2016 Project Excellence Award; Water Environment Federation
- The Water Environment Federation, a not-for-profit technical and educational organization representing water quality professionals around the world, presented the award to the WaterHub at Emory University as a project that contributes to the sustainability of water resources and makes a profound impact on the future of the world’s water through involvement with water professionals and education.
2016 Outstanding Achievement Game Changer Award; Atlanta Better Buildings Challenge
- Atlanta Better Buildings Challenge, a nation-leading public/private initiative that has been praised as a model for the rest of the country by the director of the U.S. Dept. of Energy’s Better Buildings Challenge, presented the award to the WaterHub at Emory University, whose remarkable efforts produced the highest levels of energy and water savings in 2015.
2016 Innovation Award; National Association of College and University Business Officers
- The WaterHub at Emory University won the 2016 Innovation award presented by the National Association of College and University Business Officers, an organization that enables educational institutions to share, elevate, and transform the learning environment. The award seeks to honor the achievement of higher education institutions of each constituent type (community colleges, comprehensive and doctoral institutions, research universities and small institutions) in the areas of process improvement and resource enhancement.
2016 Effective & Innovative Practices Award; APPA
- APPA, an organization that enables educational institutions to share, elevate, and transform the learning environment, presented the award to the WaterHub at Emory University as a project that enhances service delivery, lowers costs, increases productivity, improves customer service, generates revenue, or otherwise benefits the educational institution.
2016 National Engineering Excellence Grand Award; American Council of Engineering Companies
- American Council of Engineering, a national organization dedicated to strengthen the business environment through government advocacy, political action and business education, presented the award as the highest honor in the “Water Resources” category to the WaterHub at Emory University as a project that demonstrates an exceptional degree of innovation, complexity, achievement and value.
2016 SCUP Excellence in Landscape Architecture-General Honorable Mention Award Recipient; Society for College and University Planning
- The Society for College and University Planning, an organization of higher education leaders involved in the integration of planning on campuses, presented the award to the WaterHub at Emory University as a project that shows excellence in planning and design of campus grounds for higher education.
2016 US Water Prize; US Water Alliance
- The US Water Alliance, an organization that works to advance policies and programs that build a sustainable water future for all, presented the award to the WaterHub at Emory University as a project with outstanding achievement in the advancement of sustainable solutions to our nation’s water challenges.
2016 Fulcrum Award; Southface
- Southface, an organization that works with the construction and development industry, government agencies and communities to promote sustainable homes, workplaces and communities, presented the inaugural award to the WaterHub at Emory University as a project that defines excellence with respect to the Southface Vision Statement: a regenerative economy, responsible resources use, social equity and a healthy built environment for all.
2016 Engineering Excellence Grand Award; American Council of Engineering Companies of North Carolina
- As the highest honor in the “Water Resources” category, the American Council of Engineering Companies of North Carolina, an organization engaged in a wide range of engineering projects that propel the economy and enhance and safeguard our state’s quality of life, presented the award to the WaterHub at Emory University for its engineering excellence based on unique and innovative applications, future value, perception by the public, complexity, and fulfillment of the client’s requirements.
2015 Innovative Deal of the Year Award; Urban Land Institute Virginia
- Urban Land Institute Virginia, an organization dedicated to provide leadership in the responsible use of land and in creating and sustaining thriving communities worldwide, presented the award to the WaterHub at Emory University for its advanced land use and design practices that respect the uniqueness of both the built and natural environments.
2015 Superior Environmental Performance Award; Georgia Safety, Health and Environmental Conference and the Georgia Chapter of the American Society of Safety Engineers
- Presented by the Georgia Safety, Health and Environmental Conference and the Georgia Chapter of the American Society of Safety Engineers, the award recognized the WaterHub at Emory University for its exemplary environmental, health and safety improvements in the Georgia region. These organizations are dedicated to supplying industry professionals with a quality, comprehensive and convenient way to develop and improve their technical, managerial, regulatory and administrative skills necessary for maintaining and sustaining a safe, healthy and environmentally sound workplace.
2015 Liquid Assets Award; Metro Atlanta Chamber
- The Metro Atlanta Chamber, an organization devoted to help grow the economy or tackle big issues like transportation, water and public education, praised the WaterHub at Emory University for its ability to conserve Atlanta’s natural resources and develop technology to enhance the environment.
2015 Innovative Project of the Year Award; WateReuse Association
- Presented by the WateReuse Association (WRA) – the water industry’s leading research institution for the advancement of water reclamation and reuse – the award recognized the WaterHub at Emory University as a unique, innovative project that is practical and implementable to enhance the sustainability and efficiency of reclaimed water and acknowledges the WaterHub for its contributions to the community and how it continues to advance the water reuse industry.
2015 Project Achievement Award; Construction Management Association of America South Atlantic Chapter
- In the “Infrastructure Private Sector” category, the Construction Management Association of America (CMAA) South Atlantic Chapter, an organization dedicated exclusively to the interests of professional Construction and Program Management, awarded the WaterHub at Emory University as a successful project with a constructed value less than $50 million and recognized the project for outstanding achievement in the practice of construction management.