James Marlow with Southface Institute on Radio

Southface Institute Sets Standard for Sustainable Construction

James Marlow, the new President of  Southface Institute joins the Atlanta Real Estate Forum Radio podcast to talk about Southface, the importance of the EarthCraft program, sustainable development and upcoming 2022 news. Marlow joins host Carol Morgan on the All About Real Estate segment. A Georgia native, Marlow grew up in the little town of Lincolnton, settled between Athens and Augusta.[...]


EarthCraft Provides Training on Eco-Friendly Homes

Real estate agents, brokers, builders and more know the value of sustainability in real estate. On today’s All About Real Estate episode, Amelia Godfrey, Program Manager for the EarthCraft program at SouthFace enlightens listeners on the benefits of building a greener home and explains how the program is helping to improve housing through education and innovation. Godfrey began her career with[...]

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Atlanta Real Estate Forum Radio: SawHorse

Today’s All About Real Estate guest on Atlanta Real Estate Forum Radio is Matt Hoots, the president and owner of SawHorse, a residential design-build company in Atlanta. As one of the premier design-build firms in Atlanta with roots dating back to the 1970s, SawHorse is a cutting-edge company that was one of the first construction firms in the city to[...]

EarthCraft Celebrated Outstanding Award Winners in 2013

Developed in 1999 by the Greater Atlanta Home Builder’s Assocation and Southface, EarthCraft has become the Southeast’s standard for building green, energy-efficient homes, buildings and communities. Known for pairing building science with regional know-how, the program promotes energy-efficient, comfortable and durable new construction and renovation projects throughout the Southeastern United States. The EarthCraft Awards are a vital part of the program,[...]

Founder of Southface, Dennis Creech, Wins the 2013 Hanley Award

The 2013 Hanley Award for Vision and Leadership in Sustainable Housing was awarded to an Atlanta visionary, an unordinary environmentalist and a catalyst for change. Dennis Creech, the founder of Southface, won this year’s Hanley Award and the $50,000 prize for being a new breed of green champion. With nearly four decades in the sustainability movement under his belt, Creech has[...]