David Griffin

Growing up in Arkansas, David took advantage of the great outdoors with frequent camping trips. As an eagle scout, he learned the joy of personal development and serving others. In adulthood, David applies his lessons to the built environment as he strives to “save the world, one building at a time.” His professional focus has been on Zero Net Energy (ZNE) design and operations. He has worked at several engineering and architecture firms. In December 2011, David obtained his master’s degree in Architecture in addition to a master’s degree in the Built Environment (MSBE) from Arizona State University.

David has been a Green Globes Assessor since 2017 and leverages his education, lessons learned, and passion for sustainable design to assist teams with projects across the United States. He enjoys being engaged in the creative process of minimizing a project’s impact on the environment while beautifying the landscape. “Buildings marry art and science to enhance the human experience,” David says. “I feel well positioned with Green Globes to help teams accomplish these goals in the most sustainable way possible.”