Tom Brown, Architect

317 6th Ave.
Stevens Point
WI 54481

Tom Brown, Architect

Green BuildingEnergy Conservation


No votes yet

Architect, Tom Brown, specializes in environmentally-responsible design, emphasizing the use of passive solar sustainable design, advanced construction techniques, and the adaptive re-use and restoration of historic structures. His projects include high-performance residences, along with light commercial and institutional buildings. He designed the Mead Education & Visitor Center, which incorporates five different renewable energy systems: wind, solar photovoltaic, solar hot water, ground-source geothermal and wood biomass. This building also won the 2006 Wisconsin Governor’s Award for Excellence in Sustainable Design & Construction, the 2006 Wisconsin Sustainability & Energy Efficiency Award, the 2006 National Association of Conservation Engineers’ Award of Honor, and the 2005 Wisconsin Governor’s Service Award.

Tom Brown holds national certification by the National Council of Architectural Registration Boards and from the U.S. Green Building Council as a Leadership in Energy & Environmental Design (LEED)-Accredited Professional. Brown is a founding member of the Energy & Environmental Building Association and the Wisconsin Green Building Alliance, as well as a member of the Midwest Renewable Energy Association (MREA).

317 6th Ave.; Stevens Point, WI 54481
Owner and Contact: Tom Brown
Phone: (715) 341-7741


Javascript is required to view this map.



Compare related sites, explore the related maps, find out about volunteering, how to get here and more. Soon, you will find ways to share this map here, too.

Getting Here


Every site using the same primary Icon on Open Green Map is automatically linked here. You can compare different approaches and solutions on this map and others around the world.
Related Sites Worldwide
Choose a connections category from the list on the left.


Registered users can post photos, videos, and documents here.


No impacts have been left for this site yet - be the first!

Donate to GreenMaps