Stace McGee, LEED Fellow
Cofounder & Principal
A founding partner of Equiterra, Stace manages our Colorado branch office and focuses on market development in Colorado and the Caribbean. He is responsible for all aspects of LEED for Homes Single Family, and Multifamily projects, and works closely with staff to develop projects to their maximum potential.
Since 2000, Stace has been a clear and pervasive voice working to transform the built environment towards a more sustainable future. Stace helped to found the first local chapters of the U.S. Green Building Council in New Mexico and the Palm Beach branch in Florida. As LEED Fellow, he regularly presents at conferences across the United States and the Caribbean, educating participants about the value of sustainable design. He has volunteered on numerous USGBC committees and task forces at local, regional and national levels.
Over the last several years, Stace has focused his passion for building science on understanding mechanical system options and their performance in hot-humid climates, and particularly, on how this relates to maximized human comfort, energy efficiency, and its effect on building envelope. Stace was also instrumental in helping the first international LEED for Homes project in the Cayman Islands, the Sailfish Residence, achieve certification in March of 2012.
In his free time, Stace enjoys cooking gourmet food, playing soccer, backpacking, rafting, snorkeling, and losing to his son at chess.
Bachelor of Arts, Humanities, Florida State University
Master of Architecture, University of New Mexico
LEED for Homes QAD
USGBC Faculty Member