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Urban and Environmental Policy and Planning

Michelle Lambert

Lecturer

Michelle Lambert

Michelle Lambert

Lecturer

Phone 617-627-3394
97 Talbot Avenue, Medford, MA
Biography: 

Michelle Lambert is an architect and a green building consultant with accreditations in LEED, Passive House and Envision, as well as an educator with twenty years of sustainable design experience in both practice and teaching. After having led the sustainability efforts at several of Boston’s large architecture and design firms, she started her own consulting firm in 2017. Lambert Sustainability provides project management services and facilitation for architectural and urban design projects pursuing LEED Certification, Envision, as well as other green building rating systems or climate impact reduction goals.

She is currently working on a wide range of projects in the Boston area from the large-scale permitting, planning, and development of a new 22-acre mixed-use neighborhood, to the creation of sustainable design guidelines for local a municipality and a university, to the LEED facilitation for two senior housing developments.

As a former US Green Building Council Faculty member, Michelle has taught many green building and sustainability courses over the years to practicing professionals, and was also previously an adjunct faculty member at Carnegie Mellon University and the Boston Architectural College.

Education: 
MA Tufts UEP
BArch Carnegie Mellon University
Expertise: 

Sustainable design of the built environment; Energy efficiency and embodied carbon in buildings