CSCE & ISI Partner to Accelerate the use of Envision® in Canada

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CSCE & ISI Partner to Accelerate the use of the Envision® Sustainable Infrastructure Framework in Canada

Washington, D.C., December  7, 2021 – Communities across Canada are looking for ways to improve the sustainability and resiliency of the built environment, address infrastructure deficits, spur economic recovery, and meet climate change commitments. Recognizing the importance of these crucial goals, the Canadian Society for Civil Engineering (CSCE) and the Institute for Sustainable Infrastructure (ISI) are pleased to announce their partnership to accelerate the use of the Envision® sustainable infrastructure framework more broadly in Canada.

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La Société canadienne de génie civil et l’ISI s’associent pour accélérer l’utilisation du cadre Envision® pour les infrastructures durables au Canada

Les collectivités de partout au Canada cherchent des moyens d’améliorer la durabilité et la résilience de l’environnement bâti, de combler les lacunes en matière d’infrastructure, de stimuler la reprise économique et de respecter les engagements en matière de lutte contre le changement climatique. Consciente de l’importance de ces objectifs cruciaux, la Société canadienne de génie civil (SCGC) et l’Institute for Sustainable Infrastructure (ISI) sont heureux d’annoncer leur partenariat visant à accélérer l’utilisation du cadre Envision® pour les infrastructures durables à plus grande échelle au Canada.

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Envision Packet

Are you looking for a way to showcase Envision® sustainability and help others fully comprehend exactly what it can do? The 14-page Envision packet may be precisely what you need.

You can download the packet, or read the packet below. You can also view it on our Marketing Resources page.

Thank-you Note / ISI’s August Bogo Results

ISI held a “Buy-One, Gift-One” promotional offer in August, and it was highly successful in achieving its goal. One-hundred individuals purchased an Envision training credit to become Envision Sustainability Professionals (ENV SPs). That means, 100 academic students earned a FREE Envision training credit.

This month, ISI’s Educational director Lindsey Geiger contacted the academic institutions below to donate the training credits to interested students.

  • Virginia Tech
  • University of Guelph
  • University of Calgary
  • Brigham Young University – Idaho
  • California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo
  • Stevens Institute of Technology
  • Michigan State University
  • University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

If you have any questions about earning your ENV SP credential or ISI’s August BOGO give-away, please contact ISI at

Again, thanks to everyone who purchased an Envision training.  Your generosity is an investment not only in yourself but also others!

New ISI Marketing Materials Available

Promoting ISI programs (Envision, Membership, Verification, and Education)  has never been easier. If you would like to share your Envision knowledge with others and need succinct brochures, click on the  links/bold text above or download each one from ISI’s Marketing Resources page.

If you need text versions only, please email Marketing at

Please keep in mind that ISI has more in-depth marketing materials available as well.
Feel free to view or download the following educational packets:

Each brochure and packet has been created to help ENV SPs and others communicate and learn more about the value of Envision. Together, we can Envision a more sustainable world!





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Sustain or Explain Task Force

ISI is putting together a Sustain or Explain task force to assist with advocacy efforts around the Marketing campaign Sustain it or Explain it,” which seeks to inform the AEC industry, the public, and lawmakers about the importance of building sustainable and resilient infrastructure using Envision.

More than 14 task force members have signed up to help with advocacy efforts. Please read about their expertise in engineering and civil infrastructure and their passion for sustainability.  (Over the next few weeks, please revisit this page often as more biographies are added. )


Emily Bousaada,
New England

Emily graduated from the University of Connecticut in 2016, majoring in Civil Engineering and minoring in Landscape Architecture. Her dual background motivates her to build sustainable and equitable communities by implementing resilient social, economic, and environmental site development strategies. Her experience includes aspects of site development, including grading and drainage, site layout, hydrological analysis, hydraulic analysis, environmental permitting, feasibility studies, master planning, planting plans, and graphics. She has a strong desire to work on projects about green infrastructure, climate change, resilience, multimodal transportation, water / stormwater, parks, and recreation. In conjunction with her Envision certification, she plans on being professionally licensed as both a Professional Engineer and a Registered Landscape Architect.

