Adrian D’Arcy, a partner with Shields Mott, has been appointed to serve as special counsel on the executive committee of the Board of Directors for the U.S. Green Building Council – Louisiana Chapter.
USGBC Louisiana is committed to making Louisiana a greener, healthier place to live, work, and learn. Their mission is to transform the way buildings and communities are designed, built and operated, enabling an environmentally and socially responsible, healthy and prosperous Louisiana. They do this through education, advocacy, research, and service.
Adrian is a LEED Green Associate who and has presented numerous lectures on green building to the construction industry, has lectured on green building at Loyola University School of Law, and has written numerous blogs on green building:
- Houston, We Have a Problem: Could Legal Codes, Land Use Regulations, and Zoning Requirements Blunted Harvey’s Devastation?
- “50% by 2030” – New Orleans’ Climate Action Strategy – What Could it Mean For The Local Construction Industry?
- AIA’s Latest Green Building Document: E204-2017 – Sustainable Projects Exhibit
- LEED v4 is here – So what does this mean?
- Project Owners and the AIA’s Sustainable Project Contract Documents
In unison with litigating construction and surety law, Adrian advises clients on legal issues related to sustainable construction.