Professor and Program Leader, Construction Management
M.Arch, A.I.A., LEED® APHuman Ecology Building, Room 201J
Phone: (517) 353-0781
Research Interests: Energy, energy codes, energy assessments, sustainability, construction contracts, construction project management.
- Construction Industry Research and Education Center
- Michigan Energy Codes Training and Implementation Project
Tim Mrozowski A.I.A., LEED® AP BDC, is a practicing architect and Professor of Construction Management in SPDC at MSU where he Co-Directs the MSU Construction Industry Research and Education Center (CIREC). He conducts research on sustainability, application of LEED® to design and construction, energy codes, energy audits, energy modeling and construction project management. Mrozowski has traveled to Italy extensively over the last 10 years and provided LEED® AP services for the LEED® Platinum Plesso scolastico Loc. Romarzollo, Arco (TN), Italy and educational consultancy to the Green Building Council Italia, as it was being formed. His recent research and outreach projects include: Deep Energy Retrofit research sponsored by the U.S. Department of Energy, the Michigan Energy Code Training and Implementation Project, Great Lakes High Performance Building Conference, application of LEED standards to Northern Climates, a study of a biomass fuel storage facility for the T.B. Simon Power Plant, energy assessments for the 15,000 student MSU Residence Hall System, adoption of LEED® construction standards at MSU, and construction project management research and outreach on change orders, construction project closeout, post occupancy evaluation and project management of steel construction.