Green Building Award
The 2022 Green Building Award was presented to the Marshall Medical Offices on Kaiser Permanente’s Redwood City campus.
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Sustainable San Mateo County (SSMC) and the American Institute of Architects San Mateo County Chapter (AIASMC) have jointly presented the Green Building Award every year since 2003 to projects that promote green, sustainable design and construction. The award also recognizes the architects, builders and owners of these green buildings.
The Green Building Award is open to any building constructed within the last five years that is located in San Mateo County. Remodels and additions are also eligible to apply for the award. Previous nominees may apply if their original projects have had additional substantial green improvements.
Materials may be sent by email to: firstname.lastname@example.org with “Green Building 2023 Application” in the subject line OR you can send a USB drive with images to Sustainable San Mateo County, ATTN: Green Building Award, 3182 Campus Drive #153, San Mateo, CA 94403. You can also make arrangements with us to drop off the materials in person by calling the office: 650-918-1992.
- Site plan with north arrow. Remodel projects must submit “before” and “after” photographs.
- Floor plans
- CD or USB drive with images (including notable features, as appropriate). NOTE: Submitted documentation will not be returned. By submitting the application, you are authorizing full rights to use the materials for any Sustainable San Mateo County promotional materials.
- On a separate piece of paper, address how this project has incorporated the environmental performance criteria listed on the following page.
- Energy bill (before and after, if remodel)
- Water bill (before and after, if remodel)
- Green building rating system results (LEED, CHIPS, Build it Green, etc.)
- Construction and demolition diversion rate
- Energy performance ratings
- Percent on-site renewable energy generation
- Amount of salvaged, recycled or sustainably harvested material used