2017 Awards

Congrats to all of the 2017 CTGBC Green Building Award Winners, and thanks to our sponsors and attendees for making it a great night! The full list of winners is below. Click here to see photos from the event.

 

Energize Connecticut AWARD OF EXCELLENCE

Sandy Hook Elementary SchoolNewtown

Sandy Hook Elementary School

Sustainability, nature, and community were key factors in the design of Newtown’s new Sandy Hook School. In the aftermath of the Sandy Hook tragedy, many challenges presented themselves to the design team -- meeting the latest security guidelines, managing media involvement, and most importantly, nurturing a community in the aftermath of hardship. With respect to the former, would there need to be significant trade-offs between meeting security requirements and overall sustainability goals? These challenges manifested into one collective goal: to create a learning environment that embraces nature, sustainability, art, and the community’s heritage while incorporating the highest standards for security guidelines ever seen in a Connecticut school building.

Judy Swann GREEN ADVOCATE

Alicia Dolce and Bill Freeman

 

RESIDENTIAL AWARD OF MERIT

Maddox Residence, Bethlehem



Residential AWARD OF HONOR

Crescent Crossings, Bridgeport

Crescent Crossings

COMMERCIAL AWARD OF HONOR

Squire Village Community Building, Manchester

Squire Village Community Building

INSTITUTIONAL AWARD OF MERIT

Discovery Magnet School Gardens, Bridgeport

Discovery Magnet School Gardens

Assa Abloy INSTITUTIONAL AWARD OF HONOR

UConn NextGen Residence Hall, Storrs

UConn NextGen Residence Hall

 

STUDENT AWARD OF MERIT

Carpenter's Tower, Hartford

Carpenter's Tower


STUDENT AWARD OF HONOR

Trumbull Rise, Hartford


Out of State AWARD OF MERIT

Ash Point Cabin, Harpswell, Maine

Ash Point Cabin

OUT OF STATE AWARD OF Honor

Eaglebrook School, Deerfield, Massachusetts

Eaglebrook School