Barbara Lantschner

Barbara is an experienced Building Performance Specialist & Retrofit Coordinator, leading the Hab-Lab Building Performance Evaluation service and Deep Retrofit projects at JGA, focusing on whole house retrofit, Post Occupancy Evaluation (POE), energy efficiency assessment, energy modelling, performance gap assessment, renewable energy assessment, Indoor Air Quality, ventilation and building-users engagement programmes. The majority of this work is for community organisations, public bodies and housing associations. Winner of the Saltire Society’s Innovation in Housing award 2016 for projects relating to the implementation of POE techniques and SHIFT Awards for Small Retrofit Project in 2017. She also has extensive experience in Passive House projects and is currently working on a number of Enerphit projects across Scotland (i.e., Niddrie Road in Glasgow) and presented the work conducted at JGA at the UK PassivHaus Conference, UK All-Energy Conference, UK Energy Saving Trust, the Glasgow Civic Heritage Trust, etc. She was involved in several research projects, including Mechanical Ventilation and Indoor Air Quality research studies for the Scottish Government. Barbara holds a wide range of sustainability accreditations, including Level 5 Diploma in Retrofit Coordination and Risk Management, BREEAM Accredited Professional (AP), Certified Passivhaus Consultant/Designer (CEPH), Domestic Energy Assessor, etc.