She is currently serving as a New England Committee Member for the Future City Inc. design competition where middle school students envision, study, plan, and build cities of the future that showcase their resolution to citywide sustainability issues. She previously mentored students in their competition at a school in Enfield, CT. In early 2020, they won local awards in Most Interesting Structural Element, Most Progressive Transportation System, and Most Developed Infrastructure. She also designs and creates all social media graphics for her local PWC (Professional Women in Construction) Chapter.


Franklin E. Sherkow,
P.E., T.E., P.S.E., Env SP, F.ASCE
Southern California

Franklin has more than 40 years of experience.  His expertise includes transportation and traffic engineering, urban and transportation/transit planning, maglev and fixed-guideway planning and design, airport development and operations, port planning and design, transportation construction/operations/ maintenance, project management, land development as well as public and private finance development, and experience in service and facility privatization and managed competition. He has extensive experience with public outreach.

Mr. Sherkow has held senior executive positions in state, regional and local transportation agencies since 1978 and in Southern California from 1990 to 2007. He has extensive experience in highways, streets and roads, public transit, and airports. He was appointed as Riverside County’s first Director of Transportation and the first Director for the County’s Transportation and Land Management Agency.  He was recognized as one of the Top 50 County Public Works Directors in the nation by Governing magazine.

He is currently serving on the Board of Directors for the Southwest Lincoln County Water People’s Utility District, has also been a member of the civil engineering faculty at Oregon State University, and is involved in senior living development.  He is a registered engineer in seven states, an Envision™ Sustainability Professional (ENV SP) for the Institute for Sustainable Infrastructure, and Board member of the Greenroads Foundation.  He is a Fellow Member of the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE), and Past President of Oregon ASCE Section.  Mr. Sherkow served as Chairman and Member of Visiting Committee, University of Wisconsin, Civil & Environmental Engineering Department.


Justin Waples,

Central San, California

Justin has 28 years of experience in the engineering industry including public, private and defense sectors within the USA and abroad. Justin is a Professional Civil Engineer licensed in California, with a Water Resources and Environmental focus. Justin is a graduate of the Water Environment Federation’s (WEF) Water Leadership Institute and a Lead for the WEF Envision Taskforce.

Justin is the Collection Systems prime engineer for Central Contra Costa Sanitary District’s (Central San’s) Planning and Applied Research Workgroup. Central San provides water resource recovery services for nearly half a million residents and more than 3,000 businesses in the San Francisco Bay Area.

Justin has served as the (San Francisco) Bay Area Clean Water Agencies (BACWA) Collection Systems Committee Chair and also the BACWA Recycled Water Committee Co-Chair. Justin is a military veteran, an Environmental Engineering (Honors) graduate from Deakin University in Melbourne, Australia, and a member of the International Society of Sustainability Professionals.


Michael P. McMeekin,
Omaha, Nebraska

Mike is one of the founders of Engineering Change Lab-USA and currently serves as chair of the Board of Directors. He took on the role as ECL-USA’s first Executive Director in August 2019. McMeekin is also Senior Advisor to Lamp Rynearson, an engineering, landscape architecture, and surveying firm headquartered in Omaha, Nebraska.  He has over 44 years of engineering experience and has played a leadership role in numerous signature projects in the Omaha area.

Mike is a graduate of the American Council of Engineering Companies’ Senior Executives Institute, an advanced management, leadership, and public policy training program for current and emerging leaders of engineering and architectural firms.  Mike is deeply involved in the Omaha-area community, including serving as Chairman of the Board of Directors of Omaha by Design and Chairman of the Board of Directors of ACE Mentor Omaha.


Daniel J Figola, PE

Daniel currently serves as the Director of Product Development at Advanced Drainage Systems, Inc (ADS). Dan is an accomplished engineer with over 20 years of experience in land development and stormwater management. During his tenor at ADS, Dan has been a leader within the sustainability space. Currently, he also serves as the Building and Construction Subcommittee Chair for the ASTM E-60 Committee on Sustainability. Dan graduated from Ohio University with a Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering. He is a Licensed Professional Engineer in Ohio and Illinois and is a LEED Accredited Professional.  Additionally, he has professional accreditations in the Institute for Sustainable Infrastructure Envision Program and is a certified Rainwater Catchment System Designer with the American Rainwater Catchments Systems Association.  Dan previously served as the President of the Illinois Society of Professional Engineers and remains active in multiple industry organizations.

