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ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Andrea Love is the Director of Building Science at
Payette, a Boston-based architecture firm. She
leads the firm's sustainability and research efforts,
working across all projects to improve the building
performance. She was the recipient of the 2012 AIA
Upjohn Research Grant, investigating the thermal
performance of façades, and leads other internal
research projects exploring strategies to improve

building performance. She has an architecture degree
from Carnegie Mellon and a Master of Science in
Building Technology from MIT, where she received
the Tucker Voss Award. She is also a Lecturer at MIT
in the Building Technology program. She currently
serves on the Board of Directors for the USGBC
Massachusetts Chapter and the national USGBC
Chapter Steering Committee and Education Steering
Committee. She also serves on the AIA national COTE
Advisory Group and 2030 Reporting Working Group.
ABOUT THE PEER REVIEWER
Hannah Durschlag has experience assessing the
condition, insulation, airtightness and water
penetration resistance of existing structures as
well as in peer review for new building enclosure
design. She has assisted in projects ranging from
large-scale air leakage testing research to drawing
reviews, in addition to thermal and hygrothermal
computer modeling. Hannah is currently an enclosure
consultant at Vidaris, Inc. Prior to joining Vidaris,
Hannah was an associate at Wiss, Janney, Elstner
Associates. She has a degree in civil engineering from
Northwestern University and a Master of Science in
Building Technology from MIT, where her research
focused on the air leakage of concrete forms,
concentrating on a comparison to typical wood
frame construction.

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From the Executive Director and Board Chair
New York City is Transforming Buildings for a Low Carbon Future
Does Electric Grid 2.0 Mean Energy Democracy?
Resiliency for Affordable Multifamily Housing: What We Have Learned and What We Still Need to Know
Break It or Lose It: Thermal Bridging in Rainscreen Systems
My PEI is Better Than Your PEI
Life Cycle Assessment at the Speed of Design
From Theory to Reality: Our Journey Toward Sustainability Building a Net Zero Home
Solar Policy in the Northeast: What’s New, What’s Next?
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