IEN is proud to have a project among the finalists of the Asia Pacific Leadership in Green Building Awards 2020, which only takes place every second year. The list of finalists was announced by the World Green Building Council (WorldGBC) for the five categories "Leadership in Sustainable Design and Performance Award (three separate categories for Commercial, Institutional & Residential)", "Business Leadership in Sustainability Award", and "Women in Green Building Leadership Award". Our project, Paramit - factory in the forest, is listed among the four finalists in the category "Leadership in Sustainable Design and Performance Award (Commercial)". 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 12-panel jury for the award is: Bernard Li (Program DirectorAsia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) Secretariat), Naoko Nemoto (Financial Economist, Asian Development Bank Institute), Milag San Jose- Ballesteros (Regional Director, Southeast Asia and Oceania at C40), Autif Sayyed (Regional Green Building Specialist (Asia), International Finance Corporation), Christopher John Webster (Professor and Dean, The University of Hong Kong), Curt Garrigan (Chief of the Sustainable Urban Development Section, UN ESCAP), Jennifer Layke (Global Director, Energy Program, World Resources Institute), Kevin Hydes (Chair and Founder, Integral Group), Pamela Phua (General Director of Vietnam, Decorative Paints South Asia, AkzoNobel), Jennifer Gerholdt (Director, Corporate Engagement, We Mean Business Coalition), and Jahangir S.M. Khan (Past President, ARCASIA Architects, Regional Council Asia).
The winner will be announced on 3rd December 2020.
List of finalists (click).