Advanced Drainage Systems, Inc. is a leading manufacturer of high performance thermoplastic corrugated pipe and ancillary products, providing a comprehensive suite of water management products and superior drainage solutions for use in the construction and infrastructure marketplace. ADS’ innovative pipes, fittings, basins and other products are used across a broad range of end markets and applications, including non-residential, residential, agriculture and infrastructure applications. Founded in 1966, ADS operates a global network of approximately 60 manufacturing plants and over 30 distribution centers.  Advanced Drainage Systems is one of the Top 5 plastics recyclers in North America and converts over 500 million pounds of single and short-term use plastics into storm water management products with a service life of 50-100 years.


Jesse Unke
Vancouver, BC

Jesse is an executive project delivery leader experienced in all areas of transportation/utilities/infrastructure project and construction leadership overseeing both complex, high-profile projects, as well as smaller capital projects/programs.

As a Project/Risk Management Professional (PMP/RMP), Jesse has an intimate knowledge with multiple project delivery methods, project management models, and scope, financial, schedule, and risk management tools and techniques. During his career, he has developed an ability to understand his client’s “why”, work collaboratively leading teams, and implement successful strategic initiatives for multiple project funding partners and stakeholders.

With a background as a Professional Engineer in Canada (P.Eng.) and the United States (PE), a LEED Accredited Professional (LEED AP), Envision Sustainability Professional (ENV SP), and a MMCD Certified Contract Administrator (CCA), Jesse has the ability to lead projects effectively, incorporate sustainable design and construction principles, interpret and administer contracts, and understand the technical aspects of his projects. His effective written and verbal communication, workshop facilitation, and engaging presentation skills to both technical and non-technical audiences, allow him to serve as a knowledgeable leader and advisor to his clients.

Jesse’s strong business development and relationship-building, marketing, and strategic planning skills allow for effective development of business and partnership opportunities for a transportation/utilities/infrastructure consulting environment.

Jesse enjoys being actively engaged in the project management/construction community, volunteering as current President with the British Columbia Construction Roundtable (BCCR), and Board Member positions (past and present) with the Association for the Advancement of Cost Engineering (AACE), Project Management Institute – Canadian Westcoast Chapter (PMI-CWCC), Master Municipal Construction Documents (MMCD), and Young Professionals in Energy (YPE).

A long-time personal passion for fitness led Jesse to pursue certification as a CFES Canadian National Certified Personal Trainer in his spare time, allowing him to implement his leadership skills as an educator and motivator in this area.


Nicole Doray

Nicole is a passionate sustainability specialist with a deep understanding of environmental and social justice issues. She solves problems using insights from a combination of international experiences in ENGO project management, business development, research and communications. Her own multidisciplinary education, including a Trilingual iBA in International Studies (York University, Glendon College), graduate certificates in International Relations (Universidad Pontificia de Comillas) and Business and the Environment (Schulich School of Business), and a Masters of Environmental Studies (York University) has enhanced her knowledge and work across business, technology, policy and environmental fields.


Ethel G. Rubio
Assoc. AIA, ENV SP
Los Angeles, CA

Ethel Rubio is the Principal/ Owner of Ethel G. Rubio, Assoc. AIA, a consulting firm specializing in construction/ project management, and strategic outreach and engagement. Her multi-disciplinary career path that spans over 30 years includes work in the built-environment (architecture/engineering/construction) and nonprofit sectors.

Ethel’s passion for making a difference led her to serve on various leadership roles in the professional, civic and nonprofit organizations.

She has worked on transportation, hospitality, educational and correctional facility projects in the AEC industry. Her business development acumen was harnessed from working with the American Red Cross as the District Manager for the Greater Los Angeles area.

She grew her global network and influence through her work with RICS (Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors) as the Development Manager for its west coast region of North America.

In 2019, the City of Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti appointed Ms. Ethel Rubio to the Adams-Normandie Historic Preservation Overlay Zone (HPOZ) Board that is tasked to serve as an advisory body to the Department of City Planning related to new constructions.

