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Miletus Group First Offsite Design-Build Company to Go Carbon Neutral
Firm solidifies commitment by joining AIA 2030 Commitment to achieve net zero carbon emissions by the year 2030

(Rochester, IN, February 14, 2012) Miletus Group,the architecture firm that specializes in sustainable onsite, prefab, and modular solutions, has become the first offsite design-build company to achieve carbon neutrality in all of its production facilities and offices. The achievement has led the company to strive for net zero emissions by 2030 in accordance with the AIA 2030 Commitment program. To this end, Miletus Group has partnered with The Nature Conservancy to support The Tensas River Basin Project, the not-for-profit organization’s first voluntary carbon offset project.
Miletus Group Opens Chicago Architectural Office
Building on the success of its Rochester, IN headquarters, Miletus will expand its innovative modular solutions in Chicago to include large-scale commercial projects

(Chicago, IL, August 9, 2011) Miletus Group, the architecture firm that specializes in sustainable onsite, prefab, and modular solutions, has announced the opening of its new office in Chicago, IL at 2823 N. Milwaukee Avenue, Suite E,(312) 265-6447. The newly added Chicago metropolitan location will primarily house architectural services, complementing the Miletus Group Miletus Group president James B. Guthrie, AIA transports his modular solutions to Chicago market management, design, and production operations in its Rochester, IN headquarters.
Miletus Group Develops an Architecturally Appealing Rescue Strategy for New Orleans’ Post-Katrina Housing Crisis
City of New Orleans’ development company selects Miletus Group’s Shotgun House Project™ for its beautifully efficient modular approach

(Rochester, IN, April 26, 2011) The modular design experts at architecture firm Miletus Group, Inc. have been selected by a prominent housing developer and landowner to develop their Shotgun House Project™—a historically and architecturally sensitive approach to quickly address New Orleans’ post-Katrina housing crisis. After extensive project prototype work, the first Shotgun House model has been designed for an Uptown lot and is slated for completion this year.