2022 Year in Review: The Team
February 15, 2023
This year we gained four new team members and one more baby! We couldn’t be happier with the new additions to our family and their infectious energy and passion for improving the built environment. Welcome to 4EA Bridget Heiland, Greta Tjeltveit, Justin Unger, and Suzanne Martins-Pierre! We thank you for laughing along with us and for the bright energy and passion that you bring to the office and field.
Bridget Heiland | Seattle Office
Seattle born and raised, Bridget received her Mechanical Engineering degree from University of North Dakota. What she enjoys about her work is how she is a part of the process of a building being constructed from below-grade through completion.
Greta Tjeltveit | Seattle Office
PHIUS+ Verifier, Building Science Consultant
Greta received her BA in Architecture from the University of Washington and is passionate about sustainable design and high-performance building. She is proud to have worked at Habitat for Humanity building affordable housing and continues to volunteer her time.
Justin Unger, P.Eng, B.ASc. | Vancouver Office
Building Science Consultant
Justin received his Mechanical Engineering degree from the University of British Columbia – Okanagan. He uses a holistic approach to design with a focus on thermal energy and reducing building impact.
Suzanne Martins-Pierre | Seattle Office
Suzanne has a Degree in Performing Arts from Faculdade de Artes do Paraná and is passionate to help others. Suzanne joins us after being stationed in Italy with her husband, where they loved to explore.
Team member achievements
Eli Schultz became an IIBEC Registered Roofing Observer early last year. He is also qualified as a LEED Green Associate and PHIUS+ Verifier. Eli has been working as a building science consultant at 4EA since 2019.
In October, Whitney Thomas received her Professional Civil Engineer License for the state of Washington. Whitney has been working as a building science consultant at 4EA since 2020.
In December, Brad Carmichael spoke at the ASHRAE Buildings XV conference in Clearwater Beach, Florida on the topic of Mass Timber Moisture Monitoring and Simulation – A Marine Climate Case Study.
Our team volunteered their time at Campbell Place this past June, where they assembled furniture and set up rooms for incoming tenants. 4EA was also a sponsor of the Low Income Housing Institute’s (LIHI) Virtual Gala and Auction which raised over $430,00 for their Tiny Houses & Urban Rest Stops program. 4EA will always be committed to giving back and making a positive impact in our community. We believe it is important to give back whenever possible and we look forward to more volunteer opportunities in the future!
Swipe through the pictures below to see the team events that we’ve done throughout the year!
We would like to thank all the people that make 4EA possible. Our team’s enthusiasm, humor, and passion are what harmonize our unique talents. Without the dedication of our team, we wouldn’t be here today! For that we are grateful and hope to strengthen our company culture through continued opportunities to give back to the community and celebrating life’s moments.