Anthony Floyd is a licensed architect and Fellow of the American Institute of Architects (AIA). He serves as the Senior Green Building/Energy Code Consultant for the City of Scottsdale and is a former Scottsdale building official (1988-1995).
Anthony’s responsibilities in Scottsdale include education/outreach, energy performance evaluations and assessment of alternative building systems for building code compliance. He maintains Scottsdale’s regionally based green building program criteria, oversees implementation of the city adopted International Green Construction Code (IgCC) and works with the Public Works division in facilitating Scottsdale’s LEED Gold mandate for newly constructed and renovated city facilities.
Anthony teaches building and green/energy code classes at ASU and Scottsdale Community College. He is a certified ICC instructor and co-author/editor of "Design with the Desert: Conservation and Sustainable Development" and “Green Building: A Professional’s Guide to Concepts, Codes, and Innovation.”
Anthony served on the Code Development Committees for the International Green Construction Code (IGCC) and on the National Green Building Standard Consensus Committee in developing the ICC 700 National Green Building Standard. He currently chairs the Site Sustainability working group on the ASHRAE 189.1 Standards committee for the Design of High-Performance Green Buildings.
Anthony has a civil engineering and architecture degree from Penn State University and a Master’s degree in public administration from Arizona State University.