Ana Serra is an environmental designer focused on sustainable initiatives. She is involved in research of thermal comfort and sustainable design strategies through a number of projects in various stages of schematic design, design documents, and construction documents. Ana’s experience on international projects and collaboration with architects worldwide provides valuable knowledge on an array of innovative technologies and high performance design strategies. As sustainability consultant on projects such as the Net Zero Energy Hawaii Preparatory Academy, whose Energy Lab was the third building in the world to receive the Living Building Challenge status and is LEED Platinum Certified, as well as the North Carolina A&T University Student Center, a 182,000ft2 project designed to achieve LEED Gold, Ana is well versed in innovative and sustainable design that inspires.
She also provided sustainability and LEED consulting services for Arizona State University’s Beus Center for Law and Society in Phoenix, AZ, and the Rutgers University Master Plan, which included guidelines, benchmarks and target reductions using key performance indicators to support on-site energy generation, on-site water and solid waste treatment and reuse, sustainable transportation, ecological preservation and habitat enhancement, and microclimate enhancement.
LEED AP MS Environmental Design & Engineering BArch
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