EXP continues to emphasize its commitment to sustainability with the recent promotion of Amy Pastor, PE, CxA, LEED AP to vice president, sustainability. With over 15 years of experience, ranging from design, sustainable consulting, energy modeling and commissioning for new and existing buildings, Amy has established herself as a trusted advisor for sustainability to internal teams and clients.
Amy began her career with EXP 16 years ago after graduating from The Pennsylvania State University with a bachelor of architectural engineering and master of architectural engineering degrees. Early in her career, she focused primarily on energy models, providing guidance on Green Building Certification and performance of onsite commissioning, retro-commissioning, energy audits, meter validations and other energy services. As her passion for sustainability and expertise in delivering solutions to create more energy-efficient and sustainable buildings increased, Amy was promoted to the role of director of commissioning and sustainability, a position in which she led a national team of commissioning, sustainable design and energy modeling experts.
Amy will continue to drive EXP’s company-wide Sustainability and Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG) strategies and assist clients across all EXP’s markets in developing and executing innovative engineering, design and energy solutions for a more sustainable tomorrow. Amy also leads the firm’s sustainability committee, which includes a team of global experts who are committed to upholding and promoting sustainable practices and guiding the firm towards a future with more environmental, social and economic growth.
“Sustainability is a part of our culture,” says EXP’s Chairman and CEO, Ivan Dvorak. “We are also seeing a greater need from our clients to help them meet growing sustainability challenges. Her long tenure at EXP, technical expertise and integrated approach with our sectors, have positioned her for this role and we look forward to witnessing more of her accomplishments,” he concluded.
Amy is a licensed mechanical engineer. She plays an active role with the U.S. Green Building Council, as their National Co-Chair for the Women in Green Mentorship to Sponsorship Committee and Board Chair for the Central Florida Market Leadership team. She also recently joined the University of Florida’s Green Building Learning Collaborative (GBLC)’s Advisory Board, an advisory board comprised of global leaders in sustainability.
Please join us in congratulating Amy on her new position. We wish her continued success in her new role.