Livable Buildings Award Jury 2008

Our awards jury represents the full diversity of CBE's industry consortium membership.

CBE's 2008 Livable Buildings Award jury reviewed submittals and survey results for a diverse group of finalist projects and identified the top projects for recognition. The jury for the 2008 awards includes:

Craig Briscoe

Zimmer Gunsul Frasca Architects, LEED AP

Craig Briscoe has over nine years of experience in large and mid-size architectural projects. Among his varied experience is the construction administration of the LEED Gold-rated lab building at Portland State University. On that project Craig oversaw the integration of sustainable features such as geothermal heating and cooling, natural ventilation, rainwater harvesting and daylighting. Craig also acted as project lead on the design of a music academy in a 1920’s Masonic Temple, a project with a goal of LEED Platinum. The design features natural ventilation, radiant heating and cooling, salvaged and reused materials, and an innovative 100’ masonry “waterwall” which will act as an evaporative cooling mechanism producing chilled water for the building. Craig holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Psychology from Willamette University in Salem, Oregon and a Master of Architecture degree from the University of Washington in Seattle, Washington.

Drury B. Crawley

U. S. Department of Energy

Drury B. Crawley is Team Lead, Commercial Buildings at the U. S. Department of Energy where he leads DOE's Commercial Building Initiative, working to achieve cost-effective net-zero energy commercial buildings by 2025. He also manages development of DOE's building software tools including EnergyPlus, Energy Design Plugin for Google SketchUp, Energy-10, DOE-2, and SPARK, among others. With 30 years of experience in building energy efficiency, renewable energy, and sustainability, he is active in ASHRAE, AIA, IBPSA, USGBC, and serves on the editorial boards of the Building Research and Information Journal, Building Services Engineering Research & Technology Journal, and Journal of Building Performance Simulation. He has published more than 100 papers and articles and made more than 175 presentations on building energy efficiency, sustainability, and renewable energy topics throughout the world.

Glenn Friedman

Taylor Engineering, LEED AP

A principal with Taylor Engineering, Glenn has over 25 years of commercial and industrial HVAC system design experience, including 18 years as the principal of Engineered Air Systems, a design/build mechanical contracting company. He joined Taylor Engineering as a principal in 1999. Glenn holds a BS in Chemical Engineering from UC Berkeley and is a LEED Accredited Professional. Glenn is active in ASHRAE locally as a Past President of the Golden Gate Chapter and nationally on various Technical Committees. He has played an active role with the Air Conditioning Contractors of America (ACCA) at both the state and national level, including being Past National Chairman and Past President of the California Chapter.

Stephen D. Miller

HMH/Swinerton Builders, PE, LEED AP

Steve Miller has worked for over 29 years in the construction industry, including seventeen years with the Army Corps of Engineers and 12 years with general construction contractors. His experience includes project management, LEED cost/benefit analysis, construction contract administration, mechanical design, construction cost estimating, and commissioning. His past experience includes serving as the primary commissioning program manager for two greenfield medical centers for Kaiser Permanente in Antioch and Modesto. Steve is currently serving as the Director of Sustainability for HMH Builders in Sacramento, CA, where he trains HMH staff and partners on sustainable design and construction and the LEED Rating Systems.

David Mueller

Haworth

David Mueller is Product Manager for Flooring & Technology at Haworth, Inc. Prior to Haworth, he held various marketing positions at Interface, Inc., including Vice-President of Marketing for Interface’s access flooring division, which was subsequently acquired by Haworth. For the first dozen years of his career, David worked in product development and manufacturing within the building automation industry. David holds degrees in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science from Northwestern University.

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