Croxton Collaborative Architects
Croxton Collaborative Architects is a full-service design firm providing the following services to a broad range of clients: Architecture, Master Planning, Facilities Planning, Interior Design, LEED Certification Administration, Strategic Sustainability Planning and Sustainable Guidelines Development.
The firm is recognized as an international innovator in the development of environmental/ sustainable and human-centered architecture and design methodologies. Winner of three consecutive National AIA COTE ‘Top Ten Green Projects’ Awards and the first LEED Gold in the State of Florida as well as the first LEED Gold Academic Building in New York State. The firm also received the National Leadership Award of the U.S. Green Building Council in 2005 and 2008 for ‘having established the founding principles and practices of Green Architecture in America’ and for Mr. Croxton’s role in the founding of the AIA Committee on the Environment.
With over 30 years of operation, Croxton Collaborative Architects has completed more than 80 projects, ranging in scale from residential and commercial renovations to institutional and commercial new construction. All of the firm’s projects are designed to achieve the maximum performance and optimum environmental quality.