ID Studio Interiors' Kim Jackson Named USGBC-SC Vice Chair

GREENVILLE, SC – Kim Jackson, principal of ID Studio Interiors of Greenville, has been named Vice Chair of the Upstate Branch Steering Committee for the South Carolina chapter of the U.S. Green Building Council, an organization dedicated to sustainable building design and construction with representatives from numerous educational, governmental and private industries.

A licensed interior designer, Jackson holds LEED AP ID+C accreditation for Interior Design and Construction from the Green Building Certification Institute. She been involved with several certified LEED projects and has taught continuing education courses on sustainability at Greenville Technical College.

Established in 2002, ID Studio Interiors has a diverse portfolio of residential and commercial projects including Coldwell Banker Caine’s downtown Greenville and Mauldin locations, River Falls Spa and the 2012 Southern Living Showcase Home by Dillard-Jones Builders. Principals Amy Emery and Kim Jackson are NCIDQ certified designers with additional LEED accreditation for sustainable design. The firm is located at 211 East Washington Street in Greenville. For more information, visit

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