HARRISBURG, PA — A. Stevens Krug, a West Chester architect well-known for his work in sustainable design, has been elected Chair of the Climate Change Advisory Committee of the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection. Krug, who has served on the Committee since 2011, was elected by the sixteen members who include institutional, commercial, civic and advocacy appointees.
“I am excited to promote energy efficiency state-wide,” said Krug, “and I’m eager to move our advisory agenda forward. With the resources promised by Acting Secretary Quigley on behalf of Governor Wolf, we will advance our initiatives in high performance buildings, energy codes and financing, transportation, urban forestry and a host of issues that save money, create green jobs, and reduce carbon emissions in Pennsylvania.”
Krug is a LEED-accredited professional whose experience in sustainable design extends to award-winning public sector projects, education buildings and large commercial / residential facilities.
“As an architect,” said Krug, “I’m always looking for a smart solution that balances the needs of my client with the needs of the community. The big picture and best practices influence my work.”