Associate Principal

Ed Gulick brings extensive green building experience to High Plains Architects, having worked with some of the foremost green building professionals in the country. Prior to returning to his hometown, Billings, in 2004 to work at High Plains, he managed the Green Resource Center in the San Francisco Bay Area, providing technical assistance to developers and educating the general public on the economic, community, and environmental benefits of green building. Beyond this interest and expertise in high performance building, Ed is consumed with pushing building budgets to create highly functional, engaging, “lovable” places.

He has given a number of green building presentations to regional civic groups and co-taught “Urban Ecology," a course offered at MSU-Billings. Ed also has a passion for making Billings a healthy, inviting, and sustainable community through his involvement with the Billings Bicycle + Pedestrian Advisory Committee and Northern Plains Resource Council. His spare time is spent renovating his 1920 Craftsman house and pushing the bounds of a car-free existence. And when his wanderlust gets the better of him, he explores historic districts and wild landscapes.

Ed is a licensed architect and a LEED® Accredited Professional with a Building Design & Construction specialty. He was a recipient of the Billings 40 Under 40 Award in 2010. He received his Bachelor of Arts from Pomona College and Master of Architecture from Yale University.
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