The Greater Toronto Chapter of the Canada Green Building Council (CaGBC-GTC) has introduced a new awards program dedicated to celebrating innovation in LEED certified buildings in Southern Ontario, specifically those that go beyond the requirements of LEED and showcase new methods or approaches when designing and building green.
“This is a unique opportunity to celebrate projects, both large and small, that have demonstrated innovative green building practices which have greatly contributed to the growth and advancement of the green building sector” says Hazel Farley, executive director of the CaGBC-GTC.
Nominations will be accepted until July 31 for the following four award categories:
- Innovation in LEED Award (New Construction/Core and Shell)
- Innovation in LEED Award (Commercial Interiors)
- Innovation in LEED Award (Existing Buildings: EBOM)
- Innovation in LEED Award (Residential)
The awards will be presented along with additional awards for individual achievements at the 2013 Legacy Gala on October 22 at the Arcadian Court in Toronto.
To submit a nomination visit www.cagbctoronto.org