The Frick Environmental Center in Pittsburgh is competing with 44 other buildings around the United States for 2016 Building Of The Year by American-Architects.
The Pittsburgh Parks Conservancy, in partnership with the City of Pittsburgh, began construction of the new Center in August 2014 and opened in September 2016.
Engineered to meet the Living Building Challenge and achieve Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) Platinum certification.
Free and open to all, this cutting-edge building is a "living laboratory" that enhances visitor experience. Here, learners of all ages can access hands-on environmental education in a building that complements and restores historic Frick Park.
Click Here to vote now for #33 - Frick Environmental Center. Voting closes January 31.