February 06, 2013
McKinley & Associates was honored to have won 5 Placemakers Awards from West Virginia GreenWorks, at The Building Conference in Morgantown on February 2nd.
One of our architects, Thomas Worlledge, won a 2013 Placemaker Award for Leadership, Inspiration, Stewardship. In addition, our projects that won these inaugural awards included the Williamson Smart Office which won a 2013 Placemaker Award of Excellence (Unbuilt), Cameron High School which won a 2013 Placemaker Award for Innovation, Hilltop Elementary School which won a Placemaker Award for Leadership of/for Place, and NeD (Natural Energy Design) Office Building won a Placemaker Award for Innovation (Unbuilt)
OUTSTANDING GREEN, SUSTAINABLE PROJECTS WIN RECOGNITION AT BUILDING CONFERENCE
Interactive public schools, private residences, unbuilt projects among winners
Posted: February 6, 2013
MORGANTOWN, WV – “West Virginia GreenWorks conferred 12 Placemaker Awards celebrating outstanding achievement and leadership in sustainable community and project design, Saturday, February 2, at the final event of The Building Conference in Morgantown…
To see complete descriptions and photographs of the winning entries, visit thebuildingconference.com/awards.”