Craig Eliot, Sustainable Building Concepts, Pueblo, CO
Originally from Seattle, Washington, Craig
has lived and worked in Pueblo since 1995.
He has served on the boards of several different non-profit organizations and has spent more than 500 afternoons visiting and talking to local school children about the importance of science and education.
Craig's background is in meteorology and atmospheric science.
includes the study of architectural meteorology, which emphasizes how the weather can help or hinder a buildings performance.
Craig is a board member of the Southeastern Colorado Renewable Energy Society, a member of the United States Green Building Council and is pursuing becoming a LEED Accredited Professional.
is a strong proponent of the value and benefits of what he
calls smart construction.
In 2003, along with Cruzco Inc.
designed and built the Colorado "Built Green Home of the Year".
The home, which serves as a model for energy and money-saving green design, was selected for the award out of 6000 homes in the competition.
is also a founding member's of SBC
, one of the states only renewable energy and green building consulting firms: SBCGreenTeam.