Santa Fe, New Mexico | Masonville, Colorado
Andrew Michler, CPHD
Andrew Michler has focused on high performance building design and materiality since 1993. He has written and researched extensively on new architecture and is the author of the book Hyperlocalization of Architecture released in 2015. He is co-founder Passive House Rocky Mountains, and previous board member Passive House Network and was chair of Northern Colorado Renewable Energy Society. He completed the first International Certified Passive House in Colorado in 2016 which has won several awards and has been prominent in international design media. He has keynoted and presented globally on Passive House and contemporary architecture.
Media and Publishing (Short list): Author [ours] Hyperlocalization of Architecture, 2015, published by Evolo Press, Inhabitat and eVolo, online architecture blogs, 2010-13
Certified Passive House Designer
John Fassler, CPHC
John Fassler has worked in residential construction as a framer and trim carpenter from 1984 to 1996 and as a general contractor from 1996 to 2007. In 2009 he collaborated with Fort Collins Utilities to design and implement their Home Efficiency audit program. He has worked with Fort Collins Utilities continuously since 2009 and has completed over 3,000 individual home energy assessments. He consults as a building performance trainer with Platte River Power Authority, and sits on the energy advisory board for the City of Fort Collins. Fassler’s extensive construction experience, energy modeling, and performing of energy assessments is ideally suited for quality assurance though the entire project scope.
Professional Certifications: Certified Passive House Consultant, BPI Building Analyst Professional, BPI Home Energy Score Rater, HERS Rater, Legacy LEED Consultant