Stony Point Design/Build Named "Single Family Builder of the Year" at the 2018 Sustainable Leadership Awards

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Stony Point Design/Build, a premiere real estate development firm in Central Virginia, receives "Single Family Builder of the Year Award" at the 2018 Sustainable Leadership Awards.

"Sustainability is ingrained in our corporate culture."

On Thursday, April 19th, just three days before Earth Day, Stony Point Design/Build, LLC was honored at Viridiant's Sustainable Leadership Awards, receiving the "Single Family Builder of the Year" award.

The annual awards recognize the region's premiere developers, builders, architects, government officials and other industry professionals for their work in advancing the benefits of sustainable building through the EarthCraft family of green building programs. Stony Point Design/Build was honored on Thursday evening at a ceremony in downtown Richmond which brought together close to 200 individuals representing home builders, non-profit and for-profit housing providers and developers, affordable housing advocates and those interested in creating green housing opportunities in Virginia. Awards were presented in a variety of categories to cover new construction, renovation, single family homes, multifamily housing and more.

Stony Point Design/Build is Building Better By Design through innovative architecture, universal design features, and high performance construction techniques. Creating great places and enhancing lives through the built environment is core to the company's mission. Stony Point Design/Build constructs single family homes, multifamily buildings, and mixed-use communities in Charlottesville, VA.

Chris Henry, President of Stony Point Design/Build states, "Sustainability is ingrained in our corporate culture. Certifying each of our projects through the EarthCraft suite of programs is one way that we uphold that core value. We are honored to receive recognition for our work with the EarthCraft program and thankful to all of our passionate trade partners that made this recognition possible."

"Each year, our nominees and winners amaze us with their cutting edge projects that are transforming today's housing market and serve as proof that the science of sustainability can deliver a housing future that is more affordable, more durable and more liveable. This year is no exception," said KC Bleile, Executive Director of Viridiant. "It is truly our honor to recognize the work of these dedicated teams and their passion for high performance home building."

For more information about the 9th Annual Sustainable Leadership Awards, visit http://www.viridiant.org/aboutus/events_annual/viridiant-sustainable-leadership-awards/.

About Stony Point Design/Build, LLC
Stony Point Design/Build is Building Better By Design through innovative architecture, universal design features, and high performance construction techniques. Creating great places and enhancing lives through the built environment is core to the company's mission. Stony Point Design/Build constructs single family homes, multifamily buildings, and mixed-use communities in Charlottesville, VA.

About Viridiant
Viridiant is a non-profit organization committed to supporting sustainable building processes through education, consultation and certification. Through these efforts, Viridiant helps to set a path for businesses and homeowners to create structures that are more affordable, more livable and more durable. Learn more at viridiant.org.

About EarthCraft
The EarthCraft program was created in 1999 by a partnership between Southface Energy Institute and the Greater Atlanta Home Builders Association and was brought to Virginia in 2006. Operated by Viridiant in Virginia, Washington DC and Maryland, EarthCraft is a family of green building certification programs designed to address climate, energy and water issues unique to the southeastern United States. The program serves as a blueprint for energy and resource-efficient single family homes, multifamily structures, renovation projects, community developments, light commercial buildings and sustainable preservation projects.

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