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S c o t t   E l l i n w o o d ,   F A I A
r e s o u r c e   c o n s c i o u s   a r c h i t e c t u r e   &   p l a n n i n g

Fellow of the American Institute of Architects United States Green Building Council LEED Accredited Professional

   

Recognized Experience to meet your specific needs

  • Feasibility Studies
  • Site Master Planning
  • Conceptual Site and Building Design
  • Integrated Design for Function, Environmental Responsibility and Aesthetics
  • Graceful Solutions to Complex Problems
  • Healthy Materials for Healthy Interiors
  • Single Family Custom Homes
  • Multi-Family Housing
  • Office Buildings
  • Commercial Centers
  • Historic Renovations
  • Adaptive Re-use
  • Industrial Facilities
  • Civic Buildings
  • Schools

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  • Scott Ellinwood FAIA, Resource Conscious Architecture and Planning,(SEA, Inc.) founded in September,1982   He has been responsible for all site analysis, facility needs analysis, master planning, site planning and design for a wide variety of projects ranging from civic facilities, schools, office buildings, commercial buildings, industrial facilities, multi-family residential and single family tracts to custom single family residences  -  SEA, Inc. has a history of creating pragmatic solutions to difficult problems with tight budget constraints and delivering graceful and energy efficient structures, on time and within budget.   See: w.scottellinwood.com
  • Chief Operating Officer, Architect and Planner for Green Heron Spring, LLC – see www.greenheronspring.com  A U S Green Building Council LEED for Homes Pilot Project
  • Fellow of the American Institute of Architects, an honor bestowed by the Institute on only some 2,500 of its 83,000 members, for advancing the profession of architecture
  • Member of the U S Green Building Council and a LEED Accredited Professional – LEED stands for Leadership in Environmental and Energy Design 
  • ‘Top Ten Green Building’ award from the U S Green Building Council and the AIA for a U S Navy project in 2002, that was also LEED Gold Certified
  • Owens Corning Fiberglas Energy Conservation Award for a commercial office building in 1983,
  • Honor Awards from the American Institute of Architects, Ventura County Chapter in 1978, 1988 and 1991
  •  published in ARCHITECTURE, ARCHITECTURAL RECORD, DESIGNERS WEST, FACILITIES MANAGEMENT AND DESIGN, ARCHITECTURE CALIFORNIA and ARCHITECTURAL LIGHTING MAGAZINE and in the book, SUNLIGHTING AS A FORMGIVER FOR ARCHITECTURE by William C. Lam, Published by McGraw Hill.
  • Design Partner in Rasmussen & Ellinwood, Architects and Planners in Ventura, California, from 1976 to August of 1982, responsible for all site analysis, facility needs analysis, master planning, site planning and design for a wide variety of projects ranging from civic facilities, schools, office buildings, commercial buildings, industrial facilities, multi-family residential and single family tracts to custom single family residences
  •  Project Design and Project Management for Rasmussen & Love, Architecture and Planning, Ventura, California from July, 1970 to June, 1976.  Responsible for Master Plan, Site Planning and Project Design for proposed Ventura County Government Center, Administration Building and Public Works Maintenance Facility, also a variety of master plans and facility designs for commercial office complexes, shopping centers, industrial facilities, apartment buildings, residential multi-family and single family tracts, custom single family residential as well as a U S Navy Clinical Hospital in Port Hueneme, California.
  • Project Designer and Project Manager, The Warren Holmes Company in Lansing, Michigan – 1967 – 1969 – project design and management for a 2500 student high school and a multistory community college technical center as well as a variety of smaller projects.
  •  U S Peace Corps Volunteer 1964 – 1966, in Northeastern Brazil as an architect for the State Development Council, designing a self-help housing satellite community with 1000 starter houses, a school, parks, marketplace and police facilities funded by the U S Agency for International Development   Also architect for the Federal University of Paraiba, master planning a new campus for the University and architect of an new Chemical Institute building there 
  • Bachelor of Architecture, University of Michigan, College of Architecture and Design, Ann Arbor, Michigan – 1964 
  • Member of the Architectural Review Board for the City of Carpinteria, California – 1973 -1976 and 2006 to end of 2018
  • Member of the Rotary Club of Carpinteria

 


President: Scott Ellinwood and Associates, Resource Conscious Architecture and Planning

Chief Operating Officer: Green Heron Spring, LLC : see www.greenheronspring.com

 


Prueter Library at dusk