Tag: Elizabeth Eason Architecture


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 had an opportunity to take that message directly to our representatives and offer a wealth of knowledge from within our… 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 to… 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 »

Governor signs Clean Energy Act

On Wednesday, July 8, Beth traveled to Nashville to support Tennessee Gov. Phil Bredesen as he signed the Tennessee Clean Energy Future Act of 2009. Beth served on the Governor’s Task Force on Clean Energy Policy with others from across the state. Their recommendations, after a year of meetings and research, helped shape the basis… Read more »

Blueberry Ridge

Elizabeth Eason Architecture is working with Knox Housing Partnership on a multi-family housing unit called Blueberry Ridge. The two single-story buildings will house 10 units each, and will serve a mix of low and moderate income elderly citizens. The 4.5-acre site is on Beaver Creek Drive in Knox County. We took advantage of a beautiful… Read more »

Bike to Work Day

May 15 was National Bike to Work Day, and the staff of Elizabeth Eason Architecture participated locally in the Smart Trips Bike to Work Day program. Beth, Andrew, Matthew, Monika and Paul stopped at Cafe 4 in Market Square to have breakfast with other bike commuters. Mayor Bill Haslam was on hand to hand out… Read more »

Habitat for Humanity

The staff of Elizabeth Eason Architecture recently took a field trip to check on the construction of one of our projects. The three houses in the Mechanicsville Commons neighborhood are Habitat for Humanity Homes. April 18 was kick off day for Habitat’s 2009 Blitz Build, during which 6 homes would be built from the ground… Read more »

Gratz home gets LEED Silver certification

A home designed by Elizabeth Eason Architecture was just awarded LEED® for Homes Silver certification by the United States Green Building Council. According to the USGBC, LEED for Homes is a rating system that promotes the design and construction of high-performance green homes. A green home uses less energy, water and natural resources; creates less… Read more »