Urban Eco In the News

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“White House Round Table Comes to the Eco Office” (Southface Journal of Sustainable Building Magazine – Spring 2012)

  • ‎Urban Eco Group CEO Dave Radlmann talks about Atlanta green Building Council’s strive to take a local leadership role in building a more sustainable build environment. (See page 3)

“New Chairman Elected to Atlanta Green Building Council” By Kali Mallard (Atlanta Home Improvement Magazine – January 2012)

  • ‎Urban Eco Group CEO Dave Radlmann’s new election as Chairman of the Atlanta Green Building Council is discussed in detail. (See page 13)

“Radlmann builds more than buildings” By Tonya Layman (Atlanta Business Chronicle – Dec 9, 2011)

  • ‎Urban Eco Group CEO Dave Radlmann is profiled in the Atlanta Business Chronicle, discussing his new role as Chairman of the Atlanta Green Building Council, and his work with green construction and development.

“Many parts of old homes can be reused” By Doug Deloach (Atlanta Business Chronicle – Oct 28, 2011)

  • Urban Eco Group residential arm Heirloom Design Build’s recent Candler Park Victorian home renovations are featured in this article about the recycling trend in Atlanta’s home building industry. CEO Dave Radlmann discusses the goals, challenges, and techniques of home recycling.

“The Straight Story: Green Remodeling” By Michael Anschel (Remodel Atlanta – Spring/Summer 2011)

  • Urban Eco Group CEO David Radlmann helps set the story straight on the benefits of green remodeling. (See page 14)

“Not Just for Green Building Anymore! Welcome to the 2011 Georgia Energy Code” By David F. Radlmann (Atlanta Home Building News – Spring 2011)

  • Urban Eco Group CEO David Radlmann discusses the new Georgia Energy Codes. (See page 18)

The Weather Channel

  • Urban Eco Group CEO Dave Radlmann explains how he created a unique new program that awards LEED innovation points through the repurposing of onsite construction waste into permanent art for the community.

HGTV’s Curb Appeal: The Block (Episode 207)

  • The Block episode where Urban Eco Group led the construction as the sole general contractor and implemented designs created by host John Gidding near Turner Field in Atlanta.

“Building, Leasing, and Living Green in the City” by Molly Dickinson (KNOWAtlanta)

  • Read an article in KNOWAtlanta magazine which includes an interview with Urban Eco Group’s CEO Dave Radlmann

Sculpting his way to LEED credits” by Tristan Roberts (BuildingGreen – November 2008)

  • Read the BuildingGreen.com article which discusses Urban Eco Group’s CEO Dave Radlmann’s work with Dwayne Bass in obtaining LEED credits through art.

Aquaponics

  • Read about Urban Eco Group CEO Dave Radlmann’s work with Sustainable Design Group on aquaponics

“Committed to Green Building Action and Awareness”

  • Read about Urban Eco Group CEO Dave Radlmann’s participation in the launching of the new Atlanta Green Building Council at SouthEastGreen.com.

Long Engineering, Inc.

  • See the Long Engineering’s website (the civil engineer for the Glenwood Park project) to view several of Urban Eco Group CEO Dave Radlmann’s professional photographs he took during his 5 year construction management job at Glenwood Park.

“Not on the Resume: Dwayne Bass” (Atlanta Journal Constitution – August 2008)

  • The Atlanta Journal Constitution discusses Urban Eco Group CEO Dave Radlmann and local artist Dwayne Bass’ venture to use recycled construction materials in sculptures as a way to earn a point towards LEED certification.

“Sculptor Transforms Trash into Eco-Friendly Art” by Moni Basu (Atlanta Journal Constitution – October 2008)

  • The Atlanta Journal Constitution discusses Urban Eco Group CEO Dave Radlmann and local artist Dwayne Bass’ venture to use recycled construction materials in sculptures as a way to earn a point towards LEED certification.

“Combining Sustainability and Frugality: Urban Eco Construction” (US Developers Journal – Spring 2010)

  • Urban Eco Group’s unique approach to sustainability in a struggling economy is discussed in this US Developers Journal article. (pg. 14)


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