In the past, Ethel served as President of the Association for Women in Architecture; President of the Associate Members of the American Institute of the Architects Los Angeles Chapter and most recently, served on the Asian American Architects and Engineers Foundation Board among others.

Born and raised in the Philippines, Ethel began her architecture studies at the University of the Philippines and completed her Certificate of Architectural Drafting. She received her Bachelor of Architecture degree with an emphasis in Urban and Regional Planning from the University of Southern California when her family emigrated to the U.S. in 1986.

She is a mentor and coach to many young professionals, and to seasoned professionals in the industry moving to the next level of their career.

On recently acquiring her ISI Envision Sustainability Professional (ENV SP) designation, Ethel strongly believes that all professionals in the AEC sector should get their certification so that we can all speak on the same system of communication in building a sustainable and resilient future!

Sanjiv Kuray,
New Jersey, USA

Sanjiv Kuray is a Professional Chemical Engineer licensed in New York with over 25 years of experience in Transportation, Construction, Environmental Compliance and Sustainability. Sanjiv is also an accredited LEED AP and ENV SP. He is currently working with Metropolitan Transportation Authority Construction & Development (MTACD) as a Construction Manager, Environmental. In this role, he handles the environmental and sustainability aspects of some of the largest transportation infrastructure projects in the North East USA undertaken by MTACD.

Prior to the current position, Sanjiv worked as Director, Environmental Compliance with MTA New York City Transit, handling the environmental compliance aspects of operations and capital construction for the Department of Buses. Over his career, Sanjiv has extensive and hands-on engagement in environmental training/awareness campaigns as well development of policies & SOPs at all levels within the organization.

Colby Kohn
Maine, USA
Colby is a Marketing and Communications expert for AIT Bridges. He also has a passion for sustainability.  He recently graduated from college and is proud to be working in the AEC industry. He hopes the task force can help the industry realize that sustainability must be a priority.
Colby will be assisting the task force in panel discussions, podcasts and webinars. He’ll also be writing thought-leadership articles. Colby’s specialities include graphic design and video production. He is well versed on composite bridge technologies and is hopeful that many legacy methodologies and processes within the industry are replaced in the future.

Tiffany Villarreal
Aledo, Texas

Tiffany is the president of InfraTex Consulting, a licensed engineering firm located in Aledo, Texas. InfraTex specializes in private and residential construction projects with a focus on sustainable and resilient infrastructure. Tiffany is active and holds memberships and positions in the American Council of Engineering Companies (ACEC), American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE), Associated General Contractors (AGC), American Road and Transportation Builders Association (ARTBA), and Infrastructure Advancement Institute (IAI). In addition to engineering, Tiffany also works with distributors, manufacturers, and civil engineering firms on business strategies, social media marketing, and government affairs. She maintains strong relationships with DOT, city, and county officials, and has aided several clients with the creation of specifications and the introduction of new product lines into the public work community.

Tiffany began her career working as a Senior Project Manager for JM Structural Engineering in Austin, Texas. As the Structural Project Manager for high end residential and commercial projects, she oversaw several well-known restaurants and breweries in the Austin area.

Prior to founding InfraTex Consulting, Tiffany served as the Texas Regional Engineer for Advanced Drainage Systems, Inc. That role allowed her to partner with the Texas Department of Transportation, county and municipal agencies, sanitary districts, and water management districts on the development of specifications and product acceptance in the civil engineering industry.

In addition to Engineering, Tiffany is passionate about sustainability and resilience and a huge advocate for sustainable construction projects. She stays active in her local community by serving on the City of Aledo’s Planning and Zoning Commission. Being a mom to 5 children means she is committed to keeping our infrastructure resilient and strong for future generations.

Outside of her professional practice, Tiffany worked to revive the Texas ASCE’s dormant Government Affairs Committee in 2016 and led the committee through tremendous growth and onto valuable relationships between ASCE Texas Section members and the Texas Legislature. A dedicated team and strong leadership led Tiffany to win the 2018 ASCE Outstanding Civil Engineer Advocate award. This society-level recognition was bestowed upon her in Washington, DC as part of ASCE’s Legislative Fly-In program. Since then, she was elected by her peers to serve as ASCE Texas Section’s 2020 Vice President for Professional Affairs where she is a current board member.

