As the director of sustainable services for Miron Construction, Theresa’s role is to inspire sustainability throughout Miron’s culture, integrate “green” into their business practices and construction operations, lead their sustainable education program, and serve as the Project Administrator for projects seeking green building certification. Theresa has worked on over 80 projects across many market segments seeking LEED certification, which have successfully been awarded Certified, Silver, Gold and Platinum. Many of her projects are highly regarded, including: • the first building ever awarded an Innovation credit for being carbon positive, the energy-positive, LEED Platinum, Aldo Leopold Legacy Center; • the renovation and expansion of the Lake Mills Middle School, the first public K-12 school in the world to earn LEED Platinum and consequently named the 2011 Greenest School in the World by the Center for Green Schools at USGBC; and • the LEED Platinum Lake Mills Elementary School, the only K-12 project to pilot LEED v4. It has earned 16 awards including the US Dept of Education’s 2015 Green Ribbon and ENR’s 2016 “Best of the Best” K-12 school in the country. It is also featured in Rick Fedrizzi’s book, “Green Think.” Named as ENR magazine's top 20 under 40, and honored as a LEED Fellow in 2012, Theresa is credentialed as a LEED AP BD+C, ID+C, WELL AP, LEED Faculty, and WELL Faculty. She is an active WELL and USGBC volunteer serving on many committees and working groups. Identified as a Subject Matter Expert, she continues to serve on several LEED and WELL exam development and review committees.
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