The Sustainable Resurrection of an Old Science Building
Kelley Cramm, PE, LEED AP BD+C
Graceland University in Lamoni, Iowa needed an updated science building. Pre-med is one of their signature majors and the students were learning science in a building built in 1954 with very few upgrades. Join the Ozarks ASHRAE Chapter to hear about a case study on the complete transformation of this 1950s circa building into a modern, energy efficient facility for cutting edge science and informal student collaboration.
Kelley Cramm, PE, LEED© AP BD+C
Kelley Cramm is a mechanical engineer with over 39 years of experience in HVAC, plumbing and piping system design. She owned her own consulting engineering firm prior to joining Henderson Engineers in 2007. She has spent much of her career working on complex, technically challenging projects including laboratories, pharmaceutical facilities, and central plants.
Ms. Cramm has been active in ASHRAE throughout her career. She is past chair of the ASHRAE Technical Activities Committee, the Society Program Committee, and serves on numerous Technical and Standing Committees. She is currently a member of the Board of Directors.
She is a past member of the Engineering Division of the Missouri Board for Architects, Professional Engineers, Professional Land Surveyors, and Landscape Architects. She serves on the Kansas City, Missouri Building and Fire Code Board of Appeals. She teaches laboratory HVAC and plumbing design for Tradeline and volunteers for local civil rights and public education initiatives. She also enjoys gardening, sewing, reading, and working out in her spare time.