Leaders in large scale sustainability have come together under the Zofnass Program at Harvard University to identify the metrics necessary to develop a measurement of sustainable infrastructure.
Through an innovative collaboration between the academia and the private sector, key contributors practicing within the industries involved in planning and engineering the infrastructure have provided invaluable support to the Zofnass Program and have worked closely with the Harvard’s researchers to develop the Rating System.
This collaboration of leading firms and their representatives is essential to the development and implementation of a system that can be accepted industry-wide and have a fruitful contribution towards sustainable infrastructure.
The SIAB is comprised of senior executives from leading firms including Arup, Autodesk, Bentley Systems, CDMSmith, En3, Golder Associates, Inter-American Development Bank, Institute for Sustainable Infrastructure, Kiewit, Los Angeles Metro, Louis Berger, The Nature Conservancy, NV5, Power Engineers, Stantec, Thames Water Utilities Limited (London UK), TRC, and Wren House.
These organizations meet with Harvard faculty and researchers from the Schools of Design, Public Health, Engineering, Environment, Government and Business.
For further information on how to join, please contact Joan Zofnass, Director HR & Conferences in EFCG, Inc. at email@example.com or at +1 (212) 752- 2107.
The SIAB instigates a creative and productive dialog in direct partnership with the Zofnass Program at Harvard, pushing topics of sustainability such as economic viability, implementation and best practices to new limits.
Chris Barron, Chief Communications Officer, Bentley Systems Incorporated • Phil Bownes, General Counsel, Wren House Infrastructure • Giovanni Cialdino, Associate, Wren House Infrastructure • Dick Corolewski, Federal Business Unit Director, Power Engineers • Hakim Drissi Kaitouni, Managing Director, Wren House Infrastructure • James Grant, Associate Vice President; Energy & Fueling Systems Director, HNTB • Hannah Hamling, Global Sustainable Development Leader, Golder Associates • Harvey K. Hammond, Executive Chairman, HNTB • Jack Hand, Chief Executive Officer, Power Engineers • Alan Jennat, Principal and Americas Region CFO, Arup • Loren Labovitch, Vice President, International Development, Stantec • Thomas G. Lewis, President, Louis Berger (a WSP company) • Cris Liban, Executive Officer, Environmental Compliance and Sustainability, Los Angeles Metro • Karen Lutz, Sustainability Director, TRC • Jane E. Madden, Senior Vice President, CDM Smith, Inc. • Roberto Mezzalama, Principal and Project Director, Golder Associates • Matt Moeller, Executive Vice President, NV5 • Jennifer Molnar, Lead Scientist & Managing Director, Center for Sustainability Science, The Nature Conservancy • Andy Pickles, Principal, Golder Associates (HK) Limited • Deepa Sathiaram, Executive Director, En3 • David A. Smith, Senior Vice President, Director of Strategy, Stantec • Brian Swett, Principal, Boston Office Leader, and Director – Cities and Sustainable Real Estate, Arup • Heather Unger, Manager, Corporate Sustainability, Louis Berger (a WSP Company) • Timothy B. Wall, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, CDM Smith, Inc. • Anna Wilkes, Senior Resource Management Consultant, Golder Associates • Joe Wingerter, Vice President, Kiewit Infrastructure Group • Dickerson Wright, CEO, NV5
External Advisors: Laura Bonich • Elizabeth Bradford, Global Technological Leader: Resilient & Sustainable Infrastructure Planning and Envision Rating System, CH2M (now Jacobs) • Gerry Gallagher III, President and Chief Executive Officer, Ecology & Environment Inc. • Marty Janowitz • Maria Lehman • Stuart D. Lesser, President, Principal-in-Charge, Joslin Lesser + Associates, Inc. – an NV5 Company • John Mogge, SVP, Global Environmental Market Director, CH2M (now Jacobs) • Peter Nicol, Global Practice Director, CH2M (now Jacobs) • Ana Maria Vidaurre-Roche, Regional Director Latin America, Infrastructure Investments, Transactions, CDPQ Pension Funds • Karen Weiss, Senior Industry Strategy Manager, Civil Infrastructure Owners, Autodesk