At Stogner Architecture, PA we have three LEED Accredited Professionals, Wayne Stogner (firm principal and licensed architect), David Stogner (intern architect) and Fred Ford (intern architect). LEED is an acronym for Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design and is an internationally recognized organization providing certification of sustainable buildings. We at Stogner Architecture are able to provide building owners and operators a simplified framework for implementing sustainable solutions into their own projects. The end results are buildings that use less energy, cause less pollution, provide healthier environments to live and work in, and thus generate more productivity out of its occupants. Most importantly however, are the potentially very large percentages of money that can be saved on water, electricity and other associated operating cost. We encourage our clients to integrate ideas and technologies of sustainability into their projects of new construction, renovation and restoration because the results are financially rewarding, socially responsible and environmentally necessary.
Stogner Architecture, PA | 615 E. Broad Avenue, Rockinghan, NC 28379, United States