2014 Earth Day Gala

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Come Celebrate our Planet Earth and applaud the 2014 USGBC Massachusetts Green Building Award Winners

Join us as a community to celebrate Earth Day as the USGBC MA Chapter.


Tuesday night, April 22nd at the Federal Reserve Plaza in Boston at 600 Atlantic Avenue in Boston, across from South Station.  Brian Swett, Chief of Energy & Environment for the City of Boston will offer remarks and we will hold the Green Building Award ceremony.



The Federal Reserve has generously allowed us to use their Connolly Center facility, including their beautiful roof deck, for our program of events on Earth Day. The Fed is a LEED EB Gold building and a strong community advocate for green buildings.


We will hold the recognition ceremony for our Green Building Awards - Green Building of the Year and Green Innovation Awards.


More information regarding these contests is available here.


The Earth Day Gala will build on past years' successes. This year we anticipate a crowd of 190 guests, with a formal dinner and brief presentations. You will be able to review the submittal boards of the award nominees. Media Partner the New England Real Estate Journal will be creating a program for the evening of all the entrants. 


Tickets cost $95, with a $15 discount for Chapter Members


Special thanks to our esteemed sponsors: 

Platinum: National Grid 

Gold: Boston Properties, AHA Consulting Engineers, NStar

Silver: Suffolk Construction, A Better City, SMMA, DTZ, Chapman Construction, Robinson & Cole, Columbia Construction, Structure Tone

Bronze: Entegra Development & Investment, WB Engineers, IRONWOOD Design 

Table Sponsor: The Green Engineer
Media Sponsor: New England Real Estate Journal
Gallery Sponsor: Reed Construction Data
Venue Sponsor: The Federal Reserve, Boston


April 22nd, 2014 6:00 PM   through   9:00 PM
The Federal Reserve Plaza, Boston
600 Atlantic Avenue
Boston, MA 02210
United States
Earth Day Gala Single Ticket $ 95.00
Chapter Member Price $ 80.00
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