WorldGBC announces finalists for its 2018 Asia Pacific Leadership in Green Building Awards

The World Green Building Council announced the finalists for its 2018 Asia Pacific Leadership in Green Building Awards. Presented by WorldGBC and its Asia Pacific Regional Network of Green Building Councils in 15 countries, this biennial programme celebrates iconic green buildings, up-and-coming innovators and inspiring companies driving change and creating a better future throughout the region.

The Awards will recognise winners across the following categories:

Award 1: Leadership in Sustainable Design & Performance

1a) Residential

  • China – Beijing Modern MOMA, by Modern Land (China) Co. Limited
  • Hong Kong – Kai Tak Development, by Urban Renewal Authority, submitted by Ronald Lu & Partners (Architect)
  • India – Naandi, by Organo

1b) Commercial

  • Australia – Barangaroo South, by Lendlease
  • India – Godrej One by GILAC, submitted by Godrej Properties Ltd
  • NZ – Aorangi House by Prime Property Group, submitted by Beca Ltd (Engineer)

1c) Institutional

  • Australia – Sunshine Coast University Hospital, by Lendlease
  • India – Indian School of Business, by Indian School of Business
  • Vietnam – Green One United Nation House, by United Nations Development Programme Vietnam

Award 2: Business Leadership in Sustainability

Title Sponsor: AGC Asia Pacific Pte Ltd

  • Australia – Frasers Property¬†Australia
  • Hong Kong – Swire Properties Limited
  • Singapore – City Development Limited

Award 3: Women in Green Building Leadership

Title Sponsor: AkzoNobel

  • Hong Kong – Mary Chan, Head of Sustainable Building Design and Assistant Director, DLN Architects Limited
  • India – Ar Shakuntala Ghosh, Architect and Partner, Ghosh Bose and Associates
  • Philippines – Maria Cristina Samson, Co-President, The Net Group

Special Recognition: Advancing Net Zero

  • Australia – Barangaroo South, by Lendlease
  • India – Naandi, by Organo
  • Vietnam – Green One United Nation House, by United Nations Development Programme Vietnam

Special Recognition: Better Places for People

  • Australia – Frasers Property¬†Australia
  • Hong Kong – Swire Properties Limited
  • New Zealand – Mansons TCLM Ltd and the Ted Manson Foundation

 

With C40 Cities, IFC (part of the World Bank Group)  and the UNESCAP among the jury, the winners will be announced during an awards ceremony at the annual SGBC Gala Dinner in Singapore on Thursday 6 September 2018.

Source: WorldGBC