Hannah Durschlag has experience assessing the condition, insulation, airtightness, and water penetration resistance of existing structures as well as in peer review for new building enclosure design. She has assisted in projects ranging from large-scale air leakage testing research to drawing reviews, in addition to thermal and hygrothermal computer modeling.
Hannah is currently an enclosure consultant at Vidaris, Inc. Prior to joining Vidaris, Ms. Durschlag was an associate at Wiss, Janney, Elstner Associates. She has a degree in civil engineering from Northwestern University and a Master of Science in Building Technology from MIT, where her research focused on the air leakage of concrete forms, concentrating on a comparison to typical wood frame construction.
2012 SMBT Thesis: Air Leakage of Insulated Concrete Form Houses