The Ecological Engineer


The Ecological Engineer


Entering the second decade of the 21st Century, it is clear that the successful advancement of sustainable design offers a powerful means for transforming the built environment. Visionary design practitioners play pivotal roles – applying their extensive knowledge, skills and insight with resolve to many of the political, economic, cultural and environmental challenges of our time.

The Ecological Engineer – Glumac is the second book in a series that provides a behind-the-scenes look at the pioneering work of one of North America’s leading MEP sustainable design firms. For forty years, Glumac has redefined integrated project delivery and energy efficiency for some of the most iconic high-performance buildings in the world. Today its engineers are charting new territory with innovative strategies for air, water, light, comfort and energy that continue to push the boundaries of green architecture.

Now, for the first time, The Ecological Engineer – Glumac offers a comprehensive look at the unique projects, processes and personalities behind the success of this award-winning firm.

Approximately 350 pages, color + black and white photos, Harcover. ISBN 978-0982774908

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David R. Macaulay

About the Author

David R. Macaulay is the author of Ecological Engineer – GLUMAC and the co-author of Ecological Engineer – Volume One: Keen Engineering. A writer and marketing professional for more than twenty-five years, David has served as an editor for three trade and techinal magazines, managed communications for a national facilities engineering society, and written or edited hundreds of articles on architecture, design, engineering and construction. An active member of the U.S. Green Building Council, today he specializes in writing about green buildings and sustainable design. David live in Kansas City with his wife Lanie and children Eli and Susannah. In his spare time he enjoys Kansas City jazz, eco-travel, and – yes – working on a novel.


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