Atelier Ten is pleased to announce the promotion of Shreshth Nagpal and Brain Meinrath.
Shreshth Nagpal, LEED AP BD+C, ASHRAE BEMP, HBDP has been appointed Associate of the New York office. As an Associate, Shreshth has over a decade of experience in the field of high-performance building design. A key member of the Atelier Ten Energy Analysis practice team, he is an expert in the application of building performance simulation and analysis for architectural design and systems operations. Furthermore, Shreshth plays an integral role in leading Atelier Ten as a Technical Assistance (TA) provider to the New York State Energy Research and Development Authority’s (NYSERDA) New Construction Program (NCP). His effective project management skills and deep technical expertise has helped the firm in delivering TA support and NYSERDA energy modeling services to over 4 million gross square feet of construction. He has worked on many of the firm’s most ambitious projects including the LEED Gold targeted Ruth Chu Chao Center at Harvard Business School, the LEED Gold targeted Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center (MSKCC) in New York City, and a pair of LEED Platinum targeted office towers in Sao Paulo, Brazil. Shreshth holds a MS Building Design from Arizona State University and a B. Arch from the School of Planning and Architecture in Delhi, India.
Brian Meinrath, LEED AP BD+C has been promoted to Senior Environmental Designer of the San Francisco office. In his five years at Atelier Ten, Brian has become a leader in the environmental and benchmarking practice groups, with expertise in analyzing comprehensive water management systems and façade optimization. Brian leads the office in benchmarking systems including LEED and Living Building Challenge. He has managed some of the San Francisco office’s most complex projects from universities and lab buildings to commercial towers and cultural institutions. Brian was instrumental in defining the key project goals for sustainability and water conservation in the Transbay Transit Center, a 1.4 million sq. ft. station for the San Francisco regional transportation system. Brian recently helped the L.S. Skaggs Pharmacy Building at the University of Utah earn a 2013 AIA Utah Design Award and COTE Award based on the building’s energy efficiency, thermal and visual comfort, and water conservation. Brian holds a B. Arch and a B.A. in Architecture from Rice University in Houston, Texas. He is a LEED-Accredited Professional. and has served as a LEED GBCI Reviewer.