Sustainable Design & Energy Solutions
"We have a simple approach to sustainable design and remodels: we go after the simple and cost-effective low hanging fruit first, and then look at the smaller details of each project. Every project is different."
“With simple design decisions, you can reduce the average energy consumption in a house by 30%-50% without installing the first piece of equipment. This is why working with an architect today makes sense.”
Seabold Architectural Studio is a long time member of the U.S. Green Building Council® and has maintained an active role in leadership and national committee membership. USGBC is a movement of community leaders, professionals, businesses, and innovators working to accomplish a single bold vision: healthy, efficient and equitable buildings and communities for all. (www.usgbc.org/community)
Our firm is qualified to help our clients achieve green buildings through LEED Certification and Rating. LEED® is the preeminent program for the design, construction, maintenance and operations of high-performance green buildings. Through this design system and third-party rating system, projects that are LEED Certified aim to improve the general well-being, environmental performance, and economic returns using established and innovative practices. Learn more at usgbc.org/LEED.
Jeff Seabold is one of the few LEED AP Homes professionals in the State of Mississippi. Jeff was a founding board member and the two time past Chair of the Mississippi Chapter of the US Green Building Council (USGBC) and served as the state’s LEED for Homes Advocate for 5 years. He served as the Chair Elect for the Southeast Regional Council of the USGBC and on the national USGBC Chapter Steering Committee in charge of strategic visioning and other working groups. He was the first architect in Mississippi to be designated a LEED AP Homes, and currently has 5 registered LEED for Homes projects seeking Gold or Platinum certification.
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