Mark Lucuik | U.S. Green Building Council
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Mark Lucuik

  • AP-BDC Certified
  • AP-Homes Certified
  • LEED Fellow

Mark has been involved in the field of sustainability since the early 1990’s and has worked on many notable North American green buildings. Mark is a past long serving member of the Board of Directors of the Canada Green Building Council (past Vice-Chair), sits on the Board of the Athena Institute, and was a founding board member of the Ottawa Chapter of the CaGBC. Mark co-chairs the LEED Canada Steering Committee for the Canada Green Building Council, and was a past member of several CaGBC committees and task groups.

Mark’s expertise in LEED, Building Envelopes, and the embodied material effects of building materials have allowed him to work on over one hundred green buildings in Canada and the United States. Mark helps design and construction teams achieve their green goals, including LEED, efficiently. Mark has given courses, seminars, and presentation on aspects of sustainability to government departments, high profile green architects and designers, and numerous North American conferences. Mark has also won a national engineering award for charity work for the Shepherd’s of Good Hope in 2000.

Mark is a practising engineer and has specialized knowledge in the fields of durability, building science and embodied environmental material effects. Mark is a firm believer in the benefits of green construction, and the necessity of change to reflect our changing climate. Mark demonstrates these beliefs by considering environmental effects in all professional and personal decisions.

Mark Lucuik, P.Eng. LEED Fellow is a principal and the director of sustainability at Morrison Hershfield Consulting Engineers. Morrison Hershfield is a multidisciplinary North American engineering and management firm, providing services within the Transportation, Building, Municipal, Utilities and Telecommunications sectors.