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SBIC's 2004 Awards Announced

The Sustainable Buildings Industry Council has announced the winners of its 2004 awards program. The jury included BuildingGreen’s Alex Wilson. More information is online at

Best Sustainable Practice Awards were given to:


Massachusetts Technology Collaborative for

Sustainable Policy and Program Initiatives;


Trane Company, a business of American Standard, Inc., for

Sustainable Research, Development, Construction Process, and Demonstration;

CTG Energetics, Inc., for

Educational Initiatives; and

Environmental Design & Construction magazine for

Special Achievement in Communications.

•Honorable mention: the

U.S. Army Yuma Proving Ground for

Stimulating Demand Through Increased Consumer Awareness.

Exemplary Sustainable Building Awards were given to:

•First place:

Farr Associates Architecture and Urban Design for the

Center for Neighborhood Technology;

•Second place:

L. Robert Kimball & Associates for

Clearview Elementary School (see


Vol. 11, No. 11 or BuildingGreen’s Case Studies Database);

•Third place:

Integrated Architecture for

Herman Miller MarketPlace (see


Vol. 12, No. 5 or BuildingGreen’s Case Studies Database); and

•Honorable mentions:

HMFH Architects, Inc. for

Capuano Early Childhood Center and

Gelfand RNP Architects for

Blach and Egan Schools Joint-Use Gymnasiums.

Published November 1, 2004

(2004, November 1). SBIC's 2004 Awards Announced. Retrieved from

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