With roughly 15 years of experience in mechanical design, LEED project review, energy analysis, and commissioning, Alissa is the Sustainability Strategist of Glumac’s Seattle office. She assists clients in determining how to reach their sustainability goals, whether they relate to LEED, Living Building Challenge, WELL or Fitwel. Her portfolio includes Seattle-area tech client offices; the LEED Gold REI Headquarters, later bought by Facebook; high-rise residential facilities; Seattle’s Lumen Field; and the Marine Research and Education Center in St. Croix, which targeted Living Building Challenge and LEED Platinum certification. She holds a degree in aerospace engineering from Georgia Tech and is Glumac’s lead Fitwel expert. In her free time, you can find her scaling mountains around the Pacific Northwest and volunteering with search and rescue crews.
All Sessions by Alissa Feucht
Building Rating Systems & Certifications
Several national and international organizations now offer ratings and certifications for the built environment. These systems focus on smart capabilities, wellness, sustainability, energy performance, indoor environmental quality, and even workforce credentialing. If you have wondered whether these systems are right for your building, this is a session you won’t want to miss. Experts will discuss various ratings and certifications, what they entail, and most importantly how the market is embracing these labels.
Role of Smart Buildings in Reducing Carbon Emissions
This session will feature two case studies of C/I buildings that deploy smart tech/practices resulting in demonstrated carbon emission reductions. Additional SMEs will join in a moderated discussion of carbon reduction and the role smart technology can play.