VIA welcomes Terwilliger as architect
MIDDLEBURY — Vermont Integrated Architecture, P.C. (VIA) announces that Jean Terwilliger AIA, NCARB, LEED AP H has joined the firm as a project architect.
Terwilliger specializes in the design of sustainable buildings, including additions and renovations, using collaborative design methods and cost-effective green building technologies. Her recent projects include the renovation and restoration of the Trackside Depot in Middlebury, the first LEED Gold rated home in Rutland County, several Energy Star-rated homes, and a wide range of smaller projects throughout central Vermont.
A graduate of Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Jean is licensed in Vermont and New Hampshire, NCARB certified, has over 20 years of experience and extensive training in sustainable design. She worked for firms in Connecticut, New Hampshire and Vermont and spent several years raising two children before starting her own firm in Cornwall in 2003. She is a member of the Cornwall Planning Commission, donated design services for several Addison County Habitat for Humanity Energy Star-rated houses, and guided the construction of the new home of the Champlain Valley Unitarian Universalist Society as co-chair of the building committee from 2003-2009.
Terwilliger has been collaborating with VIA part-time since the fall of 2013. Her VIA projects include specification writing and detailing for a 46,000-square-foot state office building in St. Albans, overseeing energy efficiency upgrades to the Ilsley Public Library, and a variety of local residential projects.
VIA was established in 2011 by Andrea Murray AIA, NCARB, LEED AP and Ashar Nelson AIA, LEED AP. For more information, visit VIA in the Marble Works in Middlebury or online at www.vermontintegratedarchitecture.com.
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