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Our jury deliberates…

April 28, 2009

Let’s get to know this year’s jury. They’re now deliberating about the best projects, after interviewing project teams for two hours. But who are these mystical leaders? Here’s an abbreviated rundown–trust me, they are far more amazing than these brief words.

resizekevin_hydesKevin Hydes is President and CEO of the Integral Group, and brings a deep history in engineering and green building. Before starting Integral, Kevin served as the Chair of the US and World Green Building Council, co-founder of the Canadian Green Building Council, a VP at Stantec and President of Keen Engineering.

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Sandy Wiggins is Principal of Consilience, LLC, a national green development consultancy, and Chairman of e3bank, a triple bottom line full service bank with a mission to facilitate the transition to a green economy. He is also a Director of Silpa, Inc., an international green building technical consultancy with offices in Bangalore and Dubai. Sandy has been the Chair of the U.S. Green Building Council, the Green Building Certification Institute, and Philadelphia’s Delaware Valley Green Building Council. He is also an adjunct professor in Philadelphia University’s Master of Science in Sustainable Design program.

resizepugh_id_2008Gwynne Pugh has been practicing architecture, planning, civil and structural engineering since 1971. He is the co-founder of Pugh + Scarpa Architects, which has received more than 40 major design awards, notably 12 national AIA Awards, including 2006 and 2003 AIA Committee on the Environment “Top Ten Green Project” awards, 2005 Record Houses, 2003 Record Interiors, and the 2003 Rudy Bruner Prize. Mr. Pugh is a recent Chair of the Santa Monica Planning Commission, and as a Consultant to the Cities of Carson, Long Beach, San Diego, and Los Angeles as well as the Getty Conservation Institute.

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