Good things really do come in threes! Earlier this year, VAEEC member Community Housing Partners (CHP) hit a green building trifecta when they were honored with their third EarthCraft™Virginia Sustainable Leadership Award in five years.
The 2013 award named CHP as Multifamily Contractor of the Year for their “exceptional commitment to sustainable housing;” in 2011, they received a Multifamily Developer of the Year Award for demonstrating the “largest commitment to sustainable, green multifamily housing across the state;” and in 2010, CHP accepted EarthCraft’s Best Architect/Design Firm Award for their commitment to green and sustainable design.
EarthCraft, the Richmond-based green building certification and education program, presents awards every year to regional builders, developers, and other stakeholders who demonstrate superior dedication to the advancement of sustainable housing. Winners are honored in several categories that cover new construction, renovation, single-family homes, multi-family housing, and more.
Building on a long-standing tradition of environmental, economic and social responsibility, CHP has almost 40 years of experience creating homes and neighborhoods with responsible products and practices.
“CHP is very proud to be recognized by EarthCraft Virginia for our commitment to green housing,” said CHP Vice President of Construction Todd Peacock. “Their awards reflect our sincere commitment to building stronger, healthier communities.”