Baha Sadreddin is a Sustainable Design Specialist based in Portland, Oregon. He specializes in sustainability services in site selection, climate-responsive design, renewable energy planning and integration, and financial modeling, and has contributed to a broad range of projects including electronics, manufacturing, data center, industrial, and office facilities.
Baha has worked at multiple engineering and design firms including CH2M in Portland, Oregon, Gensler in Newport Beach, California, Transsolar in Stuttgart, Germany, Hart Howerton in New York City, and High Performance Environments Lab in Eugene, Oregon.
Baha received his master’s degree in Design Studies in Energy and Environments from Harvard University while concurrently enrolling in graduate coursework at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. He received a five-year professional degree in architecture with a focus on sustainability from University of Oregon. Over his academic and professional career, he has been the recipient of multiple scholarships, awards, and honors. Most notably, he was selected as one of the two nationwide recipients of the Michael Cunningham Fellowship Award, First Place Award recipient in the Northeast Sustainable Energy Association’s Net-Zero Design Competition, and the Centurion Leadership Award from the University of Oregon’s Dean’s Office.