Energy efficiency group honors Pennsylvania architect
Philadelphia, PA (March 2018) – A. Stevens Krug, AIA, PE, LEEDap, a West Chester architect well-known for his work in sustainable design, has been named a Fellow of the Association of Energy Engineers (AEE). Recognized for “having made significant contributions to the energy management and alternative energy industry,” Krug was one of ten professionals worldwide honored with fellowship at the World Energy Engineering Congress in Atlanta.
“I am delighted to join this distinguished group,” said Krug, “and grateful that the AEE recognizes my efforts to advance programs supporting healthy, vibrant, high performance buildings, sustainable design, and other issues that affect our future. Important issues include distributed energy systems, building energy codes, and financing energy efficiency projects.”
A winner of the President’s Award from the Pennsylvania Chapter of the American Institute of Architects, Krug chairs the Climate Change Advisory Committee, an appointed group of business leaders that advises the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection on energy-efficiency initiatives. During Krug’s tenure, the DEP has published the Climate Change Action Plan and the Pennsylvania Climate Impacts Assessment Update. He has also served as President of AIA Pennsylvania and manages a West Chester design practice.
Krug earned a Bachelor of Architecture from Syracuse University and graduate studies in Architectural Engineering from Penn State. He is a resident of West Chester, Pennsylvania.
The Association of Energy Engineers, founded in 1977, is a nonprofit professional society of over 18,000 members in more than 100 countries. The mission of AEE is to promote the scientific and educational interests of those engaged in the energy industry and to foster action for sustainable development.
About Krug Architects
Stevens Krug of Krug Architects is a LEED-accredited professional whose experience in sustainable design extends to award-winning public sector projects, education buildings and large commercial / residential facilities. Current and recent clients include Penn State University, West Chester University, and municipalities in Bucks, Chester and Montgomery Counties. A former President of the PA Chapter of the American Institute of Architects, Krug chairs the Climate Change Advisory Committee of the PA Department of Environmental Protection, appointed by the Governor.