David Mead earns Passive House Consultant certification
David Mead, PAE’s resident Building Performance Specialist, has recently earned a PHIUS Passive House Consultant (CPHC) certification. By participating in the CPHC Training Program, David completed a comprehensive training that included principles of passive building design, quality assurance and control protocols, and next-generation energy modeling practices. To maintain his credential, David will satisfy rigorous CPHC Continue Education requirements and stay current on advancements in the built environment.
With over 12 years of experience as an architect and high performance building consultant, David works to integrate engineering and architectural solutions into unified, ecologically-inspired designs for a variety of projects. He utilizes his unique holistic knowledge of the built environment to provide technical consulting services that assist in the design and implementation of highly sustainable solutions. A committed advocate for net-positive buildings, David is passionate about advancing building performance to create a carbon neutral future. Since joining PAE in 2015 he has provided expertise for projects pursuing aggressive sustainability benchmarks, such as Eastern Washington University’s N.E.S.T.T. Center (set to achieve Living Building, Net Zero Energy, and Net Zero Water) and the S Office Buildings in downtown Seattle (pursuing Seattle’s Living Building Pilot Program via the Water Petal).