Sustainability

Teresa Cox

2015 SEGD Distinguished Member, Teresa Cox was a board member of SEGD from 2010 - 2012.

Responsible for US sales of interior and exterior sign systems, directories, displays and related products at APCO Graphics (previously APCO Sign Systems). Teresa has been with APCO Graphics since 1982 and in her role as President, she leads a team of 21 salespeople, located throughout the US.

Teresa Cox studied at the University of California, Santa Cruz.

Teresa Cox, APCO Signs
APCO Sign Systems
Atlanta, GA

U.S. Green Building Council Headquarters

LEED and Then Some

The USGBC finds its voice in a new space that tells the story of its trajectory from ideals to international influence.

In April 2009, the U.S. Green Building Council launched LEED Version 3, its next-generation environmental rating system for buildings. The strength of the new system, says USGBC, is its leveraging of new building technologies and its “consensus-based, transparent, ongoing development cycle.”

Harry Spetnagel

2009 SEGD Green Committee Distinguished Member Award honoree. Harry Spetnagel is an Associate Design Director in Gensler’s Denver office. He joined Gensler in 2006 with more than 15 years experience in sign design and fabrication.

Harry Spetnagel
Gensler
Denver, CO

John Souter

2009 SEGD Green Committee Distinguished Member Award honoree

John Souter, PhD, is Director of Operations for Accent Signage Systems, a high-tech wholesale fabricator of interior ADA signage. John joined Accent in 2005 after almost 20 years with 3M, where he was responsible for research and development in color science and digital imaging, working in Europe, Asia, and the United States.

John Souter
Minneapolis, MN

Dave Miller

2009 SEGD Green Committee Distinguished Member Award honoree

Dave is responsible for the vision and strategy that supports Novas organizational performance. In addition to developing the strategic path to best support Design & Fabrication, Dave Manages Global Business Operations with offices in North America, Europe, The Middle East & Australia.

Dave Miller
Nova Polymers
Grand Rapids, MI

Craig Johnson

2009 SEGD Green Committee Distinguished Member Award honoree

Craig Johnson has provided the creative design and direction for more than 40 award winning interactive multimedia programs, videos and films.

Craig Johnson
Interpret Green
Philadelphia, PA

Naomi Pearson

2009 SEGD Green Committee Distinguished Member Award honoree.  Naomi Pearson is a designer, illustrator, and sustainability consultant who focuses on developing sustainable strategies that inform the design process. 

Naomi Pearson
Gensler
Brooklyn, NY

Tom Horton

2009 SEGD Green Committee, Distinguished Member Award honoree

Thomas Horton, Senior Associate at Gensler, serves as the firm’s environmental graphic design director in the San Francisco Brand Design Studio.

Tom Horton
Gensler
San Francisco, CA

Tampa Downtown Wayfinding

Lighting the Way

Tampa’s new wayfinding system shows off the city’s assets and gives it a bright new identity.

Tampa’s second-generation wayfinding system needed to connect the city’s 300,000 annual visitors to major destinations, point the way to downtown parking garages, and provide a new pedestrian wayfinding component.

Almost as important, it needed to provide the city with a fresh new identity—minus the clichéd palm tree and beach graphics many people associate with Florida.

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