Lewis Morgante, EIT, CEM, LEED AP BD+C, WELL AP
Building Performance Analyst
Lewis is a Building Performance Analyst specializing in building energy modeling, informing design through calibrated models of existing buildings or new construction. He demonstrates a commitment to involving all design disciplines throughout the building performance analysis process by elevating integrative high-performance design through sensible, cutting-edge performance analysis.
Lewis’ passion for sustainability and wellness has allowed him to develop a deep knowledge of green building design as a Certified Energy Manager and Accredited Professional of both LEED and WELL building standards. His project experience includes the GSA Regional Office Building, University of Maryland IDEA Factory, Federal Reserve Buildings at 1951 Constitution Avenue and 1709 New York Avenue, Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory Building 14, University of Maryland Iribe Center for Computer Science and Innovation, and the Walter Reed National Military Medical Center Hospital Addition. Lewis serves as a consultant on ASHRAE Standard Project Committee 228P, Standard Method of Evaluating Zero Energy Building Performance. He received his BS in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Maryland, College Park.