Nick Nadeau, PMP
California, USA

Nick is Chief Project Officer for Infrastructure Ventures (IV), a company that works with private sector innovators and infrastructure owners to provide policy, market development and strategic communications services for rebuilding our nation’s economic bedrock. Nick has spent nearly a decade in the infrastructure industry, undertaking wide-ranging roles in business development and operations, enterprise performance improvement and project management in both Fortune 500 and startup environments. As a certified Project Management Professional (PMP), he oversees all projects in IV’s portfolio and provides guidance to IV’s partners on operational improvement through data storytelling and technology solutions.

Prior to joining Infrastructure Ventures, Nick spent almost seven years with AECOM, a Fortune 500 infrastructure development firm. As senior finance manager in the global headquarters, he oversaw enterprise-wide operational analysis and served as an internal consultant for strategic initiatives on behalf of senior leadership. Prior to his corporate role, he began his career in program management/construction management (PM/CM) supporting the integration of a recently acquired construction firm, as well as operations and business development functions while taking project management courses at night. He transitioned to the field to gain first-hand experience, supporting the $1.1 billion Department of Homeland Security Consolidated Headquarters Phase 1 program at the St. Elizabeth’s West Campus in Washington, D.C., and oversaw project controls as owner’s representative for the Architect of the Capitol during the initial phase of the 10-year occupied renovation of the Cannon House Office Building on Capitol Hill, among other projects. During this time, he earned the LEED Accredited Professional for Building Design + Construction (LEED AP BD+C) credential and also represented the interests of young professionals as a liaison to the Construction Management Association of America (CMAA) Board of Directors and a Construction Manager in Training (CMIT).

Nick studied international business, management, and political science at The University of Maine, earning both a bachelor’s degree and an MBA, and spent a semester abroad in Aalen, Germany. As a graduate assistant with the University of Maine Center for Student Innovation, he completed market research projects on several research initiatives, including sustainable composite bridge technologies and offshore wind. He also holds an Advanced Professional Certificate in Real Estate with a concentration in Construction Management from Georgetown University and a Certificate in Project Leadership from Cornell University.

Nick is an avid road and trail runner, and has finished six marathons since 2017, five of which were completed in under four hours, and is currently training for his first ultramarathon in 2020.



Gabriela Duarte,

Vancouver, BC

Gabriela is a Sustainability Specialist at RAM Consulting. She is a registered Envision Sustainability Professional (ENV SP), developing and incorporating sustainable policies and procedures in infrastructure projects, through planning, design, and construction phases. Gabriela has a post-secondary degree in Business Management and Public Administration. During her masters, she researched and published articles on sustainability analysis, public policies, consumer behavior and global markets exports and its influence on the Human Development Index and the Gini Coefficient.

Gabriela has six (6) years’ experience in administration, including four (4) years as an Administrative Assistant and two (2) years as an Office Manager. She has established effective policies and procedures for office management and is experienced with accounts payable and receivable.

JC Alonzo, ENV SP
Sustainability Consultant
Lenexa, Kansas

JC Alonzo is an environmental sustainability consultant, leader, and educator.  His career in sustainability is the result of years of combined experience in executive management in the information technology industry, the public sustainability policy arena, teaching sustainable strategy implementation, and social equity engagement.  JC has proven experience in creating and applying environmental strategy, policy, and execution programs for both public and private entities.

As an executive in the IT industry, JC was responsible for setting strategies for the sales and service offerings of multimillion-dollar operations.  His tasks included setting short and long-term fiscal projections, creating sales and service strategies to meet corporate goals, and developing the methods and training to bring the goals to fruition.  His skillset included management experience in leading, meeting, and exceeding strategic goals.

As an activist, JC has chaired and led public commissions and boards responsible for forming and implementing environmental policies and programs for waste, codes and development, trails, water, and green infrastructure.  He co-chaired the Kansas City, Missouri, Environmental Management Commission for over nine years, responsible for ensuring the city meets all state and federal environmental regulations in its programs and policies.  JC was directly involved in writing one of the first public agency Climate Change Policy in the US.  He was instrumental in the adoption of green infrastructure development standards by the US Environmental Protection Agency for NPDES MS4 stormwater permits, negotiated and adopted in 2004.

