New Haven, CT – On Oct. 3, the Connecticut Green Building Council (CTGBC) held its annual Green Building Awards at the Common Ground High School in New Haven.
John Mandyck, CEO of Urban Green Council in New York City, was a featured keynote speaker at the event.
This year’s award winners are:
Atelier Ten Award of Excellence: Best In Show
The Slate School in North Haven, Conn.
Sustainable CT in Willimantic, Conn.
Judy Swann Advocate Green Awards
Chris Schweitzer of New Haven Climate Movement in New Haven, Conn.
Residential Award of Honor
Hartford Habitat for Humanity in Hartford, Conn.
United Illuminating Residential Award of Merit
CT Contemporary Net Zero Home in Trumbull, Conn.
Institutional Award of Merit
UCONN Engineering & Science in Storrs, Conn.
Out-of-State Award of Honor
609 Main at Texas in Houston, Texas
Out-of-State Award of Merit
MGM Springfield in Springfield, Mass.
Site Award of Honor
Scofieldtown Park & Yard in Stamford, Conn.
Site Award of Merit
Island Habitat Landscape in Mason’s Island, Conn.
Student Design Awards of Merit
Islamic Center of Greater Hartford in Hartford, Conn.
Archaeology Laboratory in Pompeii; Naples, Italy
Recognized for its leadership, Common Ground High School is one of the first environmentally-themed charter high schools and its farm is Connecticut’s longest-running community farm. Additionally, the Urban and Educational Center is a LEED Gold certified building and previous CTGBC Green Building Award of Honor winner.