Carl Seville is a green builder, educator, and consultant on sustainability to the residential construction industry. He founded and served as Vice President of SawHorse, Inc; an Atlanta design/build firm for 25 years. While at SawHorse, he served as the chairman of the committee that developed the Earthcraft House Renovation program and supervised the pilot homes for that program. He is the recipient of numerous industry awards including the 2005 and 2007 Green Remodeling Advocate of the Year, the 2004 and 2006 National Green Building Awards for Residential Remodeling, five Excellence in Design Awards from Environmental Design and Construction magazine, the Southface Energy Institute Award of Excellence for Environmental Stewardship, and the 2006 EarthCraft House Leadership award.Carl is an NAHB Certified Trainer, a HERS rater, a LEED AP Homes and Green Rater. His firm consults on and certifies multifamily and single family homes under the NGBS, EarthCraft, ENERGY STAR, and LEED for Homes programs.,He has served on the boards of directors of the Greater Atlanta Homebuilders Association and the Atlanta chapter of NARI, He co authored the first college textbook on residential green building and the LEED for Homes Version 4 Reference Guide. He writes for Builder, Multifamily Executive, and Remodeling Magazines and blogs for Greenbuildingadvisor.com as the Green Curmudgeon. He teaches and gives keynote speeches nationally for industry and consumer events.