Brad Greenbury is a Landscape Architect with over 30 years of experience in the Sacramento and Fresno area. His projects have covered a wide range of types from residential to commercial and public parks. He is knowledgeable in all areas of landscaping and irrigation design focusing on climate appropriate plants and water-wise irrigation.
Joseph Amader is an energy efficiency expert with over 20 years of experience implementing successful demand response energy efficiency programs. His background brings a unique perspective having managed the work quality and safety of large utility sponsored programs focused on providing energy education, access and savings to underserved communities. As General Manager for Highlands Energy, he’s had the opportunity to provide solar, HVAC and lighting improvements to public K-12 and charter schools throughout California. Energy efficiency plans contributed to increased cost savings and reduction in greenhouse gas emissions while providing safer, cleaner learning environments in the classroom. Recent program management includes State of Ca Department of Services and Development, Low-Income Weatherization Program offering Solar PV, Solar Thermal as well as energy efficiency upgrades to disadvantaged communities in the Central and Imperial Valley. He is also an independent consultant offering subject matter expertise in the areas of energy efficiency program data base and policy & procedure training, business efficiency analysis and coaching.
Mayuko Russell, LEED AP BD+C, Project Manager at DSJ Architects, has experience designing schools and institutional buildings in the Central Valley. She is interested in sustainable community development as well as green building, and also serves on the board of Eco Village Project of Fresno, a non-profit green transitional housing project. Previously, she has taught architecture studio to undergraduate students at Kyoto Seika University, Japan. She received her B.A. from University of Nottingham, UK and M. Arch. from Southern California Institute of Architecture.
Weston Rodberry is an Architect-In-Training at Teter Architects & Engineers in the Public Sector, which serves primarily K-12 & Higher Education. After growing up and graduating High School in Reedley, California, Weston enlisted in the United States Army as a Combat Engineer for 7 years including an overseas tour in Dongducheon, South Korea and 2 combat tours in Baghdad, Iraq. After leaving active service, Weston studied for and received a Bachelor in Architecture with a minor in Energy & Sustainability from the Hines College of Architecture and Design at the University of Houston in Houston, Texas. Weston returned home to the Central Valley in the summer of 2016 and is actively pursuing his license in architecture. Weston is a LEED Green Associate.
Luis D’Carpio is a senior level design & construction professional with experience representing owners and/or self-perform contractors with the planning, design, and/or construction of $300MM+ in cost effective, hygienic, safe, and sustainable projects. Background includes 20 years of experience working on commercial, industrial, and heavy/civil projects and hold various professional certifications (i.e. design-build and leadership in energy & environmental design).
Loren Aiton, Architect with Teter, has been active in the construction industry for nearly 30 years. His work includes the design and construction of new and remodeled facilities in both the Public Sector and Private Sector. Loren has been focused on sustainable building since 2003 and is a LEED AP BD&C since 2004. Loren has completed over a dozen LEED Certifications as Project LEED AP. He is currently Director of Sustainability at Teter Architects and Engineers in Fresno, California. Loren has served on the LEED Regionalization Task Force for both LEED 2009 and LEED v4 and is a USGBC Faculty.