2016 Awards

ALEXION AWARD OF EXCELLENCE

Stamford 2030 District

Stamford 2030

Founded in 2014, the Stamford 2030 District is a partnership of building owners, service professionals, and community stakeholders led by the private-sector. 2030 Districts offer local building owners, property managers, and developers the tools to achieve reduced energy, water and transportation (CO2) emissions. By increasing the number of high efficiency buildings, these cities have an opportunity to reduce their environmental footprint, attract talent, and leverage a growing economy as we transition into the post-carbon era.

The national 2030 District goals for existing buildings includes a 50% reduction of energy, water and transportation emissions by the year 2030. To achieve these goals, the Stamford 2030 long term strategy includes educating facility managers and building owners on best practices, leading the state in business sustainability and resiliency, and expanding both our member base and our geographic boundaries.

GREEN ADVOCATE

Neighborhood Housing Services of New Haven



RESIDENTIAL AWARD OF MERIT

Stonecrest House, Ridgefield


COMMERCIAL AWARD OF HONOR

Jackson Laboratory for Genomic Medicine, Farmington


INSTITUTIONAL AWARD OF HONOR

Common Ground High School, New Haven


INSTITUTIONAL HOUSING AWARD OF MERIT

University of New Haven, Westside Hall, West Haven


INSTITUTIONAL AWARD OF MERIT

JM Wright Technical High School, Stamford


INSTITUTIONAL AWARD OF MERIT

Roosevelt School, Bridgeport


STUDENT AWARD OF HONOR

River Street Resiliency District, ACE Mentoring, New Haven

STUDENT AWARD OF MERIT

Yale Building Project 2016, New Haven