SLAM is pleased to announce that Tanya Cutolo, AIA, LEED AP and Ross Spiegel, FAIA, FCSI, CCS, CCCA, LEED AP have recently been appointed to the following boards:
Ross Spiegel, FAIA, FCSI, CCS, CCCA, LEED AP, a resident of Milford, CT, is a specifications coordinator for SLAM, and has been elected Vice Chair of the Connecticut Green Building Council (CTGBC) Board of Directors, effective January 2019. He will serve a one-year term. Ross has been a member of the CTGBC since 1994 and, during his 25 years of service, Ross has been on the Board for nearly 10 years and recently served as Secretary for two years. He also has been the Chair of the Council’s Advocacy Committee since 2012.
The Connecticut Green Building Council (CTGBC) is a 200-member organization and serves as a chapter of the U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC), which covers the State of Connecticut. CTGBC is committed to transforming the way buildings and communities are designed, built, and operated, enabling an environmentally and socially responsible, healthy, and prosperous Connecticut and improved quality of life for all.
Tanya Cutolo, AIA, LEED AP, a resident of Killingworth, CT, is Business Development Director for SLAM Construction Services, she has been elected to the Board of Directors of the Connecticut Architecture Foundation, an affiliation of the American Institute of Architects, Connecticut Chapter (AIA Connecticut), effective January 2019. Tanya has been a member of AIA Connecticut since 2008 and this is her first term serving on the Board.
AIA Connecticut serves as a resource to architects and the public. The 1,500-member organization is comprised of architects, architectural designers working towards licensure, students, and professionals in allied fields. The Connecticut Architecture Foundation was established in 1978 and is committed to enhancing and promoting the quality of the built environment. The Foundation is guided by a volunteer Board and sponsors scholarships, publications, exhibitions and other activities, which contribute to an awareness of the state’s architectural heritage and the direction of our future development.