Dan Knapp Lifetime Achievement Award: to be given annually to someone that has been a major influence in our industry over the course of their life and work. Open to nominations.
Community Champion of the Year Award: to be given annually to a government agency, organization, or business for outstanding work promoting reuse and deconstruction within their community. Open to nominations.
Building our Industry Award: to be given annually to an individual who has gone above and beyond to integrate the reuse industry with other tangential industries to promote reuse and deconstruction. Open to nominations.
Build Reuse Volunteer of the Year Award: to be given annually to an individual [non board member] that has gone above and beyond by giving substantial time and energy to our organization directly. Selected by Board and ED.
Open for 2019 Nominations
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Lifetime Achievement: Dan Knapp
Community Champion: Kent County Department of Public Works
Building our Industry: Dr. Suzie Boxman
Build Reuse Volunteer of the Year: Stan Seals