For the last dozen years, JC has honed his skills as a public engagement specialist on sustainability planning, project management, and short and long-range comprehensive plan development for cities throughout the Midwest.  He has implemented public engagement on a wide variety of public infrastructure projects and social issues.  Before and during this time, he has served as an adjunct sustainability professor, writing and teaching courses on sustainability leadership and sustainable plan development.  Over two hundred public and private organizations have attended his course.

He is an accredited Envision Sustainability Professional (ENV SP), trainer, and verifier. He has worked on several Envision projects as an ENV SP project manager. Several projects have received verification, and others are currently underway for submission.  He served on the Professional Development Committee and Public Information Committee.


John Kalungi Kabuye, ENV SP

By profession, John is a building surveyor & sustainability consultant. John graduated with a bachelor of business management (1st Class) from Mangalore University, India. He has a professional diploma in property inspection from InterNACHI School-USA, diploma in sustainable development, training in sustainability from BATH University, certificates in sustainable cities from Lund University, Sweden & SDG Academy, certificate in Green & Circular Economy leadership from the University of Copenhagen, and is an accredited USGBC LEED Green Associate, EcoDistricts AP, Envision ENV SP, International Society for Sustainability Professionals-sustainability excellence associate SEA and GRESB ESG advisor for Real Estate and Infrastructure assets

John has a combined 17 years of experience in providing technical assistance in, Land management & administration, property condition assessment, real estate technical due diligence, asset & facilities management, sustainable cities, sustainable neighborhoods, sustainable infrastructure, sustainable waste management, building sustainability & strategic sustainability consulting, and climate change advisory throughout East Africa. John has provided solutions for governments, counties, property owners, developers, corporations, associations and, cultural institutions around East Africa around his area of expertise.

Brad Moore, P.Eng., ENV SP
Vancouver, Canada

Brad is a Professional Engineer specializing in the field of sustainable infrastructure design. His diverse experience includes preliminary and detailed designs, contract administration, and construction inspection on a variety of municipal, water, and transportation projects. In his career, Brad has applied his unique skill set to projects at over 60 locations across Western Canada including the design of major roadways, deep utilities, traffic signals, and roundabouts. Brad’s emphasis on sustainability throughout design and construction has been recognized by the Institute for Sustainable Infrastructure with the first Envision Award for Sustainable Infrastructure given to a project in the Province of Alberta. Brad is also an Envision Trainer able to provide certification training to new Envision Sustainability Professionals (ENV SPs).

e2i Energie Speciali S.R.L. Earns Envision Gold Award

Il parco Eolico di Vaglio Integrale Ricostruzione di proprietà di e2i energie speciali S.r.l. ha conseguito il livello Gold secondo il protocollo Envision

Il Parco Eolico di Vaglio Integrale Ricostruzione situato nel comune di Vaglio (PZ) in Basilicata ha recentemente conseguito il livello Envision®gold ed è il primo impianto per energia rinnovabile a ricevere questa certificazione in Europa.

E2i energie speciali è protagonista in Italia nel settore delle energie rinnovabili. Dal 2014, gli azionisti della società sono F2i (Fonti Italiani per le Infrastrutture) per il 70% ed EPER, joint venture Edison – EdF Renewables, per il 30%. E2i nell’ultimo triennio ha concluso un importante ciclo di investimenti realizzando 165 MW di nuovi impianti, raggiungendo 711 MW di potenza complessiva installata con 40 impianti eolici e 3 impianti fotovoltaici.

Tra questi recenti “nuovi megawatt”, il Parco eolico di Vaglio è entrato in produzione all’inizio del 2019 ed è frutto di una integrale ricostruzione di un parco eolico esistente. Le 20 turbine del vecchio impianto sono state sostituite con 8 aerogeneratori tripala Siemens-Gamesa G114, da 2,5 MW ciascuno, per una nuova potenza complessiva installata di 20 MW. La produzione annua attesa per il nuovo impianto supera di circa 2,7 volte quella dell’impianto dismesso e sarà pari a ca. 62 GWh/anno, equivalenti al fabbisogno energetico di 23.000 famiglie. La produzione elettrica permetterà di evitare l’emissione in atmosfera di 18.000 tonnellate di CO2. La vita utile operativa prevista dell’infrastruttura sarà di 25 anni.

