Lindsey Falasca is the Director of the Building Innovation Hub, which provides critical hands-on assistance to the District’s real estate community and building industry professionals as they work to improve their building’s performance and reduce their greenhouse gas emissions in accordance with the Building Energy Performance Standard set by the CleanEnergy DC Omnibus Act of 2018. With the goal of providing practical but forward-leaning solutions to guide the industry to achieve the District’s visionary future, she works to provide the resources, education, and services needed to help fill the gap between the realities of today’s market with the goals set forth in DC’s sustainability plan.
Previously, Lindsey was a program manager for private sector engagement at IMT where she worked to advance market demand for high-performance buildings and accelerate the adoption of energy efficiency throughout the real estate industry. Prior to joining IMT, Lindsey worked at Hickok Cole Architects, where she was a leader in the firm’s High-Performance Design group. She also worked in the firm’s multifamily residential and commercial office building sectors. She was the Project Architect for the American Geophysical Union headquarters building, the District of Columbia’s first net zero commercial office building renovation. Lindsey holds a bachelor’s of science degree in architecture from the University of Maryland and master’s degrees in both architecture and sustainable design from the Catholic University of America. She is a Registered Architect, LEED BD+C, and a Fitwel Ambassador.