AND COMMUNITY LEADER AWARDS
Washington, D.C. | July 21, 2022
21 years of celebrating the people and projects leading the way to a greener, healthier future for all!
Thursday, July 21, 6-9 pm
Arena Stage at the Mead Center for American Theater
1101 6th Street, SW, Washington, DC 20024 (map)
A Midsummer Night's Green is back in person!
Now in its 21st year, A Midsummer Night's Green has long been the premier summer social event and celebration of the DC metro green building community, annually bringing together 300+ industry professionals and sustainability advocates from across the region to toast the best of the best in local green building. We're thrilled to return in-person this year to the ever-popular Arena Stage for this highly-anticipated reunion event!
The evening will begin with a ceremony honoring the recipients of our 2022 Community Leader Awards, headlined by our keynote speaker, Kim Pexton, LEED Fellow, VP of Sustainability and longtime leader within the USGBC community. The ceremony will include the announcement of our Project Award winners as well as a celebration of the recipients of our individual and organizational awards. It will be followed by a networking reception with drinks and hors d'oeuvres, during which attendees will have the opportunity to vote to determine which project will take home our prestigious People's Choice Award.
Proceeds from the event support USGBC's local education, advocacy and volunteer programs.
Early bird ticket (available until July 5) - $99
Member ticket - $130
Nonmember ticket - $150
Membership Special (ticket + 1-year individual USGBC NCR membership) - $180
*Add-on Theater Seat Reservation - $5
There is limited seating in the theater for the Awards Ceremony. This $5 add-on guarantees you a seat that will be reserved until 10 minutes before the ceremony begins. At 10 minutes before the ceremony, reserved seats will be released.
USGBC National Capital Region's Community Leader Awards celebrate excellence in high-performance, healthy design and building, environmental stewardship, and community impact, and serve to highlight the green building initiatives of USGBC NCR community projects, businesses and local members. They recognize building owners and project teams for their extra effort to accomplish LEED certification for their buildings, and they honor the people who are working to create better buildings and better lives for all in the DC metro area.
Project awards will be given in multiple categories. In order to qualify in most categories, projects must have been LEED-certified between January 1, 2020 and May 16, 2022. Projects must be located in the USGBC NCR community territory. There is a $130 application fee. Projects that received a USGBC NCR award in 2020 or 2021 are not eligible to apply in the category they already won, but are welcome to apply in another category.
Winners will be announced at our annual A Midsummer Night's Green award celebration, which will take place in-person in the DC metro area in July 2022. Registration will open in May. Please see below for more information.
The application period for our 2022 Community Leader Awards has closed. You can learn more about the awards and the application process here. To receive notifications regarding our 2023 Community Leader Award application timeline, please sign-up for the USGBC NCR e-newsletter.
Be a part of bringing back in-person the most highly anticipated green building networking event of the year! Sponsoring A Midsummer Night's Green is a great way to showcase your organization's commitment to sustainability to a regional audience. Speaking opportunities during the awards ceremony, among other benefits. Sign on early, and maximize your promotional perks! Contact us for more information.
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USGBC local communities are the heart and soul of USGBC. They work to implement USGBC's global mission on the local level, making our states, cities, and neighborhoods greener, healthier places to live, work, and play. They educate and empower individuals to take action, and connect them to a vast network of sustainability advocates working across fields to bring better buildings and better lives to all.