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Amanda BognerPE, BEMP, President
Amanda, founder and president, went to KU for Architectural Engineering (Rock Chalk Jayhawk) and believes beautiful architecture is inherently sustainable. Her passion is to make beautiful buildings energy efficient too. When the weather cooperates, you can find her cycling or cross country skiing.
Amanda is a registered mechanical engineer and is LEED Accredited by the US Green Building Council (USGBC). Passionate about architecture and sustainability, she is responsible for providing her clients meaningful energy modeling analysis.
She has extensive experience in energy analysis and possesses an extremely strong understanding of energy codes, energy modeling procedures, and the LEED certification process. Her representative project list highlights her ability to work on highly complex projects. Since founding ENERGY STUDIO in 2010, she has provided energy analysis services for over 25 million gross square feet of built space.
In April 2011, Ms. Bogner was appointed to the USGBC’s Energy & Atmosphere Technical Advisor Group (TAG) where she advises and makes recommendations on the direction of the LEED Rating System as it relates to the energy and atmosphere category. Recently, she was selected to serve at the EA TAG’s Vice-Chair for 2015.
Bachelor of Science / 2002
Mechanical Systems Concentration
University of Kansas, Lawrence, KS
Professional Engineer / 2004 / CA / 33084
Professional Engineer / 2008 / DC / 904886
Professional Engineer / 2012 / MI / 59768
Professional Engineer / 2012 / MO / 2012005378
Professional Engineer / 2012 / NE / E-14047
Professional Engineer / 2014 / WI / 43729-6
National Council of Engineering Examiners (NCEES) / 2006
ASHRAE Building Energy Modeling Professional (BEMP) / 2012
USGBC, LEEDAccredited Professional BD+C / 2002
GBCI, LEED Project Reviewer / 2012
USGBC Nebraska Flatwater Chapter, Founder (2004)
USGBC Nebraska Flatwater Board of Directors: Chair (2005), Treasurer (2006),
Member of ASHRAE, since 1997
Selected Speaking and Publishing
LEED Energy Modeling with eQuest Course Developer and Instructor, The Energy Center of Wisconsin University (one –day course)
AE 8050 Sustainable Building Design Course Instructor, Fall 2009 & 2010, University of Nebraska-Lincoln, Architectural Engineering Department
Energy Modeling for High Performance Buildings Course Instructor, Fall 2009, University of Wisconsin-Madison, Department of Engineering Professional Development (two-day course)
AE 8150 Building Energy Simulation and Performance Contracting Course Instructor, Spring 2009, University of Nebraska-Lincoln, Architectural Engineering Department
Energy Modeling Seminar, 2008, USGBC Nebraska Flatwater Chapter, Lincoln and Omaha, NE (two-day course)
The Renaissance of Green Culture, 2006, Mountain-Plains Museums Association Annual Conference, Taos, NM
Why is LEED Construction Important to You?, 2005, Design-Build Institute of America Regional Conference, Kansas City, KS
Our Road to Gold: Ten Tough Lessons Learned at the National Park Service Regional Headquarters Building, 2005, Greening the Heartland Conference, Chicago, IL
Sustainable Indoor Air Quality Strategies – International Facilities Management Association Journal (September/October 2004)