Livable Buildings Award Jury 2010

Our awards jury are a diverse group of leading industry professionals from CBE's consortium.

The jury for CBE's 2010 Livable Buildings program reviewed project narratives, images, and occupant survey results for finalist projects and identified the top projects for overall design and performance. The jury for the 2010 awards includes:

Bridgette Baugher

Southland Industries, EIT, LEED AP

Bridgette Baugher is an energy engineer with Southland Industries. She is a graduate of the University of Virginia, where she was an active member of the design build team for ecoMOD III - a sustainable affordable house. She has experience in the design and analysis of HVAC systems for new and existing buildings. Her current position allows her to use computer modeling to simulate building components for overall energy efficiency. She is currently a member of the Association of Energy Engineers.

Tyler Bradshaw

Integral Group

Tyler Bradshaw has extensive experience coordinating and optimizing mechanical, electrical and plumbing designs for many projects, in both the public and private sectors, giving attention to the needs of other disciplines. His areas of expertise include: energy modeling of mechanical systems; energy audits; code compliance and energy rebate analysis; system selection, design and layout; project team coordination; construction administration; and systems commissioning. Above all, Tyler emphasizes low-energy solutions in all of his design projects. Tyler has overseen and/or been directly involved in the design of 5 LEED Platinum projects with another 7 currently targeting LEED Platinum.

Andrew Corney

WSP Flack + Kurtz

Andrew Corney leads Advanced Environmental, a specialist environmental design group at WSP Flack + Kurtz San Francisco. Andrew’s role involves working closely with architects, engineers and designers to produce integrated passive and active building systems that suit the needs of both the client and the design team. Andrew was a key member of The Green Building Council of Australia’s technical working group from its formation in 2003 to 2006, leading the development of Green Star As-Built and Green Star Convention Design rating schemes. Andrew keenly participates in the sustainable design community. In 2007 he presented at many events including Green Build in Chicago and the San Diego Green Conference. Andrew also wrote the recently published Lincolne Scott industry called Refresh quantifying the impacts of HVAC design on productivity and absenteeism.

Edwin Hornquist

Southern California Edison, M.E.

Edwin Hornquist has 20 years of experience in the energy industry across a diverse spectrum of companies. He leads SCE’s C&S Program advocacy efforts to advance energy efficient of appliances both in California and at the national level. He currently manages SCE’s Emerging Technologies Program which mission is to support increased energy efficiency product market demand and technology supply by contributing to development and deployment of new and under-utilized EE technologies. He holds a Mechanical Engineering Degree from California Polytechnic University, Pomona, and a Masters Degree in Business Administration from Woodbury University, Los Angeles.

David Mount

Mahlum, AIA LEED AP

David Mount lends technical understanding and design sensitivity within sustainable site and building concepts for educational facilities. With each project, he seeks to create connections between built and natural environments that enhance building performance and the learning process. Chair of AIA Seattle COTE, he is an advocate for collaboration and knowledge sharing that furthers our commitment to reducing the impact of buildings on the environment. Recent efforts include Gray Middle School in Tacoma, WA, Franklin Elementary School in Kirkland, WA and Seminar II at The Evergreen State College.

RK Stewart

Perkins + Will, FAIA, Hon FRAIC, Hon RAIA, Hon JIA, LEED AP

RK Stewart is an Associate Principal in the San Francisco office of Perkins + Will. In this role he acts as market sector leader, and project director for architecture, planning and interior design projects for commercial, institutional and public sector clients. He is also a technical leader with expertise in complex regulatory approvals, construction processes and engineering coordination. He has a keen interest in sustainable design, and the use of technology in the design and construction . He is active in the AIA, having served in positions at the local, state, and national levels, including that of president in 2007.

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