We've just wrapped up the survey and want to give a big thank you to everyone who participated. We got a bunch of awesome feedback we'll be able to put to use in developing future courses and the website.
Now on to the winners, Anna and Kari!
PE, LEED AP
Rushing is a Seattle-based MEP and Sustainability Consulting firm providing energy modeling for a variety of project types. At Rushing, our engineers recognize that every design decision has an impact on the energy use of a building. Our engineers select and utilize appropriate building simulation tools to provide feedback on energy implications of design decisions from conception to completion.
We have extensive experience providing energy modeling for third party protocols including LEED credit documentation, utility incentive procurement, Built Green, and 2030 Challenge benchmarking. Rushing offers in-house design, LEED documentation, and sustainability services. Please visit our website at http://www.rushingco.com/.
Anna Osborne EIT
Energy Analyst/Mechanical Designer I
Interface Engineering is a multidisciplinary engineering and consulting firm. Established in 1969, we currently have approximately 200 staff located in Portland, San Francisco, DC, Seattle and Hawaii office. Our services include MEP design, specialty design (building technologies, lighting and fire/life safety systems), commissioning, building performance simulations, energy retrofits and post-occupancy evaluations.
For more than 10 years, our practice has been focusing on high performance buildings, resulting in 100+ LEED certified buildings, 200+ LEED buildings in design & construction, two net-zero buildings, and 10+ net-zero buildings in design & construction. As design partners to our clients, we strive to provide creative, cost-effective and sustainable design solutions that result in high performance projects.
And what did they win? The Energy Modeler Bundle of course. Congrats to them both!
Energy-Models.com is a site for energy modelers, building simulators, architects, and engineers who want learn the basics, to advanced concepts of energy modeling. We've got online training courses and tutorials for eQUEST, Trane TRACE 700, OpenStudio, and LEED for energy modeling. All our energy modeling courses are video based. What better way to learn energy modeling software than screen-casts of exactly how things are done?