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Top Ten Green Projects of 2012

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On April 19th, AIA’s Committee on the Environment (COTE) announced the COTE Top Ten Green Project Awards: their selection of the most sustainable buildings across the country. COTE advocates environmentally conscious building and focuses on educating architects and the public about green design. This year’s winners had an unprecedented focus on public utility and budgeting and there was an unusually high number of adaptive reuse projects and concentration on community ties. Watch the slideshow to learn what made the 10 winners.

Chandler City Hall; Chandler, Arizona SmithGroupJJR Considering the environment and Chandler citizens, the team at...
ASU Polytechnic Academic District; Mesa, Arizona RSP Architects and Lake|Flato The architect teams wanted to design...
1315 Peachtree Street in Atlanta, Georgia, by Perkins + Will This LEED Platinum renovation of a 1986 office building...
Iowa Utilities Board Office of Consumer Advocate Office Building; Des Moines, Iowa BNIM The two main challenges at...
Mercy Corps; Portland, Oregon THA Architecture In an attempt to actualize the Mercy Corps mission as a nonprofit,...
Kensington High School for the Creative and Performing Arts; Philadelphia SMP Architects (in collaboration with SRK...
Music and Science Building; Hood River, Oregon Opsis Architecture Working with the 1927 National Historic Register...
Portland Community College (PCC) Newberg Center; Newberg, Oregon Hennebery Eddy Architects The first zero-net-energy...
University Classroom Building; Duluth, Minnesota Salmela Architect Architect David Salmela relied on plant coverage...
University of California, Merced Long Range Development Plan in Merced, California Ambitiously setting a goal for...
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