Angela Iraldi

Angela Iraldi, LEED AP BD+C, CPHC, PHIUS+ Verifier

Senior Project Manager

email Angela

As an experienced commissioning, sustainability, and facilities planning consultant, Angela knows her way around both the boiler room and the board room. Her design background and experience in the field provide teams with practical insight into sustainability approaches and implementation. Angela’s technical understanding and personable nature are well-suited to untangling technical challenges, managing diverse teams, and facilitating community outreach. Angela also serves as co-facilitator of Green Building United’s Passive House Community. She received her Bachelor of Arts in Architecture and a Master of Engineering in Industrial Engineering from Lehigh University.

If you know Angela, you won’t be surprised…to find her whipping up a new batch of her homemade limoncello.

Bryan Astheimer

Bryan Astheimer, LEED AP BD+C, AICP, SITES AP, USGBC Faculty

Senior Project Manager

email Bryan

Bryan has over a decade of professional experience in ecologically sensitive site design, sustainable infrastructure master planning (solid waste management, potable water supply, wastewater treatment and reuse, energy generation and distribution, ecological systems), hydrologic analysis and design, LEED consulting and high performance building design within the US and internationally. Bryan received his MS in Urban Environmental Systems Management from Pratt Institute and a BS in Forest Science and Watershed Management at Pennsylvania State University. Bryan is also a certified planner from the American Institute of Certified Planners.

If you know Bryan, you won’t be surprised… if he nicely corrects your attempt at tree identification.

David Salamon

David Salamon, CPHD, CPHC

Architectural Designer; Passive House Specialist

email David
David is passionate about designing architecture that improves the lives of individuals and their communities. Prior to earning his Bachelor of Arts in Architecture at the University of New Mexico and a Master of Architecture with a Certificate in Ecological Architecture at the University of Pennsylvania, David designed and built off-grid and passive solar homes. With this background, David approaches architecture through the eyes of a designer, ecologist, craftsperson, and builder. David is a Certified Passive House Designer, the first elected President of the Greater Philadelphia Passive House Association, and Adjunct Assistant Professor at Temple University where he teaches energy modeling seminars. At Re:Vision, David provides architectural design and high-performance / Passive House consulting services.

If you know David, you won’t be see him sifting through dunes of Legos with his daughter.

Drew Lavine

Drew Lavine, AIA, LFA, CPHD, LEED AP


email Drew

As Director of the Architecture studio, Drew specializes in the creation of places for people to thrive. He designs deep-green projects, including net-zero energy, Living Building Challenge, and Passive House. His childhood in the Appalachian mountains, Bauhaus education at Virginia Tech, and early architectural career in both San Francisco and Philadelphia have formed the foundation for Drew’s practice of Architecture. He draws inspiration from nature and the power of grassroots community education to create positive change. A passionate leader in the Philadelphia green building community, Drew is focused on our common future through the lens of holistic design thinking and practice.

If you know Drew, you won’t be surprised… to find him in a classroom teaching kids about sustainability.

Eli Agia

Elias Agia, Assoc. AIA, LEED Green Associate

Architectural Designer

email Elias

Eli is a committed designer who is equally driven to achieve quality architectural processes, outcomes, and relationships. With a strong track record working with universities, schools, and developers, Eli is keenly aware of how spaces can elevate the ways we live and learn. As a volunteer with AIA Philadelphia’s Committee on the Environment, Eli is particularly active on Zero-Waste issues and the AIA 2030 Challenge. Eli holds a Bachelor of Architecture with a Minor in Sustainability in the Built Environment from Drexel University.

If you know Eli, you won’t be surprised.... to find him trekking through the Wissahickon, always on the lookout for a new trail to explore.

Evan Hauptmann

Evan Hauptmann, AIA, LEED AP, CPHD

Project Architect

email Evan
Evan is a registered architect who has had a hand in many beautiful spaces and joined Re:Vision to shape places that are not just beautiful but also sustainable. Having worked in New York, Vancouver, Washington DC and Asheville, Evan appreciates place-based and climate-based architecture. Evan has worked on projects from 3,000 sf to 300,000 sf and cares about details large and small. In addition to his architectural degrees and LEED Accreditation, Evan holds a certificate in Urban Permaculture Design and is a Certified Passive House Designer.

If you know Evan, you won’t be surprised…to bump into him chasing his son down a hiking trail.
Kristen Suzda

Kristen Suzda, RA, CPHD, LEED AP, LFA

Project Manager

email Kristen

Kristen has over a decade of experience in academic, institutional, and housing work. She began her career in historic preservation to extend the life of existing buildings. In subsequent work with adaptive re-use and renovation, Kristen integrated this expertise in time-tested buildings. Kristen is motivated to create thoughtful, humane spaces that serve current needs while preserving resources for future generations. Kristen is a Registered Architect, Certified Passive House Designer, and LEED AP with a BA from Wesleyan University, and a Master of Architecture and Master of Science in Historic Preservation from University of Pennsylvania.

If you know Kristen, you won’t be surprised if…she is a bit mud-splattered from her bike commute.

Kristie Broussard

Kristie Broussard, LEED AP O+M, BD+C, CPHC, WELL AP


email Kristie

Kristie diplomatically and efficiently guides interdisciplinary teams in moving green projects from concept through completion. Having worked as an interior designer, facilities planner and sustainability manager at a construction management firm, Kristie brings practical understanding of sustainability from multiple perspectives. Kristie has a BS in Interior Design from Philadelphia University, is Green Advantage Certified and a faculty member, is actively involved in Green Building United, and is a LEED study group facilitator.

If you know Kristie, you won’t be surprised…to find her in her organic garden defending her tomato plants from an onslaught of hungry squirrels.

Mike Cronomiz

Mike Cronomiz, RA, LEED AP, CPHD

Senior Project Manager

email Mike

Growing up around farms, Mike developed an early appreciation for climate-appropriate and site-sensitive architecture. Mike has refined this experiential understanding of green buildings through design and technical research to arrive at architectural solutions that are both thoughtfully-designed and carefully engineered. Mike is a PassiveHouse International Certified Designer, a graduate of Philadelphia University’s School of Architecture, and an adjunct professor in building systems.

If you know Mike, you won’t be surprised…if he stops to strip a road-side refrigerator of its parts for his latest invention.

Nick Semon

Nick Semon, LEED AP BD+C, PHIUS+ Verifier

Senior Project Manager; Testing Specialist

email Nick
Nick helps teams to create buildings that are simply good for everyone. His experience working with non-profits, AEC firms, and public bodies has made him a technical guy with a holistic approach to sustainable buildings. He has authored regional sustainability guidelines and created self-assessment tools for school managers to measure environmental metrics. Nick's background is in Civil Engineering, with a BS from Penn State and an MS from UC Berkeley. He is active in the leadership of the Pennsylvania Green and Healthy Schools Partnership.

If you know Nick, you won't be see him credited as a producer for the West Coast premier of Jerry Springer: The Opera.

Sharon Dangelo

Sharon D'Angelo

Operations & Finance Manager

email Sharon

Sharon, ‘What Would We Possibly Do Without Sharon???’, D’Angelo is the backbone of our operations. With a background in finance and administration, Sharon is the goddess of financial flows at Re:Vision and keeps our internal operations humming.

If you know Sharon, you won’t be surprised…to see an Out-of-Office reply during the Burning Man festival where she performs fire arts.