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S2 Founders


Fred Andreas

Fred Andreas
Mr. Andreas has over 35 years experience in sustainable design in architecture, urban design/planning and preservation projects in a variety of locations throughout the United States. Sustainable project types have included Historic Preservation, Retail/Mixed Use, Large Scale Urban Design Aquariums/Marinas, Affordable Multi-Family Residential, Urban Design/City Center, Commercial/Office, Public/Institutional and range in size from 10,000 sq. ft. up to several million square feet in large-scale urban redevelopment projects.

Mr. Andreas professional career includes LEED, ecological, sustainable architectural design and development throughout the United States. He continues to develop innovative sustainable and green design tenets, teaching those approaches for the last 19 years as Assistant Professor Adjunct at the College of Architecture, University of Colorado Denver at the graduate level. Throughout his career he has remained integrally involved in green and sustainable curriculum, research, writing, speaking and advocating, including co-authoring two books and developing 5 Research Centers.

His credentials include a B.A from the University of Colorado, Boulder, an M. ARCH from the University of Colorado, Denver, and an ALM pending from Harvard University.

 

Craig Johnson
With over six years of experience in both public and private sector planning and urban design work, Craig Johnson’s project experience includes a broad range of international projects in Africa, Asia, America and the Mideast. The scope of Craig’s project leadership is vast and includes comprehensive planning, new residential and commercial developments, urban redevelopment strategies, transportation-related planning, and green infrastructure. His knowledge of both landscape architecture and planning provides an understanding of the complexity and the intricacies of large-scale design and implementation projects located in the urban environment.

Mark Reiner

Mark Reiner
Dr. Mark Reiner is a founding Principal of Symbiotic Engineering, a Boulder, Colorado-based company that incorporates multiple resource data streams from cities and utilities to evaluate progress towards energy/resource consumption goals.

Prior to starting Symbiotic, Mark co-led the infrastructure assessment for the Master Plan of Kigali, Rwanda while also serving as the Projects Director for Engineers Without Borders – USA. While in Rwanda, he led the development of low-cost housing design and workshops. He has also served as adjunct faculty at the University of Colorado at Denver where he taught “Urbanization of Developing Nations”. Mark is a registered professional engineer (Colorado), professional geologist (Wyoming) and a LEED AP (USGBC).

Jeannette Singsen

Jeannette Singsen
Jeannette negotiates grants for the U.S. Department of Energy, with a focus on solar research and development projects. As a part of the SunShot Initiative, her work supports the goal of enabling a 75% reduction in the cost of solar energy systems by 2020. Jeannette joined the Sustainability Series committee in 2009, shortly before completing her MBA at the University of Denver. Her favorite part about Denver is the abundant sunshine, although casting a spotlight on Denver's abundance of innovative organizations each month at the Sustainability Series isn't half bad either.

  Brad Wells
Brad Wells serves as the Executive Director of TSC Global, a company that builds affordable housing and post-disaster shelters in the Developing World, currently focusing on Haiti, Southern Sudan and East Africa. In addition, Brad serves as President and co-owner of TIA Books, a 16-year book distribution company. As Director of The Innovative Alliance, a collaborative and shared office working space, he facilitates incubator/accelerator areas for non-profits and companies working primarily in the area of Developing World appropriate technologies.
 

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