Megan Gunther, PE, LEED AP is a mechanical engineer whose work focuses on design of high performance buildings. In this capacity, she is responsible for building energy simulation, thermal comfort analysis, water efficiency and the design of mechanical systems. Ms. Gunther’s experience is in design of research buildings, higher education student life buildings, high-rise residential buildings and healthcare facilities. In addition to her design projects, Ms. Gunther is an active participant in AEI’s task force that guides projects in designing for climate change. Ms. Gunther is currently assisting in the design of an office building on the Roche Molecular Diagnostics campus in Pleasanton, CA, a project which is employing indirect direct evaporative cooling for the building’s cooling and using reclaimed water to feed the system.
Ms. Gunther received her bachelor’s degree in Mechanical Engineering from the Georgia Institute of Technology, her master’s degree in Architectural Engineering from the University of Texas at Austin and is a licensed engineer in California.