The Copper Development Association is seeking nominations for its 2010 North American Copper in Architecture Awards program.

The CDA and the Canadian Copper & Brass Development Association have issued a call for entries for the 2010 competition. The goal of the awards program is to recognize and promote the innovative use of copper and copper alloys in the design of residential and commercial building projects throughout the United States and Canada.

Projects are honored under the categories of restoration and new construction.

Award guidelines and an entry form for the 2010 architectural awards program can be found on the call-for-entries page at the CDA Web site. The submission deadline is Jan. 31.

Some of the projects that were recognized in the 2009 awards program included the Wovoka, a private residence in Lake Tahoe, Nev.; the St. Patrick’s Basilica and New Brunswick legislative assembly building in Canada; and the Hoboken Terminal in New Jersey.

For a complete list of the 2009 architectural award projects, visit the CDA Web site at:www. copper.org/applications/architecture/awards/homepage.htm.