CBO Recognizes 2022's Sustainability VIPs
5 sustainability strategists who are driving industry change
Sponsored by: Kubota & Acumatica

As sustainability becomes more widely embraced throughout the built environment, it fuels local, national and global initiatives, and acts as a driver of industry change. Today, sustainability is reshaping the industry’s policies and practices, and affecting the collective futures of construction companies and stakeholders across the board.

Sustainability is comprehensive, covering and influencing many areas of the industry, including:

  • Industry and infrastructure
  • Clean energy, water and sanitation
  • Recycling and responsible consumption and production
  • Protection of climate, wildlife and waterways
  • Sustainable cities and communities
  • Green building and LEED efforts
  • Humanitarian efforts (poverty, hunger, equality, health, wellness, education, employment)

Construction Business Owner (CBO) Magazine recognizes this year’s Sustainability VIP finalists, whose efforts and ingenuity are building a better future for construction. Selected from a group of peer-submitted nominations, CBO’s Sustainability VIPs are industry professionals who have developed initiatives within their companies to support these areas of sustainability and others.

Check out our 2022 Sustainability VIP Finalists by clicking on the images below.

David Arkin
David Arkin, Principal, Arkin Tilt Architects

Shelly Giannini
Shelly Giannini, Account Manager, Gordian

Barbara Gregorio
Barbara Gregorio, Product Marketing Manager for Innovative Energies, Atlas Copco

Dan Grosskopf, Director – Strategic Sourcing & Supply Chain, Ameco


Brent Trenga
Brent Trenga, Director of Sustainability, North America, Kingspan Insulated Panels North America

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