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



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

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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

The Integrated Design Lab | Bozeman is funded by the Northwest Energy Efficiency Alliance. Our services include energy and lighting analysis for Montana architects and engineers who wish to become more aware of the environmental impacts of energy consumption.  We are your Montana contact for energy and daylighting information, education,  and tools for assessing integrated design decisions.   


MSU News: Jabs Hall Wins Regional Recognition

image source: Montana State University Communications


"Jabs Hall at MSU took first place for the best project in the higher education/research category in the mountain states region of the ENR Regional Best Projects Awards. The award came from ENR, or Engineering News-Record, a prominent magazine focused on the construction industry.

The project won the award based on its performance in several categories, including teamwork and overcoming challenges, safety, innovation and contribution to industry, construction quality and design quality, according to Jake Van Dusen, project engineer with Dick Anderson Construction, who submitted information about the project to ENR."

Please follow this link to read more!