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Christine Fortenberry began her career in construction over 40 years ago in residential real estate building custom homes, remodeling and renovations and well as light commercial. Christine is a graduate of Georgia Tech with a degree in Industrial Management, and has received certifications from the National Association of Homebuilders (NAHB) as a Certified Graduate Builder, Certified Aging-In-Place Specialist and Certified Green Professional. She is one of only 43 builders in Georgia who is a Certified Graduate Builder. As a Certified Aging-In-Place Specialist, Christine is trained and experienced in the techniques and strategies for designing and building comfortable, safe, efficient and barrier-free spaces for people of all ages and abilities. This specialized training combined with her knowledge of ADA codes and guidelines equips her to evaluate and professionally address challenges or requirements in both residential and commercial construction.

Christine has earned the CAPS, CGB, CAASH, CGP designations and is a NAHB course and CAPS instructor. She serves on the NAHB BOD and is a Life Director, CAPS Board of Governors 2015 Chair, Conventions & Meetings Committee, Conventions & Meetings convention marketing subcommittee, Education Committee, Professional Women in Building Council, Remodel Council, Remodel Council National Trustee and Remodel Council Regulatory Affairs Committee. She serves on the State BOD and Regulatory Affairs Committee and the BOD of the Atlanta HBA. Christine is the education committee chair for Atlanta HBA. She is a guest lecturer for the Georgia Tech School of Architecture and other organizations on the subjects of Universal Design and Aging-in-Place and was appointed in 2014 by the Governor’s Office to review Provisional building codes for Georgia.

Christine recently received her Instructor License from NAHB after teaching courses for builders and professionals in the construction industry across the Southeast Region and the nation for ten years. Christine integrates over 40 years of real world experience and solutions into the course material for her students through an interactive approach making her one of the most sought after instructors in the industry. She is a guest lecturer for the GT School of Architecture, Instructor for the National Association of Home Builders Association and other professional organizations and continues to actively work with clients building, designing and remodeling homes and business offices throughout Metro Atlanta. Using her knowledge of value engineering, Aging-in-Place and Universal Design principles has positioned her to be on the cutting edge of construction education.


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