ArchiLOGIX, a comprehensive design and development consulting firm that focuses on responsible, sustainable compact development and public safety projects, is now a member of North Bay Leadership Council. Patty Garbarino, Chair of NBLC’s Board and President of Marin Sanitary Service, welcomed ArchiLOGIX, saying “ArchiLOGIX is a model architecture and planning firm whose projects in the North Bay show how ArchiLOGIX values the environment and the community. They are leaders in helping navigate today’s difficult development climate and will contribute greatly to NBLC’s work to have more housing built in the region.”
ArchiLOGIX focuses on three areas of architecture: Health and Wellness; Manufacturing and Infill Development. They provide strategic solutions for revitalizing communities through urban infill. They work with private and public sector clients to revitalize and repurpose existing special re-use districts and projects. Together, they develop and execute a vision that meets their needs and helps bring economic vitality, prosperity and an enhanced quality of life to their community. ArchiLOGIX is a member of the U.S. Green Building Council and has been a donor, managed projects for the Santa Rosa Chapter of Rebuilding Together and is a Platinum member of the local housing advocacy organization, Generation Housing.
The member representative will be Peter Stanley, Principal and LEED BD+ C. Stanley said, “We share NBLC’s commitment to creating more housing in the North Bay and fostering more innovation and prosperity in the region. Their mission and values dovetail well with our firm’s sustainable philosophy and goals for the built environment.” In 2004, Stanley founded ArchiLOGIX and in 2006, teamed with award-winning architect Mitch Conner to provide planning, development consulting and architectural services.
Along with his business interests, Stanley is very involved in community work both locally and abroad. He chaired the City of Santa Rosa’s Bicycle and Pedestrian Advisory Board and was a board member from 2007 until February of 2011 when he was appointed to the Santa Rosa Planning Commission and the Mayor’s Open Government Task Force. He is also the current President and former vice chairman of two international nonprofits respectively, Developing Communities and Clinica Verde, which are dedicated to providing housing, education, economic development and medical services to low-income families, women and children in Nicaragua. He has recently co-founded Verday Health with Susan Lyons, a startup looking to provide healthcare delivery options to underserved rural communities in the US.