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Steven M. Stelzer currently serves as the Program Director for the Building Code Enforcement Green Building Resource Center. Steve offers green building strategies to plans brought in by the public, develops and maintains green strategy displays and education programs, and coordinates the green building web portal for the City of Houston website.

He previously coordinated Green Building Tours of LEED certified buildings, which are free and open to the public, but stay tuned for further development....

Technical Background

Includes 30 years of diverse architectural firm experience in Houston, with construction administration (CA) as his predominate focus, including such firms as Heights Venture Architects, Courtney Harper+Partners, RWS Architects, Ray Bailey Architects, Kendall/Heaton Associates, and others.


University of Houston - Master of Business Administration, 1989
The Ohio State University - Bachelor of Science in Architecture, cum laude, 1976

Current Professional / Community Interests

American Institute of Architects Board Member
Citizens Environmental Coalition 2015 Board President

Past Professional / Community Interests

Vice-Chair, Recycling and Solid Waste Reduction Board, City of West University Place
Principal Author, Houston Corridor Guide to Sustainable Development
At-Large Board Member, US Green Building Council - Greater Houston Area Chapter
2013 Chair, AIA Gulf Coast Green Symposium

Contact Information:

Steve Stelzer
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Phone Number - 832.394.9050

1002 Washington Ave.
Houston, Texas 77002

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