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Victor Olgyay

Principal, RMI / ENSAR Group Inc
2305 Broadway Boulder Colorado 80304 Tel: 303 449 5226 Victor @ensargroup.com LEED Projects/ Involvement:
Mr.Olgyay is a LEED 2.0 Accredited Professional and on the Faculty providing LEED workshops for US Green Building Council. An architect with ENSAR Group Inc, he on the USGBC certification review teams, and has participated in the certification review process for over 60 project pursuing LEED certification. In addition, Mr. Olgyay has worked with many project teams providing technical assistance and LEED consulting. An abbreviated list of these projects follows:

NOAA / HLRP /Hawaii – LEED / Sustainability Consultant – Prime responsibility for assembling documentation and provided DOE –2.1 energy analysis Poudre 2004 High School – Daylighting Consultant – Provided initial LEED assessment and initiative Denver Police Station – LEED / Sustainability Consultant - Provided initial LEED assessment, energy analysis Dallas Police Headquarters - LEED Consultant – Provided initial LEED assessment, LEED workshop for team consultants, responsibility for coordinating initial documentation, and provided DOE –2.1 energy analysis Fort Collins Police Headquarters - LEED Consultant – Prime responsibility for assembling documentation, LEED workshop for team consultants, provided DOE –2.1 energy analysis and daylighting analysis University of Hawaii JABSOM - LEED / Sustainability Consultant – Provided initial LEED assessment, prime responsibility for coordinating documentation, and provided DOE –2.1 energy analysis Denali Entrance Area Visitors Center - LEED / Sustainability Consultant – Provided initial LEED assessment, prime responsibility for coordinating documentation, and provided DOE –2.1 energy analysis Denali Eielson Visitors Center - LEED / Sustainability Consultant – Provided initial LEED assessment, prime responsibility for coordinating documentation, and provided DOE –2.1 energy analysis Great Smoky Mountain Nation Park Laboratory Facility – Sustainability / Daylight Consultant – Provided initial LEED assessment, prime responsibility for coordinating documentation, and provided DOE –2.1 energy analysis Iolani High School -Daylighting Consultant, LEED advisor, and provided DOE –2.1 energy analysis University of Denver School of Law – LEED / Sustainability Consultant – Prime responsibility for assembling documentation, and provided DOE –2.1 energy analysis South Face Office Building - Daylighting Consultant for LEED (hopefully) platinum project Las Vegas Desert Living Center -Daylighting Consultant for LEED Gold project Ft. Collins Office Building /Maintenance Facility- LEED Consultant – Provided initial LEED assessment, responsibility for coordinating documentation, and provided DOE –2.1 energy analysis

Artic Heritage Center – Provided initial LEED assessment, daylighting, and energy analysis Wyoming Army Guard -LEED / Sustainability Consultant – Prime responsibility for assembling documentation, and provided DOE –2.1 energy analysis and daylighting, analysis JY Center - LEED / Sustainability Consultant – Prime responsibility for assembling documentation, energy analysis and daylighting, analysis Jackson Hole Golf Clubhouse– LEED / Sustainability Consultant – Prime responsibility for assembling documentation, and daylighting, analysis National Park Service Blue Ridge Regional Visitors Center –provided daylighting design and LEED daylighting analysis Nederland Recreation Center– LEED / Sustainability Consultant – Prime responsibility for assembling documentation and daylighting analysis University of Vermont dormitories–provided DOE –2.1 energy analysis and LEED ECB University of Colorado New academic Village provided DOE –2.1 energy analysis and ECB and daylighting analysis Fairbanks Cold Climate Housing Project- - provided LEED consulting and daylighting analysis Tempe Transit Center – LEED / Sustainability Consultant – Prime responsibility for assembling documentation, and provided daylighting consulting And many, many others!

Professional memberships:
American Institute of Architects

Personal Narrative:
Mr. Olgyay is currently a Vice President and Architect with ENSAR Group, Inc., located in Boulder, Colorado. He has performed Architectural Design, Planning, Environmental Systems design and analysis, Acoustical, Lighting and Daylighting Consultation on a wide variety of projects internationally, with an emphasis in the areas of daylighting, bioclimatic, ecologic and low energy design. He holds architectural registrations in Massachusetts, Hawaii, and Colorado. In the last 25 years he has worked both in architectural offices and independently, and designed bioclimatic structures that have been built throughout the United States, and several other countries. He received a Master’s in Architecture from MIT in 1986, and taught at the University of Hawaii from 1992 to 2000 as an Associate Professor of Architecture and Environmental Control Systems. He was named Director of Research at the UH School of Architecture in 1993 and oversaw numerous energy, environmental and lighting research projects under contract to various state and federal agencies. He was Chairman of the AIA Honolulu Energy and Environment Committee from 1995 -2000 and in 1998 was named a Dana Fellow of the Joslyn Castle Institute for Sustainable Communities. Mr. Olgyay is active in lecturing and has numerous published research papers. His recent article for SEJ "The application of ecosystems services criteria for green building assessment “ Solar Energy, Volume 77, Issue 4, 1 October 2004, Pages 389-398") was the fourth most popular download from Science Direct last quarter (March 2005). Mr. Olgyay was a primary writer and researcher with W.M.C.Lam of Sunlighting as Formgiver for Architecture (VNR 1986), and co-author of Architectural Lighting (McGraw Hill, 2002) with David Egan. He was recently a featured speaker at the Third International Humane Habitat Conference in Bombay, India. WWW.Ensargroup.com