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3 Corporate Projects Are Recognized At CoreNet Awards

Sealed Air Corporation - Project of the Year larger than 50K sf CoreNet Global
Sealed Air Corp.'s Chesley Black, Susan Sescila, Jennifer Anderson, Chip Cook and Jim Whaley accept the award for Project of the Year (larger than 50K SF).

The Carolinas chapter of CoreNet Global presented the Second Annual CORE Awards to honor the “Best in the Carolinas in Corporate Real Estate” on Nov. 16 at the NASCAR Hall of Fame.

Charlotte Center City Partners office space
Charlotte Center City Partners office space at 200 South Tryon St.

An 8K SF renovation to the Charlotte Center City Partners offices was awarded Project of the Year in the less than 50K SF category. CCCP’s existing office space on the 16th floor of 200 South Tryon St. was retrofitted to look and feel like a living room.

“It’s a beautiful place to work,” CCCP Director of Communications Steven Cole said. “We host a number of meetings here with our partners, and we are always happy to have them here because it really shows off how beautiful Center City is and our office reflects how cool our Center City is.”

CBI, Little Diversified Architectural Consulting and Rodgers Builders were team members on this project.

Sealed Air Corporation Headquarters
Sealed Air Corp. headquarters in Charlotte, N.C.

Fortune 500 company Sealed Air Corp.'s new headquarters in Charlotte won Project of the Year in the more than 50K SF category.

Three buildings totaling approximately 403K SF on 32 acres will serve as the office and research and development space for 1,400 employees. The project is within LakePointe Corporate Center, near the Billy Graham Parkway and Tyvola Road intersection.

Childress Klein, CBRE, Stantec, LandDesign, tvsdesign, HOK, Shelco and Alfred Williams & Co. partnered on this project.

JLL Team for the CORE Innovation Award
JLL's Julie Wilkinson and JoAnn Boddie and LAZ Parking's Amy Smith and Janna Sullivan accept the innovation award

The Innovation of the Year award was given to JLL for its use of license plate recognition in one of the Uptown office towers it manages. This technology is new to the Charlotte market.

“This project offers a model to the commercial real estate industry that reduces the carbon footprint while installing cutting-edge technology to drive tenant satisfaction,” JLL Senior Manager, Strategic Sourcing Jo Ann Boddie said. “The LPR allows for hands-free access to the garage, increased ingress and egress with minimal down time, chip-and-pin technology with more reliable bar-code features and future integration with building management and universal scheduling systems.”

CoreNet Global is a professional association dedicated to the advancement of the corporate real estate industry. The CORE Awards celebrate the professional successes and contributions of CoreNet members, leaders and constituents in the corporate real estate industry in North Carolina and South Carolina.