Jim Hanford is an Architect and Project Manager for Miller Hull, and serves as the firm’s building performance and sustainable design lead. He has a professional background, both in a research capacity and as an architect, in evaluation of design strategies and technologies suitable for low-energy buildings. Jim has 20 years of experience working on a wide range of public and private projects and leading architectural and research teams. He has a BS in Civil Engineering from Stanford University and an M. Arch. from University of California, Berkeley.