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USGBC Announces 2004 Leadership Awards

The U.S. Green Building Council presented its 2004 Leadership Awards during an evening gathering at the Greenbuild conference in Portland, Oregon on November 11, 2004. The Council instituted this awards program in 2002 in order to recognize companies, organizations, and individuals “whose actions have had a significant impact on the development of the green building industry,” according to Rick Fedrizzi, USGBC president and CEO.

Herman Miller, Inc., based in Zeeland, Michigan, received the

Green Building Business Award;

Mithun Architects + Designers + Planners, based in Seattle, won the

Local or Regional Leadership Award;

Edward A. Feiner, FAIA, chief architect for the U.S. General Services Administration (GSA), was awarded the

Green Public Service Award in Government; and

Bill Browning, founder of the Rocky Mountain Institute’s Green Development Services and currently working for the Haymount development (see


Vol. 13, No. 11), received the

USGBC Leadership Award. (Bill is also on

EBN’s advisory board.)

Published December 1, 2004

(2004, December 1). USGBC Announces 2004 Leadership Awards. Retrieved from

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