Browning Bill

Bill BrowningBill Browning
Principal
Browning + Bannon, LLC


In 2005, Bill Browning cofounded Browning + Bannon LLC, and in 2006 he became a principal in Browning Partners LLC which provides strategic thinking for environmentally-responsive real estate projects, building products, and economic/physical infrastructure.

His clients include Wal-Mart's Eco-mart, Yellowstone National Park, Lucasfilm's Letterman Digital Arts Center, One Bryant Park, the White House, and the Sydney 2000 Olympic Village. He coauthored Green Development: Integrating Ecology and Real Estate, Green Developments (CD-ROM), A Primer on Sustainable Building, and Greening the Building and the Bottom Line. Browning was named one of five people "Making a Difference" by Buildings magazine, and is an Honorary member of the AIA. He was a founding member of the US Green Building Council's Board of Directors. In 1991, Browning founded Rocky Mountain Institute's Green Development Services, which was awarded the 1999 President's Council for Sustainable Development/Renew America Prize.

Browning received a bachelor's degree in environmental design from the University of Colorado, and a M.S. in real estate development from MIT.


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