Kevin Amende, Director
IDL | Bozeman
Montana State University
320 Roberts Hall
Bozeman, MT 59717

406.994.4934

kamende@me.montana.edu

We are located at
121 Cheever Hall [West Wing]
Bozeman, MT 59717 

Lab Directors:

Kevin Amende, P.E.

Jaya Mukhopadhyay, Ph.D., LEED AP

 

Lab Assistants:

Tom Femrite, 2nd Year MArch

Robin Wilder, 1st Year MArch

Nick Netherda, 4th Year Architecture

Josh Hays, 4th Year Mechanical Engineering

Colin Anderson, 4th Year Mechanical Engineering

Carly Svenvold, 3rd Year Mechanical Engineering

Gabe Doherty, 4th Year Mechanical Engineering

Abigale Snortland, 3rd Year Mechanical Engineering

Sam Bullock, 4th Year Mechanical Engineering Technology

Kazi Nazmul Hasan, 4th Year Comuter Science

ABOUT US

 

Integrated Design Lab - Bozeman


Offering integrated design services to maximize energy efficiency including daylight and electric lighting analysis, energy modeling, and lighting systems consultations.

 

For over 6 years, Integrated Design Lab - Bozeman (IDL - Bozeman) has provided daylighting and energy efficiency analysis to Montana's architects and engineers. Located on Montana State University's Bozeman campus, IDL - Bozeman is affiliated with the School of Architecture. Founded by architecture professor Tom Wood, the IDL - Bozeman is now run by Kevin Amende, P.E., and Jaya Mukhopadhyay, Ph.D, LEED AP.  Students from the architecture program assist with the Lab's projects.

IDL - Bozeman is funded by BetterBricks, the commercial building initiative of the Northwest Energy Efficiency Alliance (NEEA) and NorthWestern Energy in Montana. As part of a larger lab network, IDL - Bozeman works to raise awareness about the environmental impacts of energy consumption, through project analysis, consulting, and training workshops.