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WORKSHOP 1 Green Building Certification Systems / Energy Standards in US, Wood Structures Symposium
  • Ludmilla D. Pavlova-Gillham, University of Massachusetts - Amherst

Learning objective: to learn about energy standards and how to design advanced energy efficient building envelopes. Passive house principals and fundamentals on thermal, moisture issues, and air tightness will be covered

Publication Date
September 8, 2011

Ludmilla Pavlova is Senior Facilities Planner in Campus Planning at UMass Amherst and is responsible for master plan programming and planning for research, academic and administrative facilities and developing design guidelines.

Ludmilla has managed the planning of major capital projects including Harold Alfond Hall/ ISOM Addition, the Integrated Science Building, the Berkshire Dining Commons Renovation, the Southwest Residential Area Concourse, the Comprehensive Academic and Classroom Facilities Plan and the Library Master Plan.

Passionate about campus sustainability, Ludmilla often lectures on the topic and helped author the first UMass Amherst Sustainability Plan. Prior to coming to UMass she worked for design firms in New York City most notably for John M.Y. Lee/ Michael Timchula Associates, managing the design and construction of the Curtis/Balkan Factory in Sofia, Bulgaria, and as a member of the team that designed the Shenzhen City Center Urban Design and City Hall, Shenzhen, China.

Ludmilla has a Bachelor of Arts in Architecture and European Cultural Studies from Princeton University and a Masters of Architecture from Columbia University. She is Chair of the USGBC MA Chapter Western MA Committee and Secretary of the Western MA AIA.

Citation Information
Ludmilla D. Pavlova-Gillham. "WORKSHOP 1 Green Building Certification Systems / Energy Standards in US, Wood Structures Symposium" (2011)
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