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We believe the reasons for building green are so compelling, that every multifamily/multi-unit developer should explore the opportunity. Our vision is for a future where every multifamily development analyzes green buidling options, defines sensible green strategies and 75% of all multifamily/multi-unit developments earn a green building certification.
Our mission is to create and deliver the simplest, most cost-effective process possible to get multifamily/multi-unit projects certified.
Ryan J. Moore
COO & Managing Member
LEED for Homes Green Rater, HERS Rater, ENERGY STAR for homes v3 qualified, LEED AP BD&C, Construction Documents Technologist
Ryan has focused on sustainability issues through his work, studies, and volunteer activities since 1987 and brings the breath of his knowledge to bear on a variety of projects including LEED certification and energy audits of existing buildings. He began his career in building on a residential framing crew where he gained an intimate knowledge of the construction process. His other professional experience includes three years' service as a Peace Corps Volunteer in Honduras working in national park management, Partner and Construction Manager for Tropical Butterfly Farm & Gardens, and Director of Education and Training for the International Ecotourism Society.
Ryan is a LEED Accredited Professional, LEED for Homes Green Rater (approved for international projects), HERS Rater, and AIA-certified Construction Documents Technologist. At Green Insight, Ryan leads the strategic direction of the company, coordinates the staff, manages partnerships, and makes sure we are continuously improving at everything we do for our clients. He still loves the field work, so he can sometimes be spotted in the field working on various projects.
Ryan has served as Green Rater and/or HERS Rater on over 75 projects, certifying nearly 3000 dwelling units including the world's first international LEED home (Sailfish Home, Cayman Islands). Ryan currently serves on the Board of Directors of the New Mexico Water Collaborative, which provides resources for the people of New Mexico to facilitate the implementation of water conservation strategies, and to educate our communities about critical water issues.
LEED for Homes Accredited Professional, LEED for Homes Quality Assurance Designee
Stace is responsible for business development, staff management, architectural design, contract administration, and LEED and sustainability consulting. Stace has been involved with many sustainable projects including fast track commercial, retail, office buildings, banks and cutting-edge custom residences. Stace has worked with the National Coalition for Green Home Building Programs, was a core member and founder of the New Mexico Chapter of the USGBC, was a founding member of the US Green Building Council South Florida Palm Beach Branch. In his leadership capacity, Stace has spent countless hours educating professionals and consumers about what it means to be green. he has worked on numerous committees and task forces at local, reginoal, and national levels and presented to professionals across the country on the use of LEED as a guideline for standard practice, among other topics.
Director Quality Assurance
LEED for Homes Quality Assurance Designee, LEED for Homes Green Rater, HERS Rater, ENERGY STAR for Homes v3 qualified
At Green Insight, Cody fulfills the primary LEED for Homes Quality Assurance Designee role, wherein he reviews and certifies 95% of Green Insight's LEED for Homes projects. He also performs Green Rater and HERS Rater services. He manages the New Mexico Sustainable Building Tax credit applications and submissions for all Green Insight clients. Cody also mentors new LEED for Homes Green Raters.
Head Field Technician
HERS Rater, ENERGY STAR for Homes v3 qualified, LEED for Homes Green Rater
NM Operations Manager
HERS Rater, LEED for Homes Green Rater
Director Business Development
Saled & Marketing
Edward O. Paschich, Paschich Design Group
In 1976 I built my first house. It was a “Solar Adobe.” I went on to “Environmentally Responsible,” then to Tire Houses, Straw houses and even a small Daub and Wattle building pursuing Sustainable building.