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Announcing the 2020 Carolinas Sustainable Business Awards finalists

The USGBC North Carolina and USGBC South Carolina communities share the awards finalists.

The Sustainable Business Awards promote and recognize excellence in sustainable design, environmental stewardship and community impact, and highlight the green building initiatives and achievements of local projects, businesses and individual leaders. Given in several categories, our project awards honor innovative, high-performance buildings that are leading the way throughout the Carolinas.

Winners will be announced during a special, virtual ceremony at the annual Carolinas Green Gala celebration, which will be held on Oct. 29 from 5:30–7 p.m. Event attendees will also have the opportunity to vote which of the nominees will take home the prestigious People's Choice Award. Please visit the gala website to register and learn more.

2020 Sustainable Business Awards finalists

Innovative Project, Building Design and Construction: Commercial

  • BB&T Leadership Institute

  • Canopy REALTOR Association Headquarters

  • Credit Suisse Raleigh Campus

Innovative Project, Building Design and Construction: Higher Education

  • Mary Ellen Jones Renovation at UNC

  • Myron Boon Hall at Warren Wilson College

  • Sarah & Edward Smith Health Sciences Center at Davidson County Community College

Innovative Project, Interior Design and Construction

  • Albemarle Corporation HQ Expansion

  • Moseley Architects' Charlotte Office

  • WNCC Conference Center, Huntersville, North Carolina

Community Champion Project

  • GK Butterfield Transportation Center

  • Royal Oaks Elementary School, Kannapolis, North Carolina

  • The Hurt Hub at Davidson

Marquee Green Building

  • Bank of America Tower at Legacy Union, Charlotte, North Carolina

  • NC Department of Environmental Quality

  • The Ritz-Carlton, Charlotte

Community Change Agent: Volunteer Leadership

  • Alicia Ravetto, FAIA, LEED Fellow, LEED AP BD+C, WELL AP, Alicia Ravetto Architect

  • Ed Taylor, LEED AP ID&C, Vice President of Technology, Environamics

  • Michael White, WELL AP, CFPS, SET, Director of National Business Development, Building Design and Construction, Siemens Smart Infrastructure USA

Community Impact

  • Path to Positive Communities, ecoAmerica

  • Envision Charlotte

  • Sustain Charlotte


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