Evan Champagne AIA, NCARB, LEED AP

E4H Environments for Health Architecture

Evan has been involved in large-scale complex projects that leverages sustainable design to improve human health and performance. He brings not only experience on LEED Gold, Platinum, and Net Zero design but also experience with innovative and high performance systems such as electro chromatic glass, fuel cells, biofuel systems, geothermal systems, heat recovery systems and high performance envelope design. He enjoys working with clients to develop quality design solutions that are not only attractive and functional but also resilient. He believes in developing sustainable solutions for clients to improve energy efficiency, utilize renewable sources of energy, and minimize their reliance on natural resources. Evan spearheads the sustainability group at E4H, driven by a holistic approach to integrate sustainable design to create meaningful solutions that align with client’s healthcare goals. Using technology such as COVE.tool to review daylight and solar gain, WELL guidelines for healthy materials, and working with project teams to source local materials to reduce the carbon footprint of buildings. Additionally Evan is an Adjunct Professor at Norwich University, teaching a Sustainable Healthcare Design Studio.