31 Dec '14, 5pm

His passion and talent will be missed.

His passion and talent will be missed.

While we first became acquainted with Muscoe because of his design work with Susan Maxman, it was through his extensive committee work with the U.S. Green Building Council and the AIA Committee on the Environment that we—and many others in the green building world—really got to know him and benefit from his brilliance as a collaborator. Muscoe and I overlapped on the USGBC National Board from 2003–2006. In addition, he served on the board of the Delaware Valley Green Building Council from 2006–2008; he co-chaired the program committees for the first three Greenbuild conferences; he served on the LEED for New Construction Core Committee from 2004–2006; he chaired the LEED Market Advisory Committee for 4-½ years (2007–2011); he served on the LEED Steering Committee from 2006–2011; and he served for seven years (2003–2010) with my colleague Nadav as a LEED Faculty member. Mus...

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