Mazzetti Welcomes Life Sciences Sector Leader to Bolster Growth

Design engineer and business builder, Terry Stelter joins Mazzetti as a Principal to lead the growth of our Life Sciences portfolio across all disciplines. He brings a breadth of industry facility type knowledge, including R&D laboratories, pilot plants, commercial manufacturing, vivaria, and supply chain facilities.
Greenhouse Gas Inventories: What Healthcare Organizations Should Know

Inventorying GHG emissions for a healthcare system is a complex and challenging process. Yet understanding the volume of your organization’s GHG emissions is key to developing effective mitigation strategies. Done well, these mitigation strategies benefit your organization in multiple ways. Shrinking your carbon footprint, lowering energy costs, and releasing fewer pollutants into your local communities can help your organization improve its sustainability and potentially reduce the cost of care.
ASHRAE Publishes "First of its Kind" Risk Mitigation of Infectious Aerosols

Infectious Aerosols is a public interest issue and the magnitude of risk from aerosolized pathogens has become increasingly obvious, especially during the COVID crisis. These risks are particularly elevated in enclosed buildings. Public-health officials, policymakers, building owners, designers, and members of the public all need accurate, reliable guidance for appropriate ways to mitigate the risk from these pathogens.
Mazzetti joins Biden Administration pledge to decarbonize health care sector, make facilities resilient to climate change

Mazzetti, a global Healthcare Engineering & Consulting firm, was celebrated by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) at the 2022 United Nations Climate Change Conference (COP27) on November 10, 2022 for pledging ongoing action to decarbonize the health care sector and make health care facilities more resilient to the effects of climate change.
Meet Mazzetti's New Senior Project Manager, James Woods, PE

Meet Mazzetti’s newest Senior Project Manager, James Woods. James‘ experience includes project management, mechanical systems design, and energy and sustainability consulting. He specializes in the design of low impact buildings for a variety of market sectors including commercial, arts and culture, aviation, education, hospitality, and life sciences. Formerly at Glumac, James joins Mazzetti as an Associate Principal, located in Portland, OR, serving clients nationwide.
Mazzetti has the HAPPIEST Employees - It's official!

Mazzetti was recently recognized with Comparably’s Happiest Employees Award for Small/Medium-sized businesses. Comparably is a “workplace culture and corporate brand reputation” platform with over 15 million anonymous ratings on 70,000 companies. The platform uses anonymous employee responses to create its list of the organizations that have the happiest workers. The rankings used a year's worth of data in which employees from these companies rate their day-to-day happiness.
Meet Mazzetti's Newest Principal: Tuan Tran

We are pleased to announce that Tuan Tran was recently promoted to Principal. Tuan has been an integral part of Mazzetti for over 14 years. A natural problem solver and skilled listener, Tuan leads Mazzetti’s MEP Oregon Team. Learn more about Tuan’s philosophy and his thoughts on the future of the industry.
Keisha Thomas, Ph.D., PE Awarded DJC's Women of Vision Award

Keisha Thomas, Ph.D., PE, Senior Electrical Engineer, was recently awarded a Women of Vision award from The Daily Journal of Commerce. The award was created to recognize women who have been trailblazers in industries within Oregon and SW Washington and women who have contributed to creating a path for other women to get involved in the industry.
Women@Mazzetti Spotlight: Summer Interns

At the beginning of August, our total of women at Mazzetti was 43.2%! We are steadily inching towards our goal of having equal numbers of men and women within the company and being the most women friendly engineering firm in the world. This month, we’re excited to put the W@M spotlight on the incredible female interns (some of which are now full-time hires!) that we’ve had working at Mazzetti this summer.
How to be Resilient in a World of Creeping Climate Change

Many healthcare systems are aware they need to think about the impact of a changing climate on their ability to deliver effective health services. This awareness likely stems from the increasing frequency and severity of climate change-driven disasters. These disasters have included year-round wildfires, increasingly intense rain events and flooding, unseasonable freezes and record-setting heat.
What Healthcare Organizations Need to Know About the IRA to Leverage Financial Incentives

The Inflation Reduction Act was developed in reaction to exponential rises in the cost of energy, global impacts of climate change, and a growing need for the federal government to ease these economic burdens on American's. This bill incentivizes emissions reductions by providing tax credits accessible by private citizens, local municipalities, large corporations, and disadvantaged communities to produce clean power, increase climate resiliency, and modernize existing infrastructure.
Women@Mazzetti Spotlight: Asya Rayter

Asya Rayter is a Senior Mechanical Designer in Mazzetti’s San Francisco office and one of Mazzetti’s longest-tenured employees! She has helped design many of the San Francisco office’s significant projects including Lucille Packard Children’s Hospital at Stanford, San Francisco Chinese Hospital, and various Kaiser projects. With retirement in her near future, we spoke to Asya about her career and what Mazzetti means to her.
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