Stephanie focuses on sustainable design and construction strategies for a variety of project types, including offices buildings, schools, manufacturing facilities and neighborhood developments. As a member of RMI’s LEED Review team, Stephanie manages the review process as well as assessing individual credits. She also has experience planning and facilitating sustainable design charrettes.
Selected RMI Projects
- National Museum of African American History and Culture—New Smithsonian Museum on the National Mall in Washington D.C. - LEED 2009 Gold certification
- Daybreak Village Center One—Large mixed-use development in South Jordan, UT, seeking LEED-ND Silver certification under the LEED for Neighborhood Development Pilot program
- Accelerating Campus Climate-Change Initiatives—Large workshop held in Denver in June 2009 and online book developed in collaboration with Association for the Advancement of Sustainability in Higher Education
- University of Wyoming College of Business—Renovation of an existing building and construction of a new facility in Laramie, WY - LEED-NC Gold certification
Prior to joining RMI, Stephanie worked for the Institute for the Built Environment at Colorado State University where she guided project teams through the LEED certification process and contributed to research and educational outreach programs. While at CSU, Stephanie focused her thesis research on Living Buildings, which involved conducting a large charrette to focus on the development of a comprehensive framework, called LENSES, for defining and facilitating the creation of regenerative built environments.
Stephanie has been actively involved in the USGBC Colorado Chapter-Northern Colorado Branch and also worked with the Colorado Chapter to identify local Regional Priority credits for LEED 2009, a task fitting for this Colorado native.
- Master of Science, Construction Management, Colorado State University, 2008
- Bachelor of Arts, Biology, Colorado College, 2003
LEED Accredited Professional, U.S. Green Building Council