Margaret Montgomery serves as NBBJ’s firmwide sustainability leader, managing numerous energy initiatives and crafting long-term strategies for a more environmentally responsible architectural practice. She has more than 30 years of experience in civic, commercial, corporate, higher education and healthcare architecture. Her work includes the U.S. Courthouse in Billings, Montana, which is tracking LEED Gold; and the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation Campus in Seattle, the world’s largest LEED Platinum non-profit headquarters.
Margaret is the current chair of the national AIA Energy Leadership Group. Previously, she served as Chair of the Large Firm Roundtable Sustainability Committee, served on the board of AIA Seattle and co-chaired its What Makes It Green program and was a member of the AIA Energy Education Working Group. She is also involved with Better Bricks, the Cascadia Green Building Council and Seattle Climate Partners.