As an Associate and a Registered Architect in New York, Craig has almost two decades of experience as a green building consultant advocating for energy efficient and sustainable design strategies. He is a Certified Passive House Designer with demonstrated experience in sustainable materials,
envelope optimization, benchmarking, and energy efficient design.
Craig has industry experience that spans commercial, residential, institutional and academic projects. Most notably, he has applied his expertise to high profile building and campus projects such as The Durst Organization’s 1155 Avenue of the Americas Commercial Office Fit-Out, which was the first LEED v4 project in New York City, the LEED NC Gold targeted Chao Center at Harvard Business School, and the Environmental Studies and School of Engineering & Applied Science building at Princeton University. Craig has also provided strategic green building consultation for corporate organizations, including developing tenant sustainability guidelines for Four Times Square and One World Trade Center.
Craig holds a Master of Architecture from the University of Texas and a Bachelor of Science in Economics from the University of Pennsylvania. As an Assistant Professor at the NY City College of Technology where he has taught Sustainable History and Practice, he is committed to educating the next generation of designers in sustainability.