MICHAEL PULASKI, Ph.D., LEED AP BD+C
Michael Pulaski has been responsible for sustainable design of mixed-use developments, higher education, residential and industrial structures. With more than nine years of experience, he played a leading role as project manager for the 18-million-square-foot Las Vegas CityCenter Block C development, Coastal Maine Botanical Gardens and currently, University of Massachusetts Medical School Sherman Center. He is a visiting faculty in the Department of Architecture at Cornell University co-instructing a class with Gunnar Hubbard.
Michael was a board member of USGBC Maine Chapter, founding member of USGBC National Emerging Green Professionals committee, and Whole Systems Integration Process ANSI Standard Integrated Design committee. He is a board member of the University of Southern Maine Construction Management Advisory Board and an ambassador for the International Living Building Institute.
Michael was involved in a research project for the Pentagon Renovation and Construction Program where he developed a sustainability focus, continuous improvement process and consulting services for the development of a sustainable construction program. In addition, he acted as editor in chief of the Field Guide for Sustainable Construction and has published many articles and guidelines. Michael holds a doctorate in architectural engineering from Pennsylvania State University with a focus on sustainable design and construction, master’s and bachelor’s degrees in Architectural Engineering from the Pennsylvania State University.