Raymond Hensley, P.E.

A LEED Accredited Professional

Raymond Hensley

Mr. Hensley is a leader in environmental and sustainable engineering, teaching seminars and classes for the American Institute of Architects and U.S. Green Building Council. In conjunction with Albuquerque Public Schools, he is developing a technical curriculum for magnet schools and Academy High Schools to promote engineering technical graduates.

  • Past-President, New Mexico Society of Professional Engineers
  • Vice President Engineering Affairs, New Mexico Society of Professional Engineers
  • American Society of Heating, Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Engineers
  • National Society of Professional Engineers
  • Member of the Albuquerque International Sunport Airport Advisory Committee on Noise Abatement
  • Member of the County of Bernalillo Ground Water Task Force
  • Member, NM Board of Licensure Task Force on Fire Protection Engineering
  • Director, CASA - Center for Advancement of Sustainable Architecture

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CASA develops the CASA Code Initiative

  1. CASA develops the CASA Code Initiative – a two year program to facilitate the adoption of a progressive Green Building Code in New Mexico. A response to the challenge of raising greenhouse gases and industry consensus.
  2. This long-term project will use Governor Bill Richardson’s Executive Order (05-033), to reduce current GHG emissions to 2000 levels 2012, increase to10% by 2020, and increase to 75% by 2050.
  3. A three-pronged strategy will include: State Agency Involvement, A Code Development Program, and a Political Action-Plan.
  4. This initiative will establish a task force that creates a partnership with the NM State Construction Industries Division; the agency responsible for proposing of all building codes for adoption.
  5. This effort is based on the evidence from actual energy consumption drawn from a recent survey of USGBC LEED For Building Program of significant reduction in, CO2 by 35%-50%, as well as an average of 35%-90% reduction of water use in surveyed buildings.
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