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Christine Robbins-Elrod

Christine Robbins-Elrod



Christine Robbins-Elrod is a Principal at 5G Studio Collaborative. Christine has worked in Dallas since 2005 when she graduated from the University of Texas at Austin with a Bachelor of Architecture. She has been a licensed architect for over fourteen years, is a member of the American Institute of Architects, is a WELL Accredited Professional, and is a LEED Accredited Professional for three credentials – LEED AP Building Design and Construction, LEED AP Neighborhood Development, and LEED AP Homes.

Christine has been working at 5G for over sixteen years and has successfully managed a wide variety of projects including over twenty hotel projects, the adaptive reuse Maple Terrace office building, Legacy ER Allen (the first licensed freestanding emergency care facility in Texas), and numerous other projects including veteran rehabilitation facilities, churches, and performance/dining venues. She has also led the sustainable design and LEED consulting process for ten LEED Certified projects, including two projects certified as LEED Platinum projects.

Christine volunteered extensively for the USGBC North Texas Chapter Events & Education and Graphics Committees from 2005-2010 (including as co-chair of the USGBC North Texas Chapter Graphics Committee in 2008) and for the Urban Land Institute (ULI) North Texas Sustainability Committee from 2009-2014 where she was actively involved with Vision North Texas and was co-vice chair of the ULI North Texas Sustainability Committee and an active member of the Building Healthy Places Task Force. She was also a member of the 2012 AIA Dallas Emerging Leader Class, a member of the USGBC North Texas LEED 2012 Regionalization Task Force, and has been a USGBC Education Pro Reviewer since 2014. She has spoken at numerous events including as a presenter at the 2014 Texas Society of Architects Convention.

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