Stanford MS-CEE Civil Engineering Sustainable Design and Construction University of Wyoming Architectural Engineering with Honors Professional Engineer - CA License C86962 LEED Green Associate
Gretchen Heberling Schimelpfenig
Resides in E Palo Alto CA
For Mail Only: PO Box 306
Greensboro, MD21639
Fax: 443-926-9310

Schimelpfenig engineering • energy •
PE • construction

Background: I graduated with an M.S. in Civil and Environmental Engineering, with emphasis in Sustainable Design and Construction, Energy Analysis, in June 2014. My Stanford program is described here. I graduated from the University of Wyoming in December 2012 with my Bachelors of Science in Architectural Engineering and minors in Violin Performance and the Honors Program. I received my LEED Green Associate in 2010 and my Engineer in Training in 2012.

Stanford University MS-CEEStanford University, M.S. Civil & Environmental Engineering,


Autumn

CEE 226: Life Cycle Assessment for Complex Systems Life cycle modeling of products, industrial processes, and infrastructure/building systems; material and energy balances for large interdependent systems; environmental accounting; and life cycle costing. More...

CEE 241T: Fundamentals of Managing Fabrication and Construction Schedule representations including Gantt chart, critical path method (CPM), 4D modeling, and location-based schedules (LBS); activity definition; earned value analysis (EVA) and plan percent complete (PPC) More...

CEE 258: Donald R. Watson Seminar in Construction Engineering and Management Presentations from construction industry leaders.

CEE 244: Fundamentals of Construction Accounting and Finance Concepts of financial accounting and economics emphasizing the construction industry. More...

E202W Technical Writing For small independent projects.

CEE299 ELOP Project An international team project focused on improvements to a Palo Alto Infill area. Joint cooperation between Stanford University and Bern University. Details here and here. My February 2014 team presentation is   here (password is "elop6")


Winter 2013-14

CEE 176A: Energy Efficient Buildings Analysis and design. Thermal analysis of building envelope, heating and cooling requirements, HVAC, and building integrated PV systems. More...

CEE 256: Building Systems (CEE 156) HVAC, lighting, and envelope systems for commercial and institutional buildings, with a focus on energy efficient design. Within this class, we developed models for portable classroom designs in South Africa (see ESW project).  Technical charts here. More about the course...

CEE 241T: Infrastructure Project Development (Project) Analysis of the condition of the nation's infrastructure and how projects are planned and financed. More...

CEE 277X: Topics in Sustainable Engineering, Part I of ESW project Public and private sources of finance for large, complex, capital-intensive projects in developed and developing countries. This 'Engineers for a Sustainable World' 2013-2014 project focuses on a South African computer training facility. More...


Spring 2014

CEE 277X: Part 2 of the ESW Project Continuation of the group project for the South African training facility. The February 2014 release of this report  is here.

CEE 226E: Advanced Topics in Integrated, Energy-Efficient Building Design Innovative methods and systems for the integrated design and evaluation of energy efficient buildings. More...

CS 106A: Programming Methodology Object-oriented design, decomposition, encapsulation, abstraction, and testing. Uses the Java programming language. More...

CEE248 Real Estate Development Conceptual and feasibility studies, market perspectives, the public roles, steps for project approval, project finance, contracting and construction, property management, and sales. More...

CEE 210 Building Information Modeling Process and tools available for creating 2D and 3D computer representations of building components and geometries, architectural views and construction documents, renderings and animations. More...

Stanford University MS-CEE B.S. Architectural Engineering, with Honors, Structural Emphasis, December 2012, GPA 3.51

University of Wyoming Undergraduate Classes

  • Building Materials and Construction Methods
  • Mechanics of Materials
  • Fundamentals of Building Performance
  • Civil Engineering Materials
  • HVAC
  • Electrical Circuits
  • Structural Analysis I and II
  • Transport Phenomena
  • Soil Mechanics
  • Masonry Design
  • Concrete Design
  • Structural Steel and Steel Design
  • Civil Engineering Practice
  • Thermodynamics & Fluid Dynamics
  • Physical Geology
  • Architectural Design I and II
  • Green Building Theory
  • All physics and calculus courses (I-III), differential equations
  • Intro Problem solving (parametric analysis)
  • Statics and Dynamics
  • Architectural Graphics I, II
  • Engineering Statistics, Technical Writing
  • Engineering Economics

North Caroline High School, Ridgely Maryland
St. Johns High School in Washington DC

  • GPA 4.1
  • Archbishop Hannah Honors Society