Sunday, March 30, 2008

SEVILLE INCLUDED IN MAGAZINE'S LISTING OF "HOT 100 GREEN THINGS ABOUT ATLANTA"

Carl Seville, owner of Seville Consulting, was recently included in Atlanta Homes & Lifestyles Magazine's "Little Green Book" feature earlier this year, being listed in the publication's "Hot 100 Green Things About Atlanta".

The magazine noted that Seville "helps homeowners, contractors and architects incorporate sustainable practices into new and existing homes and creates healthy, efficient and durable environments through training, consultations and project administration".

Also included in the "Hot 100" listing was EcoLumina, another project in which Seville is involved. EcoLumina is the Showcase House for the 2008 Southern Building Show, which is coming up June 11-13 at the Cobb Galleria Exhibition Center. EcoLumina, which is under construction in Sandy Springs with the Hoots Group as the builder, is the fourth annual Showcase Home and will be the first Showcase Home to be LEED certified, a certification program of the U.S. Green Building Council. LEED, the Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design Green Building Rating System, is a nationally accepted benchmark for the design, construction, and operation of high performance green buildings.

Building professionals will tour the house during the Southern Building Show, and following the show, the owners of EcoLumina will continue to open the house to trade, consumer and legislative groups in order to further their dedication to green building education. More information about EcoLumina can be found at http://www.ecolumina.org/.

Carl Seville, who has both his home and his office in Decatur, is an Atlanta area-based green builder, educator and consultant on sustainability in America's home building industry. More information about his company, Seville Consulting, is available at http://www.sevilleconsulting.com/.

Considered one of the nation's leading experts on green building and remodeling, Seville was recipient of the 2005 and 2007 Green Remodeling Advocate of the Year and the 2004 and 2006 National Green Building Awards for Residential Remodeling from the National Association of Home Builders.

He was recently named Residential Green Building Advocate for the Atlanta chapter of the U.S. Green Building Council. In this role, Seville will work closely with local homebuilders� associations and other green homes organizations, as well as within his own USGBC chapter, to explain and promote residential green building.

Over the years, Seville has earned five Excellence in Design Awards from Environmental Design and Construction Magazine, the Southface Energy Institute Award of Excellence for Environmental Stewardship, and the 2006 EarthCraft House Leadership Award. He has been featured in and writes for numerous publications, including Green Builder, HGTVPRO.com, Professional Remodeling, Qualified Remodeler, Remodeling Magazine, Atlanta Home Improvement Magazine, Smart Homeowner, and Environmental Design and Construction Magazine.

Seville has over 30 years of experience in renovation and home construction. He was the founder and vice president of SawHorse Inc., an Atlanta design/build firm for 25 years before starting his current business.

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