Alfred Vick | U.S. Green Building Council
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Alfred Vick

  • AP-BDC Certified
  • AP-Homes Certified
  • LEED Fellow

Alfred Vick is the Georgia Power Professor in Environmental Ethics at the
University of Georgia. He is a licensed landscape architect and a LEED

His work focuses on preserving and enhancing the functioning of natural
systems while effectively and attractively integrating human use. At the
University of Georgia’s College of Environment & Design he teaches
landscape ecology and sustainable design and collaborates with other
researchers in the the Sustainability and Landscape Performance Lab. His
academic research focuses on green infrastructure and sustainable site
design, native plant communities, and American Indian ethnobotany. He has
published and presented extensively on these topics.

He continues to practice professionally as a principal at Solidago Design
Solutions and his work has included several LEED-certified buildings,
including the LEED Platinum headquarters of the Southface Energy Institute in
Atlanta, Georgia.

Alfred is past-Chair of the Sustainable Sites Technical Advisory Group for
the US Green Building Council, Founding Chair of the Athens Branch of the US
Green Building Council and is on the Board of Directors of the Athens Land