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Building Analytics/Building Physics

We use advanced tools – many developed in-house to solve problems not adequately addressed by off-the-shelf software – to inform data-driven strategies that help you create high-performance buildings.

Lead Contacts

Arizona State University, ISTB7. Grimshaw Architects
Comfort analysis for residential building in San Jose, California. Thornton Tomasetti
Colby College Athletic Center LEED & energy model review. Courtesy Colby College / Hopkins Architects
Willis Tower: Glass gridshell reflection analysis. Thornton Tomasetti
Waynflete Lower School in Portland, Maine. Corey Templeton
Greenwich Country Day School: Advanced daylight analysis of shading in classroom space, Greenwich, Connecticut. Thornton Tomasetti
Pittsburgh International Airport terminal modernization in Pennsylvania. Courtesy Gensler + HDR in association with luis vidal + architects
Parametric daylight analysis. Thornton Tomasetti
The Shed in New York, New York: Complex glazing analysis. Thornton Tomasetti

We’re collaborative. We’re always learning. And we will work with you from the start to identify your sustainability vision and turn it into reality. Using whole-building environmental and advanced energy analysis, we’ll help you make sure your buildings are performing at the highest level, for optimal operational performance and occupant comfort. Here’s how we can help you:

  • Comfort studies
  • Daylighting and glare
  • Schematic and advanced energy analysis
  • Parametric analyses
  • Building science: thermal and hygrothermal
  • Renewable energy potential
  • Life cycle analysis
  • Embodied carbon
  • Water balancing
  • Passive house

Our Expanded Team

News & Resources

ASU's Rob & Melani Walton Center for Planetary Health Opens
April 20, 2022
Arizona State University’s new interdisciplinary science and technology building in Tempe is sustainable through and through. Not only is it seeking LEED Platinum certification, the work being done within its walls focuses on improving the planet.

Renovated Concourse Opens at Memphis Airport
February 16, 2022
The airport's extensive modernization project focused on creating larger energy efficient spaces that enhance the passenger experience and making some necessary seismic upgrades to the 350,000-square-foot facility.