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Congratulations to the Landmark Group of Builders!
Submitted by Neil McCallum on February 19, 2013 - 11:00am.
Congratulations to the Landmark Group of Builders for winning the Award for Corporate Environmental Excellence at the 11th annual GLOBE-Net Awards for Environmental Excellence! To read more about how The Natural Step has helped Landmark embed sustainability into every aspect of the company please visit www.naturalstep.ca/landmark-group-of-builders.
GLOBE Foundation Presents Canadian Environmental Leaders With Prestigious Globe Awards
VANCOUVER, B.C.- Following an exciting day and inspiring presentation by Paul Hawken, famed environmentalist and renowned author, the GLOBE Foundation has announced today the winners of the 11th annual GLOBE Awards for Environmental Excellence during the An Inspired Future Closing Luncheon at the Sheraton Centre Toronto.
The awards are presented annually to Canadian companies that excel in sustainable business practices and progressive development in technology and services.
This year saw winners in six award categories: Corporate Environmental Excellence, Excellence in Emerging Technology, Technology Innovation & Application, Excellence in Urban Sustainability, Best Green Consumer Product, and the Next Gen Entrepreneur Award.
The Award for Corporate Environmental Excellence was presented to the Landmark Group. Landmark's vision is "to be a major North American housing solutions provider recognized for sustainability and for leading a revolution to industrialize home construction".
For 35 years the Landmark Group has grown to be one of Alberta's largest builders and developers having crafted over 11,000 homes. Landmark's legacy began with an entrepreneurial commitment to build better homes for families at the best price possible.
The industry has evolved dramatically in three decades, and Landmark Group of Builders has often been at the forefront of its most significant innovations. Finalists in this category included Teknion and PepsiCo Foods Canada.