USGBC Recognizes LRK's Krissy Buck Flickinger and Crosstown Concourse

Posted by Katherine Martin on September 27th, 2018

National architectural, planning, environmental graphic design and interior design firm Looney Ricks Kiss (LRK) was recently honored at the IMPACT Tennessee Conference of the US Green Building Council (USGBC) on October 11 for their impact in sustainable design at both the project and leadership level.

USGBC named LRK’s LEED-Platinum certified project Crosstown Concourse winner of the Exceptional Leadership Award for “demonstrating high levels of leadership in all facets of sustainable design.”

USGBC has published a LEED scorecard of Crosstown Concourse’s commitment to sustainability from innovation and water efficiency to energy and atmosphere, collectively contributing to a LEED Platinum certification—the largest LEED Platinum historic adaptive reuse project in the world. View full scorecard details here:

Additionally, LRK’s in-house LEED expert Krissy Buck Flickinger was named winner of the Green Leader, Volunteer Award for contributing to USGBC’s mission to transform the way buildings and communities are designed, built and operated, enabling an environmentally and socially responsible, healthy, and prosperous environment that improves the quality of life.

The Green Leader, Volunteer winners are selected by the USGBC Tennessee Market Leadership Advisory Board, who considers volunteers statewide.

“Krissy was awarded this well-deserved recognition as a longtime advocate for USGBC and LEED in Memphis,” said Cindy Zork, USGBC Director of Virginia & Tennessee. “She is primarily responsible for the successful Memphis-based Paper Power program—her dedication has enabled hundreds of Shelby County high schoolers to become exposed to future careers in green building. We’re very proud of her support.”

“We are proud to be recognized by the USGBC, particularly because their vision for sustainable design aligns innately with our firm’s guiding principles,” said Frank Ricks, principal of LRK. “Our portfolio is rooted in creative, collaborative spaces of all sizes and project types that engage people, nurture community, enhance urban life, and will stand the test of time for future generations.”

Tags: Crosstown Concourse, LEED, Sustainability, Awards


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