Thank you This live web event has ended. Thank you for attending. Contributors Kelly Roberts, P.E., S.E., LEED AP BD+C Kelly Roberts is a Principal and Project Manager at Walter P Moore with structural design experience ranging from educational and healthcare facilities to high-rise office towers. She leads WPM’s Sustainable Design Community of Practice for the structures group; specializing in Whole Building Life Cycle Assessment and the use of sustainable and salvaged materials. She is a founding board member of the non-profit material reuse center, the Lifecycle Building Center of Greater Atlanta, where she currently serves as an Advisory Board member. Kelly is a Market Leadership Advisory Board member of USGBC Georgia and currently serves on the USGBC Materials & Resources Technical Advisory Group. She is a co-chair for the Atlanta Carbon leadership Forum HUB, the immediate Past-President of ACI Georgia, a Steering Committee member for AIA Atlanta COTE, and a member of the ACI 318 Sustainability Committee. She is also the founding chair of the NCSEA Sustainable Design Committee and an Advisory Council member of the SEI Sustainability Committee’s SE 2050 task force. Kelly was named as one of the 100 Most Influential Women by Engineering Georgia Magazine and is a 2017 Design Futures Council Emerging Leader and an ENR Magazine Top Young Professional. Megan Stringer, P.E., S.E., LEED AP BD+C Megan Stringer is an Associate Principal with Holmes Structures. As the firm’s in-house sustainability expert, Megan brings a keen eye for reducing a structure’s embodied carbon and use of unnecessary materials. Megan is versed in working with large design teams by having led structural design for the largest mass timber project in North America amassing ~350,000 SF of Cross-Laminated Timber. She is the incoming Vice President of SEAONC and also serves as co-chair of the SEI Sustainability Committee. Within her committee work she has been educating the building industry on the role structural engineers have in quantifying and reducing the environmental impacts of structural systems and the importance of disaster resilience.