KCBA Architects is proud to announce the receipt of an award that recognizes our firm’s commitment to recycling. Presented by the Northern Montgomery County Recycling Commission (NMCRC), the award is given annually to a company, institution, or resident in each of 11 regional municipalities who displays quality and consistency in their recycling program. KCBA is delighted to receive this year’s award for our home office in Hatfield Borough.
Singling out the firm’s dedication to recycling, NMCRC consultant Tom Hough said, “We chose to recognize KCBA Architects for their leadership and excellence in recycling. Their program is a positive model for other companies in the area to follow.”
KCBA is especially excited for the recognition of our commitment to sustainability in our day-to-day behavior as it reflects our commitment to sustainability in our architectural practice. An early leader in implementing green elements into buildings, KCBA is a member of the US Green Building Council and currently has 12 LEED Accredited Professionals on staff. KCBA has provided design for some of the area’s trademark green buildings including the new Lower Merion and Harriton High Schools for the Lower Merion School District, both currently under construction and on track to receive LEED Gold Certification.
KCBA will be on hand to receive the award at a luncheon on May 2nd.