Join Green Building Alliance for our Emerald Evening and GBA 25th Anniversary Awards gala on Thursday, September 20, 2018 from 5:00 pm to 9:00 pm.
We are delighted to celebrate 25 years of green building excellence in Western Pennsylvania at this year’s Emerald Evening and GBA 25th Anniversary Awards gala. We have planned a special evening at the Carnegie Science Center’s beautiful new PointView Hall.
Join us in honoring 25 places and spaces that are transforming our region’s built environment. From the Heinz Family and Heinz Family Foundation Offices (a 1993 pre-LEED build-out) to the Frick Environmental Center (which earned full certification as a Living Building in May 2018), we will honor 25 projects that mark important advances in the green building movement in our region. Full list of awardees is here.
There are many ways to get involved with this year’s event:Register Now
Is your business interested in an Emerald Evening sponsorship? It’s a great way to invest in your company’s visibility while supporting an important cause. Click here to learn about sponsorship opportunities and check out the fabulous benefits you receive as one of our 25th anniversary gala supporters.
Blumling & Gusky, LLP
Conservation Consultants, Inc.
Laborers’ District Council of Western PA
Perfido Weiskopf Wagstaff + Goettel
Renaissance 3 Architects
Emerald Evening Co-Chairs:
Catherine Adams, IKM Incorporated
Will Allen, Nascent Group Holdings
Terri Baltimore, Hill House Association
Eric Booth, Desmone Architects
Jeff Burd, Tall Timber Group
Bob Butter, Veritas Communications
Christen Cieslak, Children’s Museum of Pittsburgh
Rebecca Flora, ReMake Group
Benson Gabler, International Living Future Institute
Gretchen Givens Generett, Duquesne University
Gena M. Kovalcik, University of Pittsburgh
Vivian Loftness, Carnegie Mellon University
Cindy Malinchak, Philips
Mark Minnerly, Full Frame City
Marc Mondor, evolveEA
Laura Nettleton, Thoughtful Balance
Scott Pollock, Oxford Development
Izzy Rudolph, McKnight Realty
David Skoloda, Forbo Flooring
Peter Walker, Chatham University