Tricycle Inc.

REVERB’s writers are Holley Henderson, chair of LEED for Commercial Interiors, Mairi Beautyman of Interior Design magazine and Treehugger.com, Melissa Mizell of Gensler, a report from a Saturday Education Seminar at the Color Marketing Group‘s spring international meeting, MK Timme of InteriorDesign.net, Katie Weeks of Contrac magazine, Bill Grant of Grant Design Collaborative and current president of AIGA, Nadav Malin of Environmental Building News, Carlie Bullock-Jones of Thompson, Ventulett, Stainback & Associates, and Cameron Sinclair of Architecture for Humanity.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tricycle_Inc.

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Green Building Focus Event Photos

According to the U.S. Green Building Council, buildings represent 39% of the primary energy use in the United States. Buildings are also one of the heaviest consumers of natural resources and contribute a significant portion of the greenhouse gas emissions. In the United States alone, buildings account for 38% of all CO2 emissions.

http://www.alagasco.com/Green-Building-Focus-Event-Photos-843.html

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Advocating It

Carlie Bullock-Jones is a Sustainable Design Consultant with TVS in Atlanta, guiding multiple clients, consultants, and design teams through green building initiatives and sustainable strategies specific to their projects. She shared her wisdom on creating sustainable interiors at the 2007 Metropolis Conference at the International Contemporary Furniture Fair, New York, where she spoke passionately about the integrated design approach as a primary method of achieving this goal. She was joined by architect Bruce Fowle, chairman of the well-known New York City firm FXFowle, for the question-and-answer session. The transcript of Bullock-Jones’s speech provides specific advice for advocating sustainability in a project and is an inspiration to designers striving to do right by the environment and society.

http://www.metropolismag.com/story/20071029/advocating-it-carlie-bullock-jones-speaks-at-the-metropolis-icff-2007-conference

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SUSTAINABLE SUITE DESIGN COMP: Judges

Carlie Bullock-Jones, ASID, LEED AP, is a Sustainable Design Consultant with Ecoworks Studio in Atlanta, guiding multiple clients, consultants and design teams through green building initiatives and sustainable strategies specific to their projects. She has collaborated on many award-winning LEED projects, including the first LEED-CI Platinum rated facility in the country, the Interface Showroom & Offices, and has written, prepared and presented multiple and various green building topics.

Carlie remains current with the industry through her participation and speaking engagements at many green building conferences such as the AIA National Convention, EnvironDesign, ICFF and USGBC International Greenbuild Conference and Expo. Bullock-Jones was also a member of the US Green Building Council’s former LEED for Commercial Interiors Core Committee and is an active member of the LEED Curriculum Committee, USGBC Atlanta Branch and Georgia Board, as well as the National ASID Sustainable Design Council.

In 2004, she received the ASID Georgia Chapter Presidential Citation for Distinguished Service to the Society and Profession. As a frequent speaker on Sustainable Design issues Carlie also serves as a USGBC LEED Faculty member and Adjunct Professor in the College of Architecture, Design and Construction at Auburn University.

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As a full time Sustainable Design Consultant, Carlie works with multiple clients, consultants and design teams to guide them through green building initiatives and sustainable strategies specific to their projects. She has collaborated on many award-winning LEED projects which included leading the effort for the first LEED CI Platinum rated facility in the country, the Interface Showroom and offices. Carlie has written, prepared and presented multiple and various green building topics, including the facilitation of sustainable design (LEED) eco-charettes, and remains current with the industry through her participation and speaking engagements at many green building conferences such as the AIA National Convention, EnvironDesign, Greenprints as well as the USGBC International Greenbuild Conference and Expo.

Carlie is also an active member of the National ASID Sustainable Design Council and in 2004 she received the ASID Georgia Chapter Presidential Citation for Distinguished Service to the Society and Profession. As a nationally recognized speaker on Sustainable Design issues Carlie also serves as an Adjunct Professor in the College of Architecture, Design and Construction at Auburn University.

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