On May 19, the Awards for Excellence program recognized 12 new developments and initiatives in the Atlanta region and honored two individual award recipients, the late Noel Khalil for the Frank Carter Community Achievement Award and Bill Bolling for the Dan and Tally Sweat Community Leadership Award!
All 12 project finalists were evaluated by a jury of ULI members with a diverse range of expertise and broad perspectives. While there were only five Award categories, there were actually six winners. The nomination and jury process uncovered two projects whose achievements stood alone in their specific and unique alignment with ULI’s core mission priorities.
The first, Rodney Cook Park demonstrated a community-focused public realm development characterized by equity and parks, open space, and equitable development. While the second project, ASHRAE Net Zero Energy Headquarters exemplified ULI’s commitment to addressing the built environment’s role in reaching net zero. Both of these projects were Awarded the ULI Atlanta Mission Advancement Award.
The other Award Winners by category: