2014 Sustainability & Energy
Efficiency (Se2) Leadership Awards


Gain recognition for your efforts to make the built environment more sustainable.


The awards recognize leadership in energy efficient and sustainable design, construction, and operation of Wisconsin commercial buildings and related systems, and consist of three levels:
  • "Focus on Energy Award of Excellence" - exceptional achievement and overall excellence
  • "Award of Merit" - acknowledge commendable achievement
  • "Special Citation" - recognize superior elements of an outstanding design
Winning projects receive visibility and recognition through press releases, website presence, and an award ceremony. Past participants have also enjoyed the greater cooperation among owners, designers, builders, and operators that collaborated to compile information required for entry.



  How to Enter

  1. Complete the entry form and send the entry fee ($175) by Wednesday, April 30th, 2014 at 12:00 PM.
  2. Submit the entry packet for new construction or existing buildings and the required supporting materials by August 8th, 2014 at 12:00 pm.
  3. Attend the 11th Annual Awards Ceremony on November 13, 2014 in Oconomowoc, WI.




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  Who is Eligible?


  For existing buildings
  • Existing commercial buildings over five years old that have made significant modifications in the past two years or major renovations in the past five years
  • Existing multi-family buildings of sixteen units or more, with a central plant
  • Minimum of two years pre-renovation and one year post-renovation billing data
  • Limit of two projects per submitter
  For new construction
  • Newly constructed commercial buildings (less than 5 years old)
  • Existing multi-family buildings of sixteen units or more, with a central plant
  • Minimum of one year energy billing data for review
  • Limit of two projects per submitter
Past Se2 Award Recipients

2013
Clock Shadow Building, submitted by Continuum Architects
Wisconsin Energy Institute, submitted by Mortenson Construction
Glen Hills Middle School, submitted by Transwestern
City of Edgerton City Hall, submitted by Eppstein Uhen Architects, Inc.
UW-Milwaukee Cambridge Commons, submitted by HGA Architects and Engineers
UW-Oshkosh Sage Hall, submitted by Berners-Schober Associates, Inc.


 
 
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