Team

METROVALLEY TEAM

DALE SARTOR, P.E.  

DALE SARTOR, P.E.

Dale Sartor, P.E., heads the LBNL Building Technologies Applications Team which assists in the transfer of new and underutilized technology through project focused multi-disciplinary teams. Dale has an AB in Architecture, and a Masters in Business Administration. He is a licensed Mechanical Engineer, and a licensed General Building Contractor. He has over thirty five years of professional experience in energy efficiency and renewable energy applications including ten years as a principal of an architecture and engineering company, and seven years as the head of LBL's In-House Energy Management Program. Dale is an active volunteer in professional organizations, and lectures extensively. Dale serves on the core team for the EPA/FEMP Labs21 program and oversees an R&D program at LBNL focused on energy efficiency in buildings for high tech industries (i.e. laboratories, cleanrooms, and data centers).

PETER RUMSEY, POINT ENERGY INNOVATIONS  

PETER RUMSEY

Peter is an international leader and innovator in low energy buildings. He pioneered such key building innovations as chilled beams, radiant cooling, data center economizers, zero energy buildings and affordable LEED Platinum buildings. He is an ASHRAE Fellow and a Senior Fellow at Rocky Mountain Institute. Peter is the Founder and CEO of Point Energy Innovations. Peter is a lecturer at Stanford University. He works with the most innovative tech companies in the US including Apple and Google. He has done significant work for Infosys and has been working with Metrovalley for the last 3 years. His numerous honors include Renewable Energy Innovator of the Year from the Association of Energy Engineers and the ASHRAE Award of Engineering Excellence for the Packard Foundation's net zero energy headquarters an award only given 4 times in the last 100 years.

DR. M. NADEEM  

Dr. M. NADEEM

Nadeem is an innovative team member at Metrovalley, who holds a doctorate and a master's degree in Mechanical Engineering from IIT Delhi. He is a specialist in air-conditioning and building Automation Energy Systems. His experience of 23 years spreads across many countries and major corporates. He has designed projects involving diverse system solutions including geo-thermal, heat exchangers for data centers, heat recovery units, solar-based hybrid system and substations. Currently at Metrovalley we are involved in creating lower cost and low energy use cooling strategies for hot and arid as well as arid and wet weather requirements.

LIRA GOSWAMI  

LIRA GOSWAMI

With a Masters in law from Columbia University and 20 years of experience in diverse areas of law, Legal 500 lists Lira Goswami as one of India's top attorneys. As Metrovalley's legal strategist, she is actively involved in reviewing Metrovalley's planning solutions, sanitizes our work for the validity of our claims and protection thereof. Apart from advising an array of FORTUNE 100 clients on cross border transactions, she has been actively involved in environmental issues from a regulatory and developmental perspective. Among the many works co-authored by Lira, those relating to environment are Global Legal Group's International Comparative Legal Guide to Environment Law (2008); Practical Law Company's India chapter on Environment Q&A (2010/11) and the India Environmental Protocol for ENSR Corporation. She is a founding partner of Associated Law Advisers, a leading Indian law firm.

SUDHIR JOHN HORO  

SUDHIR JOHN HORO

Horo has for years extended design solutions into vehicles of communication without barriers of language or social hierarchy. An alumnus of the National Institute of Design, his work for Brand India across various geographies during important events like the World Economic Forum, UN General Assembly, UN Climate Change Conference, European Parliament Sessions has been widely acclaimed for its simplicity and effectiveness. Horo has worked with the Metrovalley team in the quest to evolve unique dimension of infrastructure design and solutions designed on the basis of social and cultural needs of modern day living in emerging Indian workplace, habitats and cities.

 
Metrovalley aspires
to high ideals
that are not
predicated on superficial extravaganza.
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Founding Partner
OPEN Architecture
China
     

TEAM MEMBERS SPEAK

Listen to DALE SARTOR, from Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, talk about Metrovalley collaboration

 

Listen to Lira Goswami talk on the social imperative
of Metrovalley projects.