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Clanton & Associates

Member since 1999

4699 Nautilus Court S.,
Boulder, CO 80301

Clanton and Associates, Inc. is an award-winning design firm that specializes in sustainable lighting design. The firm has been committed to environmentally sensitive design for over 32 years. Clanton & Associates employs 11 full time people including two registered engineers, four senior designers. Five design staff members are LEED Accredited Professionals. Founded in 1981, Clanton & Associates has participated in over 3000 design projects of all types and sizes. The firm’s diverse portfolio of work includes: interior and exterior lighting and daylighting design projects, the development of local, and national lighting criteria.

Clanton & Associates provides the highest quality daylighting design services that focus on architectural form, building orientation, massing and façade design to optimize daylight delivery while minimizing glare. Integrating electric light with daylight and architecture combines elegance and aesthetics with low energy use. Through analysis and modeling, Clanton & Associates collaborates with other design team specialists to develop environmentally responsible daylighting, lighting and control systems that are affordable and save energy. Using this collaborative process, Clanton & Associates has been involved in the creation of many award winning and published projects including all types of office, commercial, retail, hospitality, industrial, healthcare, institutional, and residential work. Nine of these projects have been recognized by the American Institute of Architects Committee on the Environment (Earth Day Top Ten Awards) for their creative and appealing use of sustainable design features. Clanton & Associates also works frequently on projects which are LEED registered with the U.S. Green Building Council’s LEED Green Building Rating system. Twenty-three of these projects have been LEED certified, nine are Platinum.

January 15, 1999 - Present