Dennis Creech receives the 2013 Hanley Award

Southface Co-founder and Executive Director Dennis Creech is the winner of the 2013 Hanley Award for Vision and Leadership in Sustainable Housing. The award honors individuals who have demonstrated extraordinary, lasting and far-reaching contributions to the advancement of sustainable housing in the United States.

In September, Dennis traveled to Washington, D.C. to accept the award, which is presented The Hanley Foundation, Hanley Wood, and ECOHOME and BUILDER magazines. Following the official presentation, Katie Weeks, editor-in-chief of ECOBUILDING for Hanley Wood, traveled to Atlanta to present the award at a reception for Southface supporters, friends and family.

Dennis Creech receives Hanley Award

Michael J. Hanley, president of The Hanley Foundation and creator of The Hanley Award, presented the 2013 Hanley Award to Dennis Creech at a ceremony in Washington, D.C.

Dennis Creech is pictured with Denise Quarles, director of sustainability for the City of Atlanta; Charles Whatley, chair of the Southface Board of Directors; and Katie Weeks, editor-in-chief of ECOBUILDING for Hanley Wood.

Dennis Creech is pictured with Denise Quarles, director of sustainability for the City of Atlanta; Charles Whatley, chair of the Southface Board of Directors; and Katie Weeks, editor-in-chief of ECOBUILDING for Hanley Wood.

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