Earth Day Weekend P3 Podcast Rewind: Whitney Ward

In honor of Earth Day, we are doing a P3 Podcast Rewind to our previous episode with Whitney Ward, associate principal at VCBO.

On this episode, Steve and Whitney discuss how she works to help people push their buildings to be LEED approved. She also discusses her role in the new law building on the University of Utah campus and how she uses renewable resources to create sustainable buildings. Whitney speaks on the building trends and where she sees sustainable sustainable building going in the future, specifically the WELL building standard. Remaining optimistic she talks about how improvement in building is always necessary and how important it is that the public stay involved in this process.

Listen and be inspired!

Whitney Ward

Whitney Ward, an associate principal at VCBO Architecture, is an advocate for sustainable design and provides expertise in the design and documentation process for sustainable buildings. She has extensive experience in programming, facility planning, and community master planning. Whitney embraces a holistic design approach that ensures that functionality, flexibility, and durability are at the forefront of the projects that she works on. While at VCBO, Whitney has expanded her knowledge and experience through her work on projects such as Unified State Labs, Westminster College Master Plan, and SJ Quinney College of Law at the University of Utah. Whitney has been with VCBO since 2007. She graduated in 2005 with a Master's degree in Architecture and a focus in Community Design from Montana State University and in 2015 with a Masters of Real Estate and Development from the David Eccles School of Business at the University of Utah.

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This post was contributed by Steve Klass on April 21, 2017.