Hilary Noll

Associate Principal

AIA, Fitwel, LEED AP BD+C

Hilary is an architect and social impact designer specializing in sustainability. A background in environmental studies and community development informs her work with groups through participatory design to achieve holistic place-based solutions that address issues of resilience, social justice, health, ecology and decarbonization.

As sustainability integration leader, she serves as an expert design resource and process facilitator to advance building and site performance across the practice. Hilary’s passion for community resilience and affordable housing is evident within trailblazing projects that improve people’s lives, including Maceo May Apartments, which incorporates modular construction to create 105 homes for formerly homeless Veterans and their families, and the Resilient by Design Bay Area Challenge, a collaboration with communities in North Richmond, CA to develop projects using infrastructure dollars to leverage health and wealth benefits for historically disinvested communities.

Education

  • Mount Holyoke College — Bachelor of Arts Environmental Studies
  • University of New Mexico — Master of Architecture

Memberships And Accreditations

  • American Institute of Architects
  • Fitwel Ambassador
  • LEED Accredited Professional, BD+C

Community

  • ABQ Architecture 2030 District, Founder and Past Chair
  • Albequerque Mayoral Climate Task Force, Past Member
  • City of San Francisco Zero Emission Building Task Force, Past Member
  • Fitwel Advisory Board Member
  • Living Building Challenge Ambassador, Past Steering Committee Chair
  • SPUR Building Decarbonization Taskforce, Member
  • USGBC New Mexico Climate Action Task Force, Past Member