Ed Gulick brings extensive green building experience to High Plains Architects. Prior to returning to his hometown of Billings in 2004 to work at High Plains, he managed the Green Resource Center in the San Francisco Bay Area, providing technical assistance to building professionals and educating the general public on the economic, community, and environmental benefits of green building.
Ed’s projects at High Plains include the Good Earth Market, Home on the Range (offices for the Northern Plains Resource Council), Klos Building, Swift Building Lofts, NOLS Wyss Wilderness Medicine Campus, and the Borden Hotel Remodel. Three of the buildings were Certified Historic Tax Credit projects, and ten of his projects received LEED Platinum certification from the U.S. Green Building Council for their exemplary green building performance.
Ed is a licensed architect and a LEED Accredited Professional. He received his B.A. from Pomona College and Master of Architecture from Yale University.
At High Plains Architects, we consistently apply sustainable design values to all aspects of our work, resulting in projects that are unsurpassed in the region in energy efficiency, water efficiency, use of salvaged and other green materials, and in the use of renewable energy sources. High Plains Architects is in the vanguard of green building in this country. The evidence of this commitment to sustainability is in our projects and the awards we've received for our efforts.
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