An architect, Shreejay had always wondered about the best ways to design climate-specific sustainable buildings. His quest led him to pursue a graduate degree focusing on building performance simulations and he earned a master’s in design studies concentrating on Energy and Environments from Harvard Graduate School of Design.
At Page, Shreejay works closely with the design team using building performance simulation modeling to help make data-driven design decisions. He incorporates energy-efficient methodologies, carbon simulations, daylighting and comfort features into early design phases, leading to efficient and cost-effective buildings that also are very comfortable for users.
He is a big proponent of keeping abreast of the latest tools and advances such as computational and generative design to improve Page's designs and work process. Shreejay is actively involved with industry associations, serving as a board member of the Houston chapter of the International Building Simulation Association (IBPSA). He has published a paper on enhancing thermal comfort for post-disaster shelters and presented at IBPSA’s international conference.
Shreejay earned his B.Arch from Tribhuvan University, Nepal.