GIZ, the Municipal Government of Hermosillo through the Municipal Institute of Urban Planning and Public Space (IMPLAN) and the Mexican company CAFFENIO launched a call to present a comprehensive project for the construction of a new point of sale.
The awards took place on December of this year, where the director of IMPLAN, Guadalupe Peñúñuri Soto, and directors of the Caffenio company presented the National Green Infrastructure Award. The Municipal Government of Hermosillo was thanked for the advances in the task to make the municipality a more sustainable place.
In this sense, the first place was for the team conformed by Glenda Angélica Saucedo Cajigas and Alejandro Armenta Tresviño, from Hermosillo, who presented a project with the following proposals: rain garden, green wall for terrace shading, replacement of simple permeable concrete with filter layer and absorption wells. It also has grass with filter layer, bike rack with special design, waste separation containers, solar domes for indoor spaces, free electric charger when applying Telsa Charging Partner and a single to double glass replacement.
The second place was obtaine by Jesús Octavio González Martínez, Martha Leticia Kawano Miranda, María Guadalupe Salomón López, Mariana Sau Galindo and Alexis Uriel Valenzuela Zazueta, also from Hermosillo. And the third place was obtained by Idalia Alejandra Estrada González, Gabriela Maldonado Enriquez and Leonardo Arturo Beneditt Jiménez from Monterrey, Nuevo León.
In the event, the General Director of Caffenio, José Antonio Díaz and the Planning and Sustainability Manager, Verenice Acedo Ruíz, applauded the initiative and argued that it was a joint learning process. They also thanked the 65 teams formed by 109 people who participated and congratulated the three winning teams.