COLUMBIA, SC – July 2009 – The Boudreaux Group is pleased to announce that Anna Gray has been recognized as a LEED AP (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design Accredited Professional) by the Green Building Certification Institute (GBCI). LEED Accredited Professionals are experienced industry practitioners who pass a professional exam designed to demonstrate both a knowledge of integrated, sustainable design and a familiarity with LEED requirements, resources, and processes. The accreditation program recognizes expertise in green building; this process helps meet the growing demand for sustainable design in both the public and private sectors.
Anna has been with The Boudreaux Group for five years. As an Interior Designer with the firm, she is currently working on a variety of projects, including the SC Bar Continuing Legal Education Conference Center (Silver LEED certification goal) and a small renovation project at the University of South Carolina’s Koger Center for the Arts; both projects are in Columbia, S.C. She is also working on Inlet Pediatrics’ new facility in Murrells Inlet, S.C. Anna is active with the local chapter of IIDA and currently holds the positions of Facilities Forum Director and Columbia City Center Director. A 2005 cum laude graduate of Winthrop University, Anna holds a bachelor’s degree in Fine Arts with a concentration in Interior Design.
The Boudreaux Group is a full-service architecture, planning and interior design firm located in Columbia, South Carolina, with a dedication to sustainable design. For over 32 years The Boudreaux Group has provided exceptional service and design to numerous educational, civic, corporate and religious clients. The firm is also strongly committed to the environment through the incorporation of LEED and sustainable design principles into its projects and firm philosophy.