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Wright Design, LLC

Wright Design, LLC

4693 Mission Lane
Cincinnati, OH 45223


Service area: 200 miles


It's easy to build green! Wright Design, LLC, is a Full-Service Architecture firm, licensed in Ohio and Indiana focusing on sustainable and accessible living in single + multifamily homes.

Completed LEED Gold, Silver and Certified residential projects.
Sustainable Design and LEED Consulting for the 1st Affordable Senior Apartments in Ohio.

Services: Design + Construction Documentation, Construction Administration, Owner Representation, LIHTC applications
Energy Audit: Residential + Commercial; 179d Tax Deduction Audits + Implementation; DOE/ARRA compliant energy audits for HWAP project funding
Sustainable Design + Consulting: LEED AP Homes Professional since 2007
Universal Design: Member, Nation Aging in Place Council; I have experience applying the American Disability Act + Uniform Federal Accessibility Standards in +1200 new and renovated dwelling units.


I became a LEED AP in 2007 and was one of the first in the country to receive the LEED AP Homes professional credential. My past experience with energy audits of buildings from homes to high-rises has shown clients where to find energy savings by demonstrating across more than 3,500 dwelling units an average return on investment of 11% for energy retrofits.

Past Green Experience:
LEED Consulting and Specification Writing on the First LEED-NC Certified Senior Affordable Housing project in Ohio
I completed Energy Audits + Green Physical Condition Assessments for +3500 affordable housing units in +75 developments. The energy audits were Department of Energy, State of Ohio and ARRA compliant. I worked with various Community Action Agencies and government agencies responsible for overseeing and administering the State of Ohio’s Home Weatherization Assistance Program (HWAP). The Green Physical Condition Assessments were part of The Green Initiative, which focused on HUD's Section 8 portfolio, specifically properties in the Mark to Market (M2M) Program administered by the Office of Affordable Housing Preservation (OAHP).
I was Project Architect and Construction Administrator on +875 Affordable Green Housing Renovations.


I am a registered Architect in Ohio and Indiana. I became a LEED AP in 2007 and was one of the first in the country to receive the LEED AP Homes professional credential.

I learned green building from my Dad. He was a boy during the Depression, served in the Navy during World War II and the Korean War, after his service he became a chemist for GM and taught me many things at home, including wiring, plumbing, carpentry and masonry. He did it all. He was always saving and doing the best with what he had, building things thing the right way so they would last and always thinking of how something could be useful in the future. He was green out of necessity. For example, when my folks added onto their home in the 60's, Dad saved the leftover bricks in the crawl space. He knew he may need them someday and he was right. In the 80's Dad and I reroofed my childhood home and the chimney needed restoration too. Dad went back to crawlspace and pulled out those bricks and we rebuilt the chimney. Those old bricks then became part of a rip-wrap border to help control erosion along the stream in our back yard. This is where my love of building and being green started for me.
My goal at Wright Design for each project is to take design and construction practices to the next level through improving energy efficiency, building with durable materials and providing universal access for all.