Bergmeyer Spotlight: Dee Spiro

Bergmeyer Spotlight: Dee Spiro

Bergmeyer Spotlight is an online series of informal interviews with members of the Bergmeyer team. We invite you to meet Associate Dee Spiro, LEED AP BD+C, O+M, our Director of Sustainability who has been with the firm 5 1/2 years. Here is what she had to say during her Spotlight interview:
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Where’s the Green?

Where’s the Green?

Dee Spiro, LEED AP BD+C and O+M, GGP, Associate and Director of Sustainability at Bergmeyer, contributed to Retail Environments Globalshop Products Preview issue with her thoughts on sustainability and optimizing energy efficiency in big box retailer stores. Read Dee’s analysis below:
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Green Building Focus in ARE’s Retail Environments

Green Building Focus in ARE’s Retail Environments

A recent Bergmeyer project epitomizes environmental and social responsibility. Designed for Jeff Kinney, author of the Wimpy Kid books, and his wife, Julie, the project has had a significant impact on the community and the local economy.
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Hostelling International wins Tsongas Award for Preservation

Hostelling International wins Tsongas Award for Preservation

From 2013 – 2015, the Paul E. Tsongas Awards embraced a three-year thematic program with a nod to cinematic awards. The program honors the people behind the scenes” who persevere through complex issues and make preservation projects happen. The theme for 2014 was Lights, Camera, Action!” This year’s theme And the Award Goes To” celebrates the culmination of many years of hard work, investment, vision, and collaboration: the completed and restored building. The Preservation Massachusetts Award Dinner was held on Wednesday, May 6 to honor select preservation projects in the state. Representing Bergmeyer were Principals Mike Davis and Joe Nevin, along with Dee Spiro and TJ DiFeo, who shared a table with the folks from Hostelling International. Together, we repositioned this historic landmark structure into a vibrant and sustainable flagship hostel.
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The AIA 2030 Commitment: Women Leading Sustainable Design

The AIA 2030 Commitment: Women Leading Sustainable Design

The Beverly Willis Architecture Foundation (BWAF) is working to change the culture of the building industry so that women’s work is acknowledged, respected and valued. I was honored when the BWAF invited me to be a guest blogger. Fully aware that women arewoefully under-represented in the field of architecture, I looked instead at the many thought-leaders I have come to know in the world of sustainable design. A re-posting of my BWAF blog follows: 
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