The Resilient Buildings Group team works exceptionally well together, has synergistic skills and interests, and are all recognized as leaders within the building, energy, environment, and historic preservation communities.
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Dana Nute, General Manager
Dana Nute coordinates technical and construction measures for deep-energy retrofit and high-performance buildings. He has been The Jordan Institute's representative as an intervener with the New Hampshire Public Utilities Commission on Energy Efficiency Programs, a member of the New Hampshire Climate Collaborative, and as a voting member of the Energy Efficiency and Sustainable Energy Board. He came to Jordan after twelve years as the Director of Housing Rehabilitation and Energy Conservation for the Community Action Program Belknap-Merrimack Counties, Inc. Prior to his work with the CAPs, he managed and developed large commercial construction projects throughout the Northeast and overseas. He is a State-certified energy auditor with the New Hampshire Office of Energy and Planning, on the Board of Directors of the Residential Energy Performance Association, on the Advisory Board for the State of New Hampshire Weatherization Assistance Program, a member of the Statewide Steering Committee for Healthy Homes, and a member of the National Weatherization Plus 2015 Committee in Washington, DC. Dana is a graduate of Northeastern University with a civil engineering degree working in construction management and development. He received the 2009 U.S. Department of Energy Management and Administration Award.
Paul Leveille, High Performance Building Specialist
Paul Leveille works with interested parties through the design, construction, and operation to optimize energy and environmental performance in buildings, including energy efficiency, pollution prevention, indoor environmental quality, and site protection. He led Jordan’s high-performance buildings program for 7 years and has been instrumental in certifying more than 50 LEED projects. He is also a Certified Building Commissioning Professional. Paul is the past Director of Facilities for the Society for the Protection of NH Forests, the state’s oldest and largest land conservation organization. Among those facilities he oversaw was the award-winning Conservation Center, a showcase for passive solar design. He oversaw lighting upgrades, installation of the then largest utility inter-tie solar electric system in NH, and a central woodchip-fired heating system. He also guided the addition of a state-of-the-art addition that features a super-insulated and air-tight envelope, day-lighting, local materials, composting toilets, a full grey-water recycling system, non-toxic materials and more. The project was New England’s first LEED certified building and earned a Gold rating. Paul has chaired the Environmental Committee of the NH Chapter of the American Institute of Architects and the NH Sustainable Energy Association. He has two degrees in engineering and previously worked in the architecture field.
Scott Maslansky, C-PACE Program Manager, Business Development, and Building Energy Analyst
Scott is leading the NH C-PACE financing initiative with support from partner organizations and businesses. In his
role, he works with commercial building owners, municipal officials, energy-project contractors and installers,
lenders and investors, and other interested parties to manage a new program for financing energy-efficiency
and renewable-energy projects in New Hampshire. Scott also develops RBG consulting projects and works on
Level I and Level II energy audits for commercial buildings.
Scott has worked in the field of commercial and residential energy efficiency since 2009. Most recently, Scott
worked for LighTec, Inc. of Merrimack, NH where he developed an account with Liberty Utilities, expanding and
implementing their Gas Multifamily Energy Efficiency Program. He worked with weatherization contractors,
building owners, and property managers to develop weatherization projects for facilities ranging from 5 unit
condominiums to 350 unit apartment complexes. He also coordinated and helped develop the Liberty Utilities
Early Boiler Replacement Program and assisted with LighTec’s commercial lighting retrofit sales.
In 2012-2013 Scott managed BetterBuildings Nashua for the Community Development Finance Authority,
coordinating commercial and residential energy efficiency projects, reviewing work scopes, assisting with
financing, and completing inspections for projects ranging from basic weatherization and high efficiency HVAC
system replacements, to a complete gut rehabs on an historic building. He is certified as a Building Analyst by
the Building Performance Institute (BPI) and has completed hundreds of residential energy audits and blower
door tests in the MassSave program.
Before entering the field of energy efficiency, Scott worked for 8 years in community economic development,
directing a program to promote locally sourced wood products and the artisans and ecotourism of the North
Quabbin region of Massachusetts.
Chase Pennoyer, Energy Analyst
Chase Pennoyer graduated in 2016 from the University of Colorado at Boulder with a Bachelor of Arts in Environmental Studies and a certificate from Renewable and Sustainable Energy Institute at the National Renewable Energy Laboratory. His studies focused primarily on energy science and technologies, sustainable energy laws, regulations, and policies, and energy and entrepreneurial business skills. Chase interned for Resilient Buildings Group in the summer of 2016 and developed his knowledge of building energy usage. Chase is experienced with material life cycle analysis and building energy benchmarking.
Alison Keay, LEED AP-Homes; BPI Building Analyst: Building Energy Analyst
Alison Keay is a BPI certified building analyst with experience in blower door testing of residential, multi-family, and commercial buildings, as well as infrared imaging for building diagnostics. Currently, she is the only certified LEED for Homes-Accredited Professional in New Hampshire, is also a certified LEED Green Rater, and is pursuing a Certificate Program in Historic Preservation at Plymouth State University, and has performed numerous RPRs for Historic Review Documentation. She has worked on Level I and Level II energy audits for retail spaces, restaurants, warehouses, municipal buildings, multifamily housing, child care facilities, and single-family residential buildings. She is experienced with launching and reading data-logging equipment and other forms of building monitoring and verification, as well as mechanical systems and renewable-energy systems such as solar thermal, photovoltaics, and wood pellet boilers. Alison works on commercial and residential LEED projects and Deep Energy Retrofits, assisting with site supervision and financial rebate acquisition. She is a graduate of Keene State College with a Bachelor of Science in Architecture. Her focus in the architecture program was sustainable architecture and building science.
Prudy Veysey, Office Manager
Prudy Veysey is a graduate from the University of New Hampshire at Plymouth with her BS degree in Business Administration. She worked as the Executive Assistant to the Business Manager, Board of Trustees, Buildings and Grounds Committee, and Finance Committee for many years at Proctor Academy, an environmentally responsible private high school, where every day is Earth Day. While there, she assisted with upgrades to existing buildings and new construction that incorporated high standards of sustainability including energy efficiency, recycled materials, and renewable energy. Recently she was employed as office manager and as executive/personal assistant to the CEO of Napo Pharmaceuticals, Inc. Napo is a privately held pharmaceutical company based in San Francisco, California. Outside of work she can be found upgrading the efficiency and comfort of her 1825 home in Gilmanton Corners with her family or restoring her 1973 Volkswagen bus.
Kathy Donohoe, Certified Public Accountant
Kathy Donohoe is the principal of her own CPA firm. She provides all financial accounting, bookkeeping and financial management services for both Resilient Buildings Group and The Jordan Institute. She has more than 30 years of experience in financial analysis, taxation, accounting, and bookkeeping. Her clients include a variety of for-profit and non-profit firms. Prior to forming her own practice, Ms. Donohoe worked with accounting firms including Nathan Weschler & Company, CPA and John Killion & Company, CPA. She is affiliated with the New Hampshire Society of Certified Public Accountants, the Rotary Club of Hopkinton, NH, the New Hampshire Association of Realtors, and the Commercial Industrial Board of Realtors. She is a licensed Real Estate Agent. She holds a BA in Economics from Dartmouth College and an MS in Accounting from Bentley University.