Neighborhood Development & Design; LEED AP
Sustainability Consultant; SCSP
Certified Project Manager; CPM
Eileen M. O’Neill is a LEED AP credentialed by the United States Green Building Council, Wash D.C. and a Certified Senior Sustainability Professional, SCSP.
Eileen has specialized in Neighborhood Development
& Design for LEED certification projects.
Eileen has been an active
participant in Neighborhood Development for the past 21 years and has served in
multiple roles consulting Municipal and State conservation steering efforts,
traffic calming initiatives, conservation education, sustainability compliance initiatives in partnership with the League of Women Voters, green sustainability commissions, Land Trusts, private development et.al.
Eileen has served as a leader as a Community organizer, development for online education CE credits in neighborhood sustainability and has served on the membership and marketing committees for the CT Green Building Council and for the United States Green Building Council for new certification category in Social impact.
Eileen began her interest in Neighborhood Development & Design as a community organizer of several grassroots oriented projects in her own neighborhood. Collaborative team initiatives include Local, State and Federal government involvement to preserve and create places
people love to be.
Eileen's vision of
sustainable neighborhood pattern and design includes walkable and bike-able, communities with a keen effort on conservation of natural resources.
Eileen's goal is to consult to create sustainable neighborhood environment's that regenerate themselves while,
minimizing the negative impact of traditional infrastructure on
organizations, communities, dwellings and individuals.