Cx Associates hires Architect Eric Morrow

Feb 27, 2024 9:00:00 AM

Cx Associates is thrilled to announce the newest addition to our team, Eric Morrow, a seasoned architect with over 20 years of experience in both commercial and residential projects. With a strong emphasis on high-performance design and energy reduction practices, Eric brings a wealth of expertise to our building enclosure division.

EM Headshot SquareEric comes to Cx Associates after having spent the past five years running his own architectural firm, completing a wide range of projects including Passive House residences, commercial fit-ups, and renovations of various scales, showcasing his commitment to sustainable design practices.

Beyond his professional endeavors, Eric's impact extends to the community through his role as the co-founder and chair of the Burlington 2030 District. This initiative, in partnership with Cx Associates, aims to reduce emissions by 50% from the built environment by 2030. To date, the district has made substantial progress, with 10 million square feet committed and measurable reductions in site energy. Eric is also an instructor at the Yestermorrow Design/Build School, where he's taught design, SketchUp and Revit since 2009.

As Eric joins our team, we look forward to leveraging his expertise in building enclosure detailing, LEED certification, and Passive House design to enhance our projects. His passion for sustainable architecture aligns with our values, and we are excited to collaborate on projects that push the boundaries of environmental responsibility.

About Cx Associates

Cx Associates is a dispersed team based in Burlington, Vermont and serving clients throughout New England. Since 1994, Cx Associates has provided commissioning, measurement and verification, energy analysis, energy efficiency consulting, and other related services for over 50 million square feet of new and existing facilities. These services improve efficiency, lower costs, and provide valuable data for commercial building owners, architects, efficiency program administrators, and state regulators.