2016 Finalist: It Takes A Village
The most improved commercial tenant space across multiple sustainability categories.
2016 Finalists: The Smooth Operator
The most improved building across multiple categories achieved solely through improved operations & maintenance and/or retrocommissioning.
Justin Farnsworth for the Wingcrest Buildings (UT)
Sometimes the low-hanging fruit is the sweetest: how this Salt Lake City project added 40 points to its ENERGY STAR score.
Patrick Richardson for Smith-Wright Hall Controls (NC)
It’s every manager’s nightmare: a costly building upgrade that leads to endless tenant complaints. Then comes the job of improving performance with a $0 capital budget.
2016 Finalist: All Together Now
The most improved portfolio across multiple sustainability categories.
Hakon Mattson for the Anthem Portfolio (multiple locations)
Plan, measure, and improve: how one of the nation’s largest managed health care companies gained over 200 ENERGY STAR points across their portfolio.
2016 Finalists: Take Me to the River
The greatest percentage reduction in indoor and outdoor potable water use.
Dyron Dinsmore for Bank of America Plaza (GA)
Ghostbusters: phantom flushes and other problems were wasting water and costing money. Audits and upgrades led to savings of over five million gallons a year.