Southface has years of experience providing green building consulting services to a range of clients – from corporations to government, nonprofits to schools, and everything in between.
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Southface’s staff of building scientists, engineers, architects, urban planners, and policy experts, many of whom are LEED® Accredited Professionals, have a depth of consulting knowledge that is backed by Southface’s decades of work in the building sciences, advising organizations in the building design and construction sectors.
Our wide range of skills and experience, both on actual projects and as trainers, ensures that we can provide the expertise and advice you want, in a format that best suits your needs. Choosing Southface as your consulting partner, whether you need assistance with building design, operations, general sustainability, policy, research, or program development, ensures you receive a thoughtful, cost-effective and real-world solution from a respected and independent industry advisor.
Southface offers consulting assistance tailored to your timeframe, budget and specific requirements.
Georgia has an uplifting solar story to tell. We had 22 megawatts (MW) of installed solar in 2012 when Southface launched the Solar Map available on www.GeorgiaEnergyData.org. The state exceeded 1,100 MW by the end of 2016. However, our tracking of solar installations in Georgia also reveals that the vast majority of this capacity is…Read More
Greenprints 2017 Keynote Overview: Disrupting Urban Regeneration – Unlocking the Power of Neighborhood
Since 1998, Greenprints has brought together thought leaders in sustainability throughout the Southeast and beyond to discuss building performance, energy policy, community design and more. In that tradition, we were honored to have Rob Bennett as our 2017 keynote. Bennett, a recognized leader in the sustainable cities movement, is CEO of EcoDistricts, and his keynote…Read More
Tiny Houses are seeing strong progress in Atlanta. Current code and zoning ordinances make Tiny Houses throughout most of the city either fully illegal or not feasible. Southface has worked closely with the City of Atlanta Office of Planning and Community Development on a Tiny House feasibility study, examining the policy barriers and code obstacles…Read More
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