GSI Partner member Andropogon Associates, Ltd announced that two of their landscape architects are part of inaugural group to earn Sustainable SITES professional credentials.
The Sustainable SITES Initiative is the first program to offer both a comprehensive rating system and professional credential standards for sustainable land development and management. The goals of SITES are “to create regenerative systems and foster resiliency; ensure future source supply and mitigate climate change; transform the market through design, development, and maintenance practices; and enhance human wellbeing and strengthen the community.”
Andropogon proudly announced that Emily McCoy, Associate Principal & Director of Integrative Research, and Jason Curtis, Associate, are part of the first group to become SITES Accredited Professionals (SITES AP). This credential “places them among a progressive group of design professionals who are dedicated to elevating the value of landscapes in the built environment.
Congratulations to Emily, Jason, and Andropogon Associates, Ltd. We hope to see other members and industry professionals achieve the SITES accreditation. Click here to learn more about SITES and the SITES AP credentialing process.