Ten projects recognized for high-performance design

Georgia Tech Engineered Biosystems Building has been certified as Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) Platinum.
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The American Institute of Architects (AIA) Committee on the Environment (COTE) announced the recipients of its Top Ten Awards, celebrating projects that successfully integrate innovative design alongside high performance. Now in its 21st year, the award program recognizes projects that meet COTE’s criteria for social, economic, and ecological value.

This year’s winning projects are as follows:

Additionally, since 2014, COTE has invited previous winners to submit their Top Ten project’s post-occupancy data in order to be considered for the program’s Top Ten Plus award, denoting exemplary performance data and post occupancy lessons. This year’s Top Ten Plus award went to Ortlieb’s Bottling House in Philadelphia (KieranTimberlake).

COTE recipients will be honored in June at AIA’s Conference on Architecture in New York City.

To read more, click here.

To see previous winning projects, click here.

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