Emily is an Associate and Low Carbon Design Specialist at Warren and Mahoney. She is passionate about the environmental performance of buildings and supporting data-driven design decision making.
She is a currently a PhD candidate at Victoria University of Wellington and has been working at Warren and Mahoney to research the embodied carbon on a range of our commercial projects. Her PhD focuses on investigating embodied carbon in building materials and prides herself in exploring solutions that work with the buildings purpose and brief.
Emily’s current projects have focused on the relationship between building form and embodied carbon. She applies her deep understanding of embodied carbon to test options with the design team and consultants in order to make decisions and selections early in the design development in order to reduce overall emissions.