Daniel is a Building Science Engineer on RDH’s Research, Energy, and Forensics team. His versatility allows him to contribute to many of RDH’s core practice areas, including New Buildings, Building Science Labs, and Energy & Sustainability, while also contributing to our Training and Publications services.

Daniel leads RDH’s Thermal Simulation team, where he specializes in analyzing the thermal performance of building enclosure systems. He is also the lead author of several industry guidelines and standards related to thermal modeling, including the CSA Z5010 Standard and the THERM PH Window Simulation procedure.

Daniel completed a master’s degree in Building Science at the University of Toronto, where his research focused on indoor air quality, filter forensics, and occupant comfort.

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