• Validating High-Performance Building Design and Operations at the Southface Eco Office

    The Eco Office impressed architects on tour with the AIA National Convention by achieving a 98 re-certification in the EPA’s ENERGY STAR program and by spending less that $25 a day on utilities.

    Validating High-Performance Building Design and Operations at the Southface Eco Office
  • Meet a Southfacer: Bonnie Casamassima, Commercial Sustainability Services Project Manager

    Bonnie provides research, technical and administrative assistance for various programs and cross-team projects. As a LEED Green Associate, she works on LEED documentation, administration and consulting. She also serves as an Interior Design expert contributing to Southface’s holistic sustainability approach while supporting continued portfolio program development. What brought you to Southface? Shane Totten, Southface’s Commercial Sustainability Services director, asked me […]

    Meet a Southfacer: Bonnie Casamassima, Commercial Sustainability Services Project Manager
  • Southface Refresh: GAF Spotlight

    This is the first in a series featuring the new technologies Southface has implemented for our campuses to keep them up to date. Southface is grateful to GAF and All Roof Solutions for the donation of their time and product to improve the Resource Center.

    Southface Refresh: GAF Spotlight
  • Young Israel of Toco Hills Achieves EarthCraft Light Commercial Gold

    Young Israel of Toco Hills, a Modern Jewish Orthodox community in Atlanta, Georgia, first opened its doors in 1994. Ten years ago, the synagogue realized that it was quickly outgrowing its space and began planning for a larger facility. EarthCraft Light Commercial Certification helped them achieve efficiency goals while building a new, larger space.

    Young Israel of Toco Hills Achieves EarthCraft Light Commercial Gold
  • TransForming the Atlanta Region Through Sustainable, Transit-Oriented Development

    Since 1978, Southface’s regional impact has often been strengthened when we partner with like-minded organizations to broaden the knowledge base and scope of our work.

    TransForming the Atlanta Region Through Sustainable, Transit-Oriented Development
  • Meet Jack Wynn: Iraq veteran and energy efficiency entrepreneur

    Marine Corps veteran Jack Wynn was inspired to start his own home energy improvement business after dramatically lowering his own utility bills. Southface’s veteran education benefit program is helping him reach that goal.

    Meet Jack Wynn: Iraq veteran and energy efficiency entrepreneur
  • Sustainable Georgia: Gaining Some Green

    Today, 678 clean energy firms provide 19,633 full-time jobs in the Peach State – almost the same as the number of active physicians working here. The industry generates more than $2.9 billion in annual gross revenue and includes building efficiency, renewable energy, geothermal, smart grid, energy storage, fuel cell and alternative vehicle fuel sectors.

    Sustainable Georgia: Gaining Some Green
  • Journey To Efficiency

    Jodi and Chris Laumer-Giddens did not always design and build with a focus on sustainability, but moving into the Atlanta market and connecting with Southface changed their path.

    Feature sized Chris and Jodi L-G in front of PGH at Serenbe
  • Emory WaterHub models sustainable technology for region

    The WaterHub at Emory University processes 400,000 gallons of water a day using a mostly biological, aquaponic based process that requires very little energy or chemical input.

    Emory WaterHub Photo
  • Five steps to a thriving Atlanta region

    Greenprints keynote speaker Doug Hooker outlines five key steps we must take in order to secure a healthy and vibrant future for the Atlanta region.

    Five steps to a thriving Atlanta region

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Validating High-Performance Building Design and Operations at the Southface Eco Office

Validating High-Performance Building Design and Operations at the Southface Eco Office

The Eco Office impressed architects on tour with the AIA National Convention by achieving a 98 re-certification in the EPA’s ENERGY STAR program and by spending less that $25 a day on utilities.

Read more ›
Meet a Southfacer: Bonnie Casamassima, Commercial Sustainability Services Project Manager

Meet a Southfacer: Bonnie Casamassima, Commercial Sustainability Services Project Manager

Bonnie provides research, technical and administrative assistance for various programs and cross-team projects. As a LEED Green Associate, she works on LEED documentation, administration and consulting. She also serves as an Interior Design expert contributing to Southface’s holistic sustainability approach while supporting continued portfolio program development. What brought you to Southface? Shane Totten, Southface’s Commercial Sustainability Services director, asked me […]

Read more ›
Southface Refresh: GAF Spotlight

Southface Refresh: GAF Spotlight

This is the first in a series featuring the new technologies Southface has implemented for our campuses to keep them up to date. Southface is grateful to GAF and All Roof Solutions for the donation of their time and product to improve the Resource Center.

Read more ›
Young Israel of Toco Hills Achieves EarthCraft Light Commercial Gold

Young Israel of Toco Hills Achieves EarthCraft Light Commercial Gold

Young Israel of Toco Hills, a Modern Jewish Orthodox community in Atlanta, Georgia, first opened its doors in 1994. Ten years ago, the synagogue realized that it was quickly outgrowing its space and began planning for a larger facility. EarthCraft Light Commercial Certification helped them achieve efficiency goals while building a new, larger space.

Read more ›
TransForming the Atlanta Region Through Sustainable, Transit-Oriented Development

TransForming the Atlanta Region Through Sustainable, Transit-Oriented Development

Since 1978, Southface’s regional impact has often been strengthened when we partner with like-minded organizations to broaden the knowledge base and scope of our work.

Read more ›
Meet Jack Wynn: Iraq veteran and energy efficiency entrepreneur

Meet Jack Wynn: Iraq veteran and energy efficiency entrepreneur

Marine Corps veteran Jack Wynn was inspired to start his own home energy improvement business after dramatically lowering his own utility bills. Southface’s veteran education benefit program is helping him reach that goal.

Read more ›
Sustainable Georgia: Gaining Some Green

Sustainable Georgia: Gaining Some Green

Today, 678 clean energy firms provide 19,633 full-time jobs in the Peach State – almost the same as the number of active physicians working here. The industry generates more than $2.9 billion in annual gross revenue and includes building efficiency, renewable energy, geothermal, smart grid, energy storage, fuel cell and alternative vehicle fuel sectors.

Read more ›
Feature sized Chris and Jodi L-G in front of PGH at Serenbe

Journey To Efficiency

Jodi and Chris Laumer-Giddens did not always design and build with a focus on sustainability, but moving into the Atlanta market and connecting with Southface changed their path.

Read more ›
Emory WaterHub Photo

Emory WaterHub models sustainable technology for region

The WaterHub at Emory University processes 400,000 gallons of water a day using a mostly biological, aquaponic based process that requires very little energy or chemical input.

Read more ›
Five steps to a thriving Atlanta region

Five steps to a thriving Atlanta region

Greenprints keynote speaker Doug Hooker outlines five key steps we must take in order to secure a healthy and vibrant future for the Atlanta region.

Read more ›
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