Mark Godfrey Elected Vice Chair USGBC SC Chapter
Thursday, January 26th, 2012
GREENVILLE, SC — The SC Chapter Board of Directors announced that Mark Godfrey has been elected Vice Chair for 2012 and Chair-Elect for 2013.
Mark Godfrey, an Architect and LEED Accredited Professional (AP), has served in various roles with the SC Chapter over the last five years. Under his leadership, the SC Chapter has broadened its influence and cemented its role as a leading voice in sustainability. Godfrey graduated from Clemson with a Masters in Architecture and has been Chair and Vice Chair of the Upstate Branch over the last few years.
Mark has been with McMillan Pazdan Smith for six years. The firm has designed over twenty LEED certified buildings to date including Hubbell Lighting Headquarters and CU-ICAR Collaboration 3 in Greenville, QS/1 Headquarters and Mary Black Foundation Office in Spartanburg, Elon University Field House, and the Glendale Shoals Environmental Studies Center for Wofford, which received LEED Platinum. Mark was directly involved in helping the Verizon Wireless Store in North Myrtle Beach and Regent Bank Offices in Greenville achieve LEED certification.
There are over 120 LEED certified buildings in South Carolina, which ranked fifth in the nation for LEED building space per capita in 2010. Mark is one of the 1,100+ LEED APs in the state.
“I’ve watched in awe as the green building movement has grown in South Carolina — as people from widely different backgrounds and industries have united under a common commitment to building a healthier, more sustainable state and world,” said Godfrey.
“I’m humbled to be a part of this movement and I am honored to continue serving the USGBC SC Chapter and its members. We have a great future to look forward to in South Carolina,” Godfrey added.