About Us

With offices in Canada and the United States, we are able to offer North America-wide services, as well as having affiliates offering complimentary services within Europe.  

Sara Loveland

Sara is a green building advocate, personally committed to finding ways for stakeholders to realize positive economic benefits through environmentally conscious business practices.  She has spent the last several years building environmental companies in the Washington DC area and has experience in real estate development and asset management, marketing, and adult education.  Sara is proud to be a
member of the Board of Directors of the Sustainable Business Network of Washington, the Board of Directors of DC Greenworks, the Editorial Advisory Board of the Living Architecture Monitor, an adjunct faculty member at American University, and a frequent lecturer and trainer for Green Roofs for Healthy Cities.  She holds a Bachelor of Science in Marketing from Arizona State University and a Master of Business Administration in Environmental Policy & Management from The George Washington University. You can check out her enthusiasm for green jobs and building the green economy via YouTube and coverage in several other major media outlets. Sara resides in the charming Capitol Hill neighborhood of Washington DC.  In her free time she enjoys renovating historic row homes, hosting animated dinner parties, and cruising the Anacostia River trails with Coltrane, the smartest dog in the world.

Ashleigh Uiska

Ashleigh is a designer, builder, researcher and educator. She is an advocate of green infrastructure practices through the application of building science and industrial ecology.  She has provided consultation services to a variety of businesses in the architectural, engineering and construction sectors, along with non-profit and educational organisations, to assist them with implementing various sustainable design and construction techniques. Ashleigh’s projects include unique initiatives such as the design and implementation of a permaculture ‘urban farm’ in Bristol, the construction a strawbale studio for an organic farming family in Lyndoch, Ontario and developing a living wall research platform at Fleming College’s School of Environment and Natural Resource Science. Ashleigh holds a Master of Science Architecture degree from the University of East London with the Centre for Alternative Technology and an Associate Degree in Environmental Design from the Ontario College of Art and Design. She is a LEED Accredited Professional and a Green Roof Professional. Ashleigh is a member of the Scottish Green Infrastructure Forum, the Toronto Chapter of the Canada Green Building Council, the Ontario Straw Bale Building Coalition and Green Roofs for Healthy Cities. She has recently partnered with non-profit Can Ya Love to deliver open-source green walls in the UK. Ashleigh has illustrated a number of building science resource pages for the Whole Building Design Guide, co-authored the Green Infrastructure Foundation’s course Green Infrastructure: Projects, Performance and Policies in 2009, and is currently co-editor of the Journal of Sustainable Architecture. Ashleigh currently resides in Bristol, United Kingdom, with her partner and three kids, though the excitement of Ontario calls her home for the better-part of the summers.