Project Innovations 2011: Welcome the Winners

Sept. 22, 2011

BUILDINGS’ annual Project Innovations Award Program celebrates design and operational excellence in commercial and institutional facilities.

This year, a select group of facilities demonstrates fresh techniques for new construction and renovation projects:

Grand Prize Winners

New Construction
Rockingham Memorial Hospital
A Clean Bill of Health
Methane gas fuels this hospital

Green Facility
Williams Village, University of Colorado Boulder
Living and Learning Sustainably
A dormitory curbs student energy use

Suffolk Theatre
In the Limelight
BIM guides a theater restoration

Merit Winners

New Construction
McWhorter Hall
Sustainable and Smart
University labs under a green roof

New Construction
Sandy Bridges
LEED Luxury in the Great Outdoors
The Boy Scouts go green in the wild

Adler School
Sustainable Tech-Savvy Design
Glass classrooms promote transparency

Interior Design
Financial Firm, Worldwide Financial
Consolidation for Communication
A conference center enables collaboration

The following pages are a showcase of inventive and efficient facilities encompassing the Grand Prize winners and Merit Award winners.

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