ANTHONY C. FLOYD
The City of Scottsdale
African American AIA Fellow
SAY IT LOUD - Washington DC Exhibitor
Arizona Based Designer
He maintains Scottsdale’s regionally based green building and energy rating criteria for residential and commercial projects and serves as a liaison to the Public Works division in facilitating Scottsdale’s LEED Gold mandate for newly constructed and renovated city facilities.
ANTHONY C. FLOYD
Anthony Floyd is a licensed architect and Senior Green Building and Energy Code Consultant for the City of Scottsdale. Floyd has a civil engineering and architecture degree from Penn State University and a master's degree in public administration from Arizona State University. He previously served as building official for the City of Scottsdale from 1988 -1995. After participating in an International Study Program on global sustainability, Anthony returned to Scottsdale to become the founding program manager for the Scottsdale Green Building Program in 1998. He maintains Scottsdale’s regionally based green building and energy rating criteria for residential and commercial projects and serves as a liaison to the Public Works division in facilitating Scottsdale’s LEED Gold mandate for newly constructed and renovated city facilities. The great architect served on both the Drafting and Public Hearing Committees for the development of the International Green Construction Code (IGCC) and on the National Green Standard 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 and is co-chair of the U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC) Codes Committee. Anthony is a faculty associate at ASU and adjunct instructor at Scottsdale Community College where he teaches building code and green building classes.
Object Four - Public service, government, industry, or organization
Year of Elevation:
Featured Project Name:
The Clayton (now known as TomScot Apartments)
Featured Project Location:
Featured Project Completion Date:
Role in Featured Project:
Senior Energy/Green Building Consultant
Featured Project Description:
The TOMSCOT is a two-building, luxury apartment community located just south of the City of Scottsdale’s upscale shopping and entertainment district. The Weitz Company also built a separate maintenance and storage building on the property. The project meets International Green Construction Code requirements as modified for the city’s Green Building Program.