A Rater’s Journey: Rachel LaMantia

An Energy Rater's Journey - Rachel LaMantia

From Studying Building Science to Applying it on the Jobsite!

Rachel LaMantia is a powerhouse!  After earning her undergraduate degree in sustainable built environments and her masters in design energy conservation, she joined the EnergyLogic team!

We met up with Rachel at our Denver office to learn more about her journey, aspirations, and advice for future energy raters.

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