Amy Costello, P.E., is a Sustainability Manager at Armstrong Flooring, a global floor design/manufacturing corporation based in Lancaster, Pa. In this position, she is responsible for developing and managing sustainability strategies and initiatives. Amy works closely with technical, marketing, and sales to develop programs and tools for customers and serves as a liaison with all divisions to implement a unified global sustainability strategy. In 2007, Amy joined Armstrong as Sr. Environmental Scientist in the Building Products Division where she was responsible for the technical aspects of their sustainability program, which included managing global codes/standards efforts, recommending strategies to improve product environmental sustainability and conducting life cycle assessments to reduce the environmental impact of products, materials and packaging. Prior to joining Armstrong, Amy managed the Air, Noise and Energy Section of the Virginia Department of Transportation where she oversaw an engineering team that administered programs related to air quality, noise abatement and energy. During her time at VDOT she received three Commissioner’s Awards for Excellence. Amy is on the Technical Advisory Committee for the US Green Building Council’s Board of Directors. She chairs the ASTM’s Sustainable Manufacturing Sub-Committee and is a member of the General Services Administration (GSA) Green Building Advisory Committee. Amy holds a B.S. in biology from Randolph-Macon Woman’s College and M.S. from the Virginia Commonwealth University. Amy is a licensed Professional Engineer and a LEED AP.