Peter F. Marsh

Founder and President, EcoLens Group

“We are passionate about systems thinking and the impact of helping our clients prepare for the future.”

In addition to his role at EcoLens, Peter works on holistic design, business strategy and measurable results as co-owner of Workplace Strategies Inc., a North Carolina based design firm specializing in advanced workplace design and facility planning.  Workplace Strategies was an early adopter of sustainable design principles and is a corporate member of the US Green Building Council. The firm has been the LEED Administrator and design consultant on numerous projects throughout the Southeast, ranging from interior upfits, to new buildings and large-scale urban developments.

Notable recent projects include creating the Sustainable Development Guidelines for the Piedmont Triad Research Park and the participation in the Wachovia First Street Cultural Campus projects, including the leading-edge educational and corporate learning center to be used jointly by Wachovia Corporation and Wake Forest University’s MBA programs in Charlotte, NC. This campus is one of the largest commercial developments under construction in the United States and is seeking LEED Gold Certification levels.

After graduating from Duke University, Peter spent more than 16 years with marketing, research, and senior management teams in the Commercial Furniture Industry. He serves on the advisory boards for the interior architecture programs at Appalachian State University and the University of North Carolina Greensboro.  He also serves on the Board of the Winston-Salem Chamber of Commerce and previously served on the Board of Directors of the University of North Carolina at Greensboro School of Environmental Sciences.  He is an active proponent of Winston-Salem’s Center for Design Innovation and is a steering committee member for the annual North Carolina Design Arts and Technology Symposium.

Peter F. Marsh
"We are passionate about systems thinking and the impact of helping our clients prepare for the future."