The Greenbuild Residential Summit in Phoenix this November marks the debut of The Hanley Award for Vision and Leadership in Sustainable Housing, the premier award recognizing deep and lasting contributions to sustainable building. The award is sponsored by The Hanley Foundation, EcoHome, and Hanley Wood, LLC, and its $50,000 grant represents the largest award ever established for advancing sustainable housing.
The Hanley Award will be presented this year to Edward Mazria, pioneering architect, author, educator, and visionary founder of Architecture 2030. With the stated mission of rapidly transforming the built environment worldwide and reducing greenhouse gas emissions by changing the way buildings and developments are planned, designed, and constructed, Architecture 2030 has been leading the charge toward sustainability since its inception in 2002.
Mazria will receive the award at the Greenbuild Residential Summit’s exclusive USGBC Hanley Award Dinner celebration Thursday night, Nov. 12, at the Heard Museum in Phoenix. Join the celebration by registering for this VIP event.
The annual Greenbuild Residential Summit is a unique event that brings together leaders in the residential green building industry for two days of information sessions, networking, and sharing of best practices. Whether you’re a home builder, developer, energy rater, state legislator, or LEED AP Homes, the second-annual Greenbuild Residential Summit in Phoenix is one event you should not miss.
Register at http://www.greenbuildexpo.org/register.aspx.