Andrew Zumwalt-Hathaway is a Senior Sustainability Portfolio Manager
for Vidaris. He is also a Co-Chair on the New York
City Urban Green Council’s Green Codes Task Force.
Andy was the first LEED Accredited Professional in New York and the 6th in
the United States. With hands-on experience working with LEED since 1999, Andy leads projects through the LEED Process from planning/programming phases through construction administration and operations. He is an excellent resource on energy and water conservation measures, green building materials assessment, and indoor air quality issues.
As a Sustainable Design Consultant, Andy worked on many of the first LEED
Projects in New York including the Department of Environmental Conservation
Headquarters, The Hearst World Headquarters and the Solaire. He also was the
LEED Consultant for the Clinton Presidential Center in Little Rock, the
Terminal “A” Development for MassPort in Boston, the Gilman Hall
renovation for Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore and Myrtle Hall for
Pratt Institute in Brooklyn. Current projects include a variety of building
types for Brown University, NYC School Construction Authority and The Environmental Defense Fund.
Andy has trained over 5,000 design and construction professionals on the
requirements, technologies and processes involved with the LEED Rating
Systems. He is a talented speaker with a solid grasp on the technical
material and an ability to convey that material to a diverse