With degrees in both architecture and engineering, Louise leads the development of Introba’s global Life Cycle Assessment (LCA) practice.
Louise Hamot is in charge of Introba’s global research and development and thought leadership program around sustainability. She is in charge of the Impact Fund for sustainability, supervising the projects as well as being actively involved. In parallel to this, she has been leading the life cycle practice, supporting global teams in low carbon assessment, and advising architects and clients on design strategies to minimize their environmental impact.
Louise is well known for her work around the whole life carbon of building services/MEP. She is the primary author of different industry standards such as CIBSE TM65, a co-author of the upcoming RICS Whole Life Carbon Professional Statement, and is involved in several international industry collaboration working groups, for instance: Low Energy Transformation Initiative (LETI) and WLCN (UK), ASHRAE decarbonization taskforce (US) and MEP 2040 challenge (CLF).
Louise brings an international vision and, as both an architect and an engineer, a holistic understanding of the built environment.