Croxton Collaborative Architects
Credited by the U.S. Green Building Council for establishing “the founding principles and practices of Green Architecture in America,” Croxton Collaborative Architects (CCA) is an international innovator in sustainable and human-centered architecture and design. Based in New York and led by Randolph Croxton, a founder of the AIA Committee on the Environment, the firm provides architecture, master planning, facilities planning, interior design, LEED certification administration, strategic sustainability planning and sustainable guidelines development to a broad range of clients.
Completing more than 80 projects across 30 years, CCA’s work ranges in scale from residential and commercial renovations to institutional and commercial new construction, all designed to achieve maximum performance and optimum environmental quality. Its seminal initiatives to date include New York’s Natural Resources Defense Council Headquarters, the National Audubon Society Headquarters, and the development of the 2004 World Trade Center Sustainable Design Guidelines (SDG) for the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey’s redevelopment of the site.
Recognized by three consecutive National AIA COTE Top Ten Green Projects Awards, two USGBC National Leadership Awards, and an AIA National Honor Award for Design Excellence among other accolades, CCA remains committed to design thought leadership that fosters a greener future for our built environment.