Anthony Floyd is a registered architect and Green Building Program Manager for the City of Scottsdale. He previously served as building official for the City of Scottsdale from 1988 -1995. In 1995, he participated in an international study program focusing on sustainability, development, and global ecology in England, India, Philippines, New Zealand, and Mexico. After returning in 1996, he worked to promote sustainable building practices in Scottsdale. As city liaison to a local citizen group, Anthony helped to establish Arizona’s first Green Building Program in 1998.
Anthony is involved in the administration of green building program guidelines including project qualification, education, energy code compliance and evaluation of alternative materials. He maintains the City’s green building rating standards for residential and commercial development and helps to facilitate Scottsdale’s LEED Gold mandate for newly constructed and renovated public facilities.
Anthony served on both the Drafting and Public Hearing Committees for the development of the International Green Construction Code (IGCC) and on the National Green Standard Committee in developing the ICC 700 Residential Green Building Standard. He currently chairs the Site Sustainability working group on the ASHRAE 189.1 Standards committee for the Design of High-Performance Green Buildings and is co-chair of the U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC) Codes Committee.
Anthony teaches building code and sustainable design courses at Arizona State University and Scottsdale Community College. He has a civil engineering and architecture degree from Penn State University and a Master’s degree in public administration from Arizona State University.