2013 EarthCraft Awards

The 2013 EarthCraft Awards were presented by David Ellis, executive vice president of the Greater Atlanta Home Builders Association, and Dennis Creech, executive director of Southface, in the company of over 100 green building design and construction industry leaders at Emory Point on October 30. One project and one team from each of the five EarthCraft programs were recognized. An award for Environmental Excellence was also given. Click here for details.

The EarthCraft Awards are an integral component of the program. Rewarding builders that exceed standard program requirements brings recognition to program partners and helps advance innovation in the region’s green building industry. Developers, builders, architects, engineers, project managers, trade contractors and EarthCraft Technical Advisors are recognized for their commitment to advancing sustainable construction and providing healthy, comfortable and durable homes and workplaces.

EarthCraft award recipents

Pictured left to right,kneeling: Ted Baltrusaitus, Century Craft Homes, EarthCraft Renovation Project of the Year ; Luis Imery, Imery Group, EarthCraft House Project of the Year; Garrison Marr, City of Savannah, EarthCraft Technical Assistant; Lorraine Cunanan, Locus Design + Consulting, Inc., EarthCraft Light Commercial Project Team of the Year; Cici Coffee, Property Solutions Group, EarthCraft Light Commercial Project Team of the Year ; Allen Wiggins, Berean Community Development Corp. and Tower Construction

Standing: Josh Lipsky, Rehab Builders, Inc.; Dawn Landau; Ed Foskey, Synergy Home Advantage, EarthCraft Technical Advisor; Terry Kitts, Environs Residential Design & Construction; John O’Connell; Gregg Bayard, The Woda Group and Parallel Housing, Inc.; Denis Blackburne; Dennis Creech, Southface; David Ellis, Greater Atlanta Home Builders Association; Justin Carlton, Berean Community Development Corp. and Tower Construction ; William Gross, ECMF Project Team of the Year: W.H. Gross

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