Jordan Goldman is a specialist in energy modeling, mechanical engineering, and manages the HVAC design practice for ZeroEnergy Design (http://www.ZeroEnergy.com). He focuses typically on high performance residential projects, including Passive House buildings and net zero energy homes. Jordan has judged the Energy Value Housing Awards for the NAHB Research Center, been recognized by the EPA for his achievement in systems design, and been featured on NPR.
“I’m thrilled and honored to be selected from among the national pool of nominees,” said Jordan. “ZeroEnergy Design and our clients have pushed the envelope in design and performance, maintaining both as high priorities for every project.”
Jordan’s work was recently featured on the cover of Design New England (http://digital.designnewengland.com/
About Jordan Goldman:
Jordan Goldman LEED AP CPHC is a specialist in energy modeling, mechanical engineering, and manages the HVAC design practice for ZeroEnergy Design. He is fluent in building envelope strategies and energy efficient construction systems, building science design principles, as well as mechanical system design, specification, and sizing for enhanced energy performance. Additionally, he is experienced in sizing and specifying renewable energy systems, such as photovoltaics and solar hot water. He is a Certified Passive House Consultant, a LEED Accredited Professional, a Verifier for NAHB's National Green Building Standard, and a HERS Rater. Jordan studied Environmental Engineering at Cornell University, where he received both a Bachelor of Science and Master of Engineering.