Today, the World Green Building Council announced the finalists for its 2020 Asia Pacific Leadership in Green Building Awards.
These awards showcase the achievements of businesses and innovators in WorldGBC’s Asia Pacific Network which are leading the way on sustainability in buildings.
The biennial Awards, first held in 2014, celebrates buildings pushing the envelope in sustainability, companies that have integrated sustainability into the core of their operations, and women leading the green building space.
An independent panel of 12 high-profile judges assessed nominations from Asia Pacific green building councils, and selected finalists in three awards categories:
Business Leadership in Sustainability Award Finalists
- Cundall (Australia)
- Godrej & Boyce (India)
- Ronald Lu & Partners (Hong Kong)
- Shenzhen Institute of Building Research Co.,Ltd. (IBR) (China)
The Business Leadership in Sustainability Award recognises companies which are truly integrating sustainability into their business models and contributing to the transition towards a sustainable built environment.
Women in Green Building Leadership Award Finalists
- Amie Lai (Hong Kong)
- Ye Qing (China)
The Women in Green Building Leadership Award is presented to an inspiring female leader in our movement. In a traditionally male-dominated industry, the award recognises the pivotal role that women play in activating their communities and delivering change.
Leadership in Sustainable Design and Performance Award – Residential Finalists
- Blue Bay International by Hengtong Construction Group (China)
- CoEvolve Northern Star by CoEvolve Estates (India)
Leadership in Sustainable Design and Performance Award – Institutional Finalists
- Chai Wan Campus for the Technological and Higher Education Institute of Hong Kong (THEi) by Ronald Lu & Partners (Hong Kong)
- Kampung Admiralty by WOHA Architects Pte. Ltd. (Singapore)
- The Twelve-Year School project in China-Singapore Tianjin Eco-city by Tianjin Eco-city Green Building Research Institute (China)
Leadership in Sustainable Design and Performance Award – Commercial Finalists
- Paramit, Factory in the Forest by Paramit Malaysia Sdn Bhd (Malaysia)
- Plant 13 Annexe by Godrej & Boyce (India)
- Shanghai Tower by Shanghai Tower Construction and Development Co., Ltd. (China)
- Victoria Dockside by Ronald Lu & Partners (Hong Kong)
The Leadership in Sustainable Design and Performance Award recognises pioneering green building projects that deliver a range of benefits through a holistic approach to sustainability.
The winner of each category will be announced at an online ceremony on the 3rd December 2020.
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