Raleigh, NC - Lou Jurkowski, chief executive officer of BJAC, P.A., one of the largest woman-owned design firms in the Southeast, announced the release of a podcast on the use of sustainable design in the architectural and construction industry.
In the podcast, Jurkowski addresses the impact of sustainable design trends on the industry and provides tips on how businesses can become more "green" with the use of common building features.
"Sustainable design trends have created a positive impact in architecture," says Jurkowski. "Individual building features do not make a project green alone, but by choosing the right materials and educating clients on the benefits of sustainable design, architects can reduce long-term costs and help clients to be better citizens."
The podcast is available for download at www.bjac.com/podcasts.html.
BJAC, P.A. is one of the largest woman-owned design firms in the Southeast. Established in 1994 by CEO and managing principal Lou Jurkowski, the firm specializes in healthcare, K-20 education, research and museum projects. BJAC provides a broad range of in-depth services to its clients, including pre-design, programming, design, master planning, construction management, contract administration and design build. With offices in Raleigh and Charlotte, the firm has completed more than 450 projects to date, ranging in size from less than 250 to more than 250,000 square feet. For more information, call BJAC at (919) 833-8818 or visit www.bjac.com.