Lou Markovic is an Associate with Rothschild Doyno Collaborative. Lou is dedicated to the advancement of performance-based sustainable building concepts and methods. He aims to further sustainable goals by researching innovations in building assembly science.
He believes in collaboration with project team members through exploration in order to inform sustainable design solutions and disseminate information. Both within our own office and for our projects, Lou seeks ways to implement sustainable practice and enhance the workplace environment. One such way is through integration of energy modeling into the building design process.
Lou is a registered architect and a Certified Passive House Consultant (CPHC). His experience helps him to mentor staff in the development of project specifications, understanding the importance of this integral part of design. Lou expands the application of Revit software to align with the unique passions of individual staff members. He strives to advance techniques and standards to produce accurate and well-coordinated construction documents. Lou incorporates what he learns from investigation of building performance to advance documentation convention and detail.
Lou has a Bachelor of Arts from the University of Minnesota. He continued his studies at Clemson University, where he received a Master of Architecture.