GBI's 2020 Green Globes Project of the Year

GBI recently released the list of winners of the second annual Green Globes Project of the Year awards.

April 27, 2021 - by commARCH
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Green Building Initiative understands that designing, constructing and operating a healthy, resilient, and sustainable facility requires collaboration, innovative thinking, and discipline. GBI highlighted this recognition with the Green Globes Project of the Year awards.

What does the award signify?

With the awards, GBI empowers and rewards sustainability champions who are pushing the boundaries in green building.

What projects were recognized?

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NASA's Marshall Space Flight Center Building 4221 | Huntsville, Alabama | Three Green Globes

Project Team:

  • Client/Owner: NASA MSFC
  • Architect & Interior Design: TMPartners
  • Construction Management: Army Corps of Engineers
  • General Contractor: Yates Construction
  • MPE Engineering: I.C. Thomasson & Associates
  • Structural Engineering: Stanley D. Lindsey
  • Civil Engineering: Pugh Wright McAnally
  • Landscape Architecture: Heibert + Ball


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Ferguson Enterprises Headquarters HQ3 | Newport News, Virginia | Three Green Globes

Project Team:

  • Owner: Ferguson Enterprises
  • Design Team Architecture + Interiors Landscape Architecture Civil Engineering Structural Engineering MEP + Fire Protection Engineering Sustainability + Energy Modeling W.M. Jordan Company General Contractor: Clark Nexsen 


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FNB Tower at 501 Fayetteville Street | Raleigh, North Carolina | Three Green Globes

Project Team

Owner / Consultant
Dominion Realty Partners
  • Joe Murray, Construction Manager

JDavis Architects
  • Neil Gray, President
  • Shawn Clemmons, Project Architect

  • IES
    Mark Knipfer, Vice President South Atlantic Division

Owner / Consultant
Kimley Horn and Associates
  • Brian Michot Uzun + Case
  • Matt Hawks

Lighthouse Engineering
  • Scott Brown
  • Paul Scott

Choate Project Team
  • Senior Project Manager: Brett Relick,
  • Senior Superintendent: Herb Pittman
  • Superintendent: Adam Spekczynski
  • Assistant Superintendent: George Goodwin
  • Division Manager: Tom Plant
  • Project Assistant: Melissa Rodriguez


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U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs Outpatient Clinic | Chattanooga, Tennessee | Two Green Globes

Project Team
Owner: US Federal Properties Architecture: Hoefer Wysocki Structural Engineering: Bob D. Campbell MEP Engineering: Smith & Boucher Green Globes Consultant: Merrick & Company Code Consulting: FSC, Inc.
ATFP: Protection Engineering Consultants
Landscape Architecture: LAND3 Studio

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