Consulting

………………………………….

CONSULTING FOR A GREEN DESIGN COMMUNITY

Beyond designing our own projects we offer consulting services to other project teams, guiding them toward measures that meet sustainable design criteria and/or LEED specific goals. From developing sustainability guidelines to managing LEED documentation for entire campuses, our experience in green design spans a wide variety of projects, each with its own unique demands and goals. We work with project teams to identify and implement the measures that will bring the greatest benefit.

A2SO4 enjoys a long history of involvement in green and sustainable design:

•    A2SO4 is a member of the U.S. Green Building Council and currently is staffed with seven LEED Accredited Professionals. Four employees hold the BD+C credential, one an ND credential and two with Legacy AP credential.

•    Sanford Garner, President and Founding Partner was the primary designer behind the award-winning Fall Creek Place neighborhood in Indianapolis. Additionally he was the founding member and Green Champion of the Indianapolis Chamber of Commerce “Green Chamber.”  He recently earned one of the first two LEED AP ND credentials in the state of Indiana and was one of 81 in North America.  Sanford also helped to craft the language which was ultimately incorporated into Governor Daniels’ Executive Order #08-14 (Establishment of Energy Efficient State Building Initiative).

•    Kevin Russell, Director of Operations was recruited specifically for his early and deep involvement in the environmental building movement. Kevin served on AIA Indiana’s Committee on the Environment and was a founding member of the Indiana Chapter of USGBC. He organized the first “Indiana Green Expo,” which was recognized by the Governor in 2004 who declared the week of the Expo as Indiana Green Building Week. He is a recipient of Ball State University’s Distinguished Alumni Award in recognition of his work on behalf of green building and living.

•    Mark Darrall, Senior Project Manager has served as a member and Secretary of the Indiana Chapter of USGBC and currently serves on the Sustainable Design Legislation Subcommittee of AIA Indiana’s Legislative Affairs Committee. He developed strategy for and testified on behalf of Indiana’s adoption of ASHRAE 90.1-2007 as the state’s first energy code update since 1992. He currently sits on the committee working on the adoption of the 2006 International Plumbing Code. AIA Indiana, who will grant him a service award at its 2010 state convention, is recognizing his efforts on behalf of sustainability.

For more information please email Mark Darrall.