|Dave DeLong, S.E., LEED AP|
Employer: IC Design Services, Indianapolis, IN
Interest Areas: Designing structures at the building envelope to be more thermally efficient to reduce environmental impacts, generating practical sustainable design standards for the structural engineering community, committee presentations / outreach... and craft beer!
|Erica C. Fischer, P.E., Ph.D.
Employer: Degenkolb Engineers
Interest Areas: Dr. Fischer is a member of the Structural Engineers Association of Washington Sustainability Committee and chairs the Disaster Resilience Working Group for the ASCE/SEI Sustainability Committee and is a member of their Steering Committee. Dr. Fischer has been researching methods for incorporating building fires into life cycle assessment evaluations and comparing disaster resilience and hazard mitigation methodologies of developed and developing countries. Dr. Fischer is an advocate of disaster resiliency and structural engineers taking an active role in designing a sustainable built environment.
|Mark D. Webster, P.E., LEED AP BD+C
Employer: Simpson Gumpertz & Heger Inc., Waltham, MA
Interest Areas: Reducing environmental impacts of building structural systems with an emphasis on addressing climate change, which poses a grave threat to the world as we know it. Particular interests include building and material reuse, design for adaptability and deconstruction, and life-cycle assessment.
|Laura K. Dolak, S.E., LEED AP BD+C
Employer: WSP, Chicago, IL
Interest Areas: Thermal bridge mitigation, infrared imaging, life-cycle analysis, green office operations, website maintenance, welding.
Employer: Arup, Washington, DC
Interest Areas: Incorporating whole building life cycle assessment into the structural design process in order to reduce the overall embodied environmental impact of a building. Structural design of cross-laminated timber as a sustainable alternative to conventional structural materials.
Employer: Holmes Culley, SanFrancisco, CA
Interest Areas: Quantify and reducing the environmental impacts of structural systems, disaster resiliency, and passive design strategies. Educating the building industry on the role structural engineers have on shaping the built environment.
|Lori Koch, PE
Employer:American Wood Council, Leesburg, VA
Interest Areas: Educating engineers and design professionals on the benefits of using wood as part of safe and sustainable structures.
|Jennifer Righman McConnell, Ph.D.
Employer:University of Delaware
Interest Areas: Sustainable infrastructure, aging infrastructure, steel reuse, sustainability education.
|Margherita Pongiglione, Arch., Ph.D Candidate in Structural Engineering
Employer:University of Genoa, Italy
Interest Areas: Designing structures for disassembly to be reusable and adaptable to amortize their life cycle impacts; seismic-design of steel connections to improve their resilience and reparability.
|Chris Horiuchi, P.E.
Employer:Skidmore, Owings & Merrill LLP, San Francisco, CA
Interest Areas: Promoting awareness of sustainable practices among structural engineers; researching and developing more resilient structural systems.
|Frances Yang, S.E., LEED AP
Employer:Arup, San Francisco, CA
Interest Areas: Embodied carbon, life-cycle assessment, integrated design where structure enables reductions in energy use, LEED and other green building rating systems, healthier building materials.
|Erika Winters Downey, SE, LEED AP BD+C
Employer: American Institute of Steel Construction
Interest Areas: Whole Building LCA, green rating systems/standards/codes as they relate to the structural steel industry, potential for structural material reuse.
|Ken Maschke, P.E., S.E., LEED AP
Employer: Thornton Tomasetti, Chicago
Interest Areas: Material and building reuse. I work in my company's Renewal practice, which focuses on repair and renovation of existing buildings from all eras.
|Mehrshad Ketabdar, SE, PE, PMP, LEED AP BD+C
Employer: Southern California Gas Company, Sempra Utility
Interest Areas: Seismic Design, Sustainability Design, Nonlinear Finite Element and thermal analysis, and Gas Pipeline Design
|Greg Holbrook, E.I.T.
Employer: CDM Smith, Pittsburgh, PA
Interest Areas: Reducing the overall environmental impact of building systems, specifically by minimizing thermal bridging. Increasing awareness and knowledge of working professional engineers of methods to reduce thermal loss through the building envelope. I also enjoy being involved with social and technical ASCE events, running, and spending time outdoors.
|Adam Slivers, S.E.
Employer: Lund Opsahl, Seattle, WA
Interest Areas: Quantifying and reducing embodied impacts through life-cycle assessment; Carbon footprint reduction strategies such as performance-based concrete specifications and use of mass timber; composite concrete and timber floors; post-tensioned lateral systems, micro-piles and pin pile foundations, historic building renovation;
|Carl Kloos, S.E., LEED AP BD+C
Employer: Kurt Fischer Structural Engineering, Portland, OR
Interest Areas: Preservation and rehabilitation of existing buildings, especially as it relates to seismic resiliency and sustainability. Encouraging greater collaboration of structural engineers in project sustainability decisions. I also enjoy time with my family and mountain biking.
Employer: Engineering Ventures, PC
Interest Areas: Lowering the footprint of new and preserved buildings by implementing and sharing innovative approaches to design and material use, especially building energy reduction measures; formal and informal Life-Cycle Assessment; beauty in the environment; fostering growth in family, community, and work spheres.
|Lionel Lemay, P.E., S.E., LEED AP
Employer: National Ready Mixed Concrete Association (NRMCA)
Interest Areas: Cost effective, durable and sustainable concrete building solutions. Life cycle assessment of building products and structures. High performance concrete, performance based specifications and innovative concrete solutions for building construction.
|Kelly Roberts, P.E., LEED AP BD+C
Employer:Walter P. Moore, Atlanta, GA
Interest Areas:Kelly is a Principal and Project Manager in Walter P Moore’s Atlanta office with structural design experience ranging from educational and healthcare facilities to international high-rise office towers. She leads WPM’s Sustainable Design Community of Practice for the structures group; specializing in whole building life cycle assessment, embodied carbon studies, and the use of sustainable and salvaged materials. She is a founding board member of the Lifecycle Building Center of Greater Atlanta, a non-profit material reuse center focused on the deconstruction and salvage of usable building materials.