Il Parco Eolico di Vaglio si inserisce in un piano di rinnovamento che e2i sta mettendo in opera tra i primi operatori in Italia teso a produrre più energia verde diminuendo l’impatto sul territorio attraverso la riduzione del numero di macchine e il rafforzamento del rapporto con le Comunità locali.

L’ottenimento del livello “Gold” del protocollo Envision ha premiato la sostenibilità del Parco eolico Integrale Ricostruzione di Vaglio evidenziando come l’attenzione di e2i verso l’intero ciclo di vita degli impianti dalla progettazione fino alla dismissione e successiva ricostruzione sia un elemento importante che permette di realizzare infrastrutture energetiche capaci di garantire la produzione di energia sostenibile e nello stesso tempo ridurre al minimo gli impatti sul territorio valorizzando le Comunità locali che li ospitano.

Pease view a video interview issued by the e2i Coo, Alberto Musso, regarding the Envision award of the Vaglio wind farm in Basilicata.

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Alliant Energy’s West Riverside Energy Center Project Earns Envision Platinum

WASHINGTON, D.C. – May 19, 2020 – The Institute for Sustainable Infrastructure (ISI) announced today that Alliant Energy’s West Riverside Energy Center project recently earned the Envision Platinum rating for sustainable infrastructure – the highest Envision recognition level. This is Alliant Energy’s sixth power generation facility to receive Envision recognition, which demonstrates the company’s commitment to sustainable infrastructure planning and design.

West Riverside Energy Center is an important part of Alliant Energy’s vision to transition to a cleaner energy future. The $660 million generating facility is a highly efficient combined cycle natural gas facility located near Beloit, Wisconsin. The generating station produces 730 megawatts of electricity, enough to power more than 550,000 homes.

The West Riverside Energy Center continues the company’s more than 90-year history of serving the Beloit community. Alliant Energy ensured a collaborative and transparent public participation process, engaging community leaders and representatives from over 60 community groups throughout the design and construction process. HDR served as Owner’s Engineer and led the Envision implementation process specified by Alliant Energy.  This was a project team effort between the owner, HDR as the Owners Engineer and AECOM, serving as the Engineering, Procurement and Construction contractor.


PHX Sky Train – Stage 2 at Sky Harbor International Airport Earns Envision Gold Award

PHX Sky Train - Stage 2Daily vehicle count at the airport to be reduced by 20,000, reducing congestion and improving passenger experience and safety as second phase of automated people mover comes online.

WASHINGTON, D.C. – April 30, 2020 – The Institute for Sustainable Infrastructure (ISI) announced today that Stage 2 of Phoenix’s Sky Harbor International Airport Sky Train (PHX Sky Train®) is the recent recipient of an Envision Gold Award for sustainability. This is the airport’s first Envision award and the third Envision-awarded project in the State of Arizona.

Stage 2 of the PHX Sky Train® is underway at the Sky Harbor International Airport. This is an extension to the existing 3.2-mile PHX Sky Train, which currently operates between the 44th Street PHX Sky Train station and Terminal 3. When Stage 2 is complete and fully operational in 2022, it will extend another 2.5 miles to the airport’s rental car center. The project includes:

  • aircraft bridges that will carry two future taxiways over the train system;
  • an elevated station which will accommodate parking, ground transportation, and future development;
  • an elevated rental car center station built directly into the existing rental car center at the airport;
  • three traction power substations to provide power to 24 additional transit vehicles.

The project aims to enhance customer service and improve accessibility, ease traffic congestion on Sky Harbor Boulevard, and make travel easier and more efficient between terminals. The project will serve as a catalyst for long-term airport growth and adjacent private development. It also helps support the airport’s sustainability goals as it will help reduce the daily vehicle count by an estimated 20,000 vehicles per day. The project is funded from rental car facility charges and airline passenger facility charges; no taxpayer dollars are being used to fund this state-of-the-art, sustainable project.