Member & Firm News
TruexCullins Architecture & Interiors
Cam Featherstonhaugh, AIA, CSI of TruexCullins is one of 12 Architects selected for the 2019-2020 NCARB Re-Think Tank! During the next year, the group will explore challenges and opportunities throughout the licensure process, develop ways to strengthen the relationship between licensure candidates and supervisors, and discuss equity, diversity, and ethics within the profession. >> Read More
Birdseye Wins AIA New England Citation Award for Bank Barn
Vermont Firm Birdseye was the recipient of a citation award at this year's AIA New England Annual Meeting & Design Awards, held in Amherst, MA on Oct. 5.
Elizabeth Herrmann Architecture + Design
EH welcomed Elizabeth Saleh, Architectural Associate, to the studio. Elizabeth comes to Vermont from Philadelphia, where she has worked for the past 4 years on a diverse range of projects. She holds her Master’s degree in Architecture from Cornell University.
EHA+D received AIA New England's Emerging Professional-Friendly firm award.
Freeman French Freeman
Freeman French Freeman is pleased to announce that Vice President Alex Halpern, AIA, has been appointed to the Board of Directors of the Lake Champlain Regional Chamber of Commerce. >>Read More
Freeman French Freeman is thrilled to announce that Jane Pickell, IIDA, has been selected for Leadership Champlain's Class of 2020. Jane and others will explore the top issues facing the local community over the next year. Leadership Champlain is a longstanding program of the Lake Champlain Regional Chamber of Commerce. >>Read More
Dore + Whittier Architects
Dore + Whittier is proud to announce its appearance on Engineering New Record’s 2018 Top 100 Green Design Firms list for the 5th time in the last 6 years at #83.
Follow the link to read ENR’s related story that describes the major shift in recent years with sustainable construction. >>Read More
Efficiency Excellence Network launches New Group for Building Design Professionals
Calling all architects and engineers! The Efficiency Excellence Network (EEN), Efficiency Vermont's premiere trade ally network, is now inviting architects and engineers to enroll in a new group for Building Design Professionals.
EEN membership has many benefits, including:
· Efficiency Vermont program and rebate updates
· Free trainings and enhanced support
· Access to coop advertising funds
· Deep discounts on registration for our annual Better Buildings by Design conference
Members also receive access to a premiere web listing on the Efficiency Vermont website, where they can post their company's bio, awards, and photos.
There is no cost to membership. Requirements for enrollment include active licensure and General or Professional Liability Insurance. Additionally, all EEN members are required to complete or maintain enrollment of at least 1 project with Efficiency Vermont per year, and report 8 hours of energy efficiency-related training per year.
To learn more about the EEN, visit our website at https://contractors.efficiencyvermont.com/efficiency-excellence-network. Interested in becoming a member? Contact the Efficiency Vermont EEN team at email@example.com to get started.