs and HPDs, on September 22 from 2:00-3:00pm ET. Erin Smith, CDA’s material stewardship project manager, will discuss innovative ways to leverage existing frameworks, such as ASTM/AMSE standards and the HPD Collaborative metal alloys special condition, to develop industry-based Health Product Declarations (HPDs).
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NSF Standard Lists Brass Alloys as Acceptable Materials for Drinking Water

NSF Standard Lists Brass Alloys as Acceptable Materials for Drinking Water Manufacturers now have more options to design safer products that meet lower lead leaching limits
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