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Voiland College of Engineering and Architecture SDC Newsletter – Spring 2013

Timothy BuckleyIn December Timothy Buckley received the Jennie Sue Brown Award, the highest honor awarded by the American Institute of Architects Washington Council (AIA|WA). He was honored for leadership and distinguished service to the council.

A Washington State University graduate, Buckley is the principal and founder of Greenstone Architecture, PLLC, in Vancouver, Wash.

He is an AIA|WA board member and past president of the council and the Vancouver chapter. He was chair of the council’s political action committee for multiple terms and testified before the state legislature as a knowledgeable representative of architects.

An early advocate for sustainable development practices, Buckley had a hand in establishing two state laws: High Performance Public Buildings and Efficiency First. He is a LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) accredited professional with building design and construction specialty endorsement. He has been a guest presenter at universities on architectural process and sustainable design and has moderated several sustainability forums.

Buckley is a National Council of Architectural Registration Boards certified architect licensed in Washington and Oregon. He was a recent juror for the 2012 AIA Illinois Architecture Honor Awards, which recognize the best in architecture, planning, design and service.

He is the immediate past president of the Rotary Club of Vancouver, a past Southwest Washington Red Cross Board member and a past chair of the City of Vancouver Design Review Committee.

AIA Washington Council is a professional society comprised of registered architects in the state of Washington. The council is a branch of the AIA, serving members by influencing state government with regard to issues that impact the practice of architecture.