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Sarah Balz
Chair, Women of ASPE



Sarah is a Piping/Plumbing Engineer with Affiliated Engineers, Inc., a global engineering consulting firm. With AEI since earning her bachelor’s degree in architectural engineering from the Milwaukee School of Engineering in 1996, Sarah has become responsible for the design of large-scale, technically complex building projects for federal government, higher education, and pharma/biotech clients. A member of AEI’s Water Initiative team, Sarah is in a constant forward motion, researching and proposing new and unique solutions to energy and water conservation for her clients’ projects. She has contributed to a number of LEED projects, including the King Abdullah University of Science and Technology – the world’s largest collection of LEED Platinum buildings, the LEED Platinum Advanced Energy Research and Technology Center at Stony Brook University (NY), the LEED Gold Silverman Hall for Molecular Therapeutics and Diagnostics at Northwestern University, and the LEED Gold Biorenewables Complex at Iowa State University. Sarah, PM Engineer Magazine’s 2014 Plumbing Engineer of the Year, has been an active member of ASPE, holding office leadership positions, including her past chapter presidency role with the Wisconsin chapter, has been a frequent speaker for ASPE’s Symposiums, Conventions, and webinars, and contributing to the ASPE Plumbing Engineering Design Handbook.  

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