Category: Office


LEED Gold- How did we do it? Part 5 of 9

Part 5: Green Power “Green electricity products reduce the air pollution impacts of electricity generation by relying on renewable energy sources such as solar, water, wind, biomass and geothermal sources. Although green electricity is not entirely benign, it significantly lessens the negative environmental impacts of power generation. Using renewable energy generated either on-site or off-site… Read more »

LEED Gold- How did we do it? Part 4 of 9

Part 4: Energy Performance and Commissioning “The process of extracting and consuming energy from fossil fuels causes many environmental impacts, including air and water pollution, land degradation, solid waste generation, and greenhouse gas emissions. Data from the US Energy Information Administration show that buildings are responsible for almost half (48%) of all energy consumed and… Read more »

Open House for ETCDC tour

In June, we opened our office for the East TN Community Design Center 500 block tour of lofts and businesses. The annual event is a fundraiser for the Design Center and always lots of fun. Both the second and third floor spaces, designed by Elizabeth Eason Architecture, were open for the evening. The office of CRJA… Read more »

Advocacy in Washington, DC

Green, energy efficient, and water efficient buildings represent a large economic and environmental opportunity for Tennessee and our nation. This fall, as a member of US Green Building Council’s East TN Chapter Advocacy Committee, Beth took that message directly to our representatives. In September, she joined other members of Tennessee USGBC and USGBC Chapters from… Read more »

Electric Vehicle show

The staff of Elizabeth Eason Architecture took advantage of a beautiful fall day to walk over to the East Tennessee Electric Vehicle Show in Market Square. The event was sponsored by the East Tennessee Clean Fuels Coalition , Knoxville Electric Vehicle Association, and the City of Knoxville. The show featured the latest in Electric Vehicle… Read more »

Congratulations!

Elizabeth Eason Architecture’s newest staff member, Matthew Kellogg, recently earned his LEED Green Associate credential.   The LEED Green Associate is the first step in the U.S. Green Building Council and Green Building Certification Institute’s new, multi-faceted credentialing system that ensures that LEED professionals have the latest knowledge and understanding of green building practices. According… Read more »

Greeting from Gay Street!

Elizabeth Eason Architecture has moved into our new office. Please note the change of address: 524 S. Gay St., Suite 301, Knoxville, TN 37902  

Office closed for moving

The office of Elizabeth Eason Architecture will be closed Thursday, August 27 through Monday, August 31 as we move into our new office. Beginning September 1, our new address will be 524 S. Gay St., Suite 301, Knoxville, TN 37902. Phone – (865) 525-9066 – and fax – (865) 525-2277 – will remain the same.… Read more »

EEA’s new office

Elizabeth Eason Architecture is moving to a new location on Gay Street. The new office will be in the third floor of 524 S. Gay Street. Project developer, John Craig, of 500 Block LLC, has worked closely with our designers to make sure that the new office achieves LEED certification. The new office will feature… Read more »

“Re-greening” topic of Preservation Network meeting

Elizabeth Eason will be discussing “Re-greening Your Home” at the monthly Preservation Network meeting. The focus will be on sustainable renovations for historic homes, including appliances, building materials and more. The workshop takes place at 10 am Saturday, March 14 at Time Warp Tea Room, 1209 N. Central St. in Knoxville. Preservation Network is a… Read more »