Kenneth has a passion for optimizing existing building performance, both from a user comfort and energy perspective. He has drawn upon his background in engineering design as well as academic research as the platform for understanding the opportunities which exist for improving building performance.
Kenneth has conducted energy studies on buildings throughout Canada, both for public and private sector clients and has a particular interest in energy reporting and reduction strategies for airports.
His desire to understand resource use within the aviation sector has led him to lead an ongoing project to define energy, water and greenhouse gas intensities for airport terminal facilities across the world.
Kenneth was most recently awarded the Airport Consultants Council (ACC) Young Professional Innovation award for his work in benchmarking Airport Terminals.