Providing LEED consulting, campus planning, and sustainability projects, evolveEA has helped Carnegie Mellon University design and build a high performance environment on campus.
Like many post-industrial communities, the Larimer neighborhood has seen massive amounts of disinvestment in its residents, organizations and infrastructure. In collaboration with the community, evolveEA articulated a “living cities” vision that examined ways that energy independence, net zero water use, and localized food economies could make the existing community more resilient and attract and sustain equitable development.
As Managing Principal and Cofounder of evolveEA, Marc Mondor works with greening design and construction projects to leverage sustainability.
The Millvale Food Hub is a mixed-use building located on the main street of Millvale’s Town Center. The project called for the renovation of an historic building that had been left vacant for over a decade. Our community visioning process helped establish the goal of attracting a food-based business as a primary tenant, since Millvale had previously been dubbed a food desert.
Anna thrives in the space where creativity in design, stakeholder engagement, and technical precision converge. Her design work, while grounded... View Article
Growth in the East End of Pittsburgh has given new life to the city’s long standing transit asset, the Martin... View Article
Green stormwater infrastructure works best as a system that integrates water and ecological systems into community open spaces. evolveEA was... View Article
Adelaide, South Australia, faces environmental deterioration due to climate change and the misuse of natural resources. evolveEA worked closely with the Office of the Premiere of South Australia to study the region, collect and analyze data, and create graphic interpretations to mobilize the public to action.