LEED-Certified Architect, Concord, NH
Make your new home as sustainable and environmentally friendly as possible.
Because climate change is such a significant and all-encompassing problem, experts in every industry are being called on to help find ways to contribute to a solution. One area where issues of climate change and sustainability are especially pressing is architecture, as the design of a building significantly affects how much energy it uses.
To encourage architects to adhere to high standards of sustainability and energy efficiency, the LEED building rating system was developed to rate structures on how well they address energy, water, and carbon usage concerns, as well as things like their indoor environmental quality and waste disposal. In addition, architects can become LEED certified, which means they have mastered the techniques of green, sustainable design. Paul B. Clark, Architect, is one such LEED-certified architect, and he is committed to helping you make your home design as environmentally friendly as possible.
Paul has over 30 years of experience in the architectural industry, and in that time, he has become known for his biophilic designs, which emphasize sustainability and green living. If you want to make sure your new home adheres to the highest standards of environmentally friendly design, you can turn to him to get the expert design services you need. As a LEED-certified architect, Paul will make sure your home uses energy efficiently and meets your design needs.
Paul is proud to serve the Concord, New Hampshire community, and he wants to help you design the ideal home for your needs. If you are looking for a LEED-certified architect you can trust to deliver the results you deserve, just give him a call.
Paul B. Clark, Architect, is a LEED-certified architect who serves clients from Dublin, Harrisville, Keene, Jaffrey, Milford, Concord, Peterborough, Hampton Falls, and throughout Cheshire County, New Hampshire, as well as Boston, Massachusetts.