Emilie is the Associate Director of the San Francisco office and leader of the daylight practice. Her experience with resiliency, daylighting, Passivhaus, Net Zero buildings, and carbon reduction have been instrumental in the advancement and expansion of the firm’s technical expertise and research acumen. Emilie’s projects range from one of the most complex Net Zero Energy buildings in the U.S. to the largest public-private partnership project in U.S. history.
As the public member of the City of San Francisco Green Building Task Force and a steering committee member of Façade Tectonics, she advocates for positive transformation for the built environment. She co-authored Urban Green Council’s “Baby It’s Cold Inside” report about the relationship between resilience and high performance building envelopes, and wrote the Trim Tab article “Observations on Resilience in the Wake of Hurricane Sandy.”