IPCI's Advisory Council consists of members from the architectural profession. Council members are intrinsically involved in the CES development process, and are frequently asked to contribute to the design of IPCI course materials, learning objectives, presentation materials, and are specifically asked what additional resources IPCI can develop that would be beneficial to architects, engineers, general contractors, and designers.
Holly DuMont of the Daimler Chrysler AAME Building Group has been using polished concrete in her projects for years. Holly continues to focus on sustainable design.
Pavel Getov received a Master of Architecture degree from the Southern California Institute of Architecture (SCI-Arc) in 1993, and a Diploma of Architect from the Higher Institute of Architecture and Civil Engineering, Sofia, Bulgaria in 1988.
He has worked with Richard Meier and Partners, NBBJ and currently with Morphosis on numerous nationally and internationally recognized projects.
He has lectured at University of Cincinnati, SCI-Arc, UCLA, University of Southern California, The Cooper Union and Carnegie Mellon University, as well as for the Urban Land Institute, US Green Building Council and for the American Institute of Architects.
Mathew Lutz is Assistant Professor, College of Architecture and Urban Studies, within the Interior Design Program at Virginia Tech. After receiving his Bachelor of Fine Arts at the Historic Preservation, Savannah College of Art and Design, he went on to receive his Master of Architecture at Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University.
Scott Hatmaker graduated from the University of Tennessee College of Architecture and Design in 2001 and is currently working as an intern architect for 3g Studios Architecture and Planning in Knoxville, TN.