Written by Jonathan Kraatz Category CHAPTER NEWS

The 2013 Green Ribbon Award Recipients:

Green Infrastructure Project Of The Year:
The University of North Texas for the SMART Project
 

Green Infrastructure Project Of The Year:

The University of North Texas for the SMART Project
Renewable Energy Project Of The Year

HKS for Apogee Stadium at the University Of North Texas



 

 

 

 

Green Project Of The Year – Non LEED
Good Fulton & Farrell for the Green Globes Certified Perot Museum of Nature and Science

 

 

 

 

LEED Project Of The Year – Private

Lord Green Strategies and Lincoln Property Company for the LEED Gold certification of Energy Square

 

 

 

 

 

LEED Project Of The Year – Public


GGO Architects for the LEED Platinum certification of the Plano Environmental Education Center

 

LEED Project Of The Year – Residential (Single/Multifamily)

Good Fulton and Farrell for the LEED Gold certified Gables Park 17 Apartments

 
 

Green School Of The Year – K-12

Corgan Associates for Ladybird Johnson Middle School                               

 

Green School Of The Year – Higher Education

Texas Christian University for the LEED Gold certified Physical Performance Center
 

Green Business Of The Year

Bell Helicopter

Chapter Green Hero Award – Volunteer(s) Of The Year:

This year the Chapter recognizes the contributions two individuals who have give extraordinary efforts on behalf of the Chapter – one coordinated and proctored weekly continuing educations programs for our members, and one who has served in the Chapter’s leadership since its early days – including 6 years on the Board of Directors.

The 2013 Green Hero Award recipients are Diane Tasian and Rachael Green.

Chapter Green steward award for individual leadership 

This new award recognizes significant contributions to the practice of sustainable building and to the Chapter.

Kirk Teske, the first to receive this award, has been integral to this Chapter from its inception and continues to influence and guide the Chapter’s leadership. As a principal with HKS and chief sustainability officer for their global practice, he has spent the majority of his career orchestrating the design of some of the firm’s highest profile projects. His project portfolio includes many locally significant projects including the Sabre Corporate Campus Project, the first LEED Silver certified project in Texas, and the corporate campus for RadioShack – one of the state’s largest LEED Silver certified projects. Kirk is currently Chairman of AIA Dallas and the founding chair of USGBC North Texas – serving in that roll from 2002 through 2004.

Look for information, coming soon, about nominations for the 2014 Green Ribbon Awards.

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