Colin Schless, CPHC®, LEED AP BD+C, has more than 11 years of experience in green building consultancy and leads Thornton Tomasetti Engineering’s East Region building analytics group. He specializes in commercial building energy modeling, daylight analysis, climate analysis, simulation tool development, and data visualization. In addition, Schless manages Thornton Tomasetti’s efforts with Zero Carbon and passive house projects.

Schless received his Master of Architecture in 2010 from the University of Oregon, where he worked as a Research Fellow at the Energy Studies in Buildings Laboratory. His project experience ranges from a 340,000-square-foot museum in Riyadh Saudi Arabia, to Zero-Carbon Life Science buildings in Boston, to 120 mixed-use buildings owned and operated by Sweden’s largest real estate property holder, Vasakronan.

Colin was the CPHC on Village Centre in Brewer, Maine, a 48-unit affordable housing project that won Phius’ 2016 Passive Projects Competition awards for the Best Multifamily Project and Best Affordable Project of the year.