Amy Zeboor, IALD, LEED AP
Amy specializes in applying lighting design to create added dimension in architecture. Often, when an architectural budget is tight, Amy has the ability to deliver high-end impact using lighting solutions. Because she is LEED accredited, her designs incorporate a sensitivity to energy use that reduces operational costs exponentially over the life of the building. With 30+ years of experience working with architects, owners and contractors, Amy is able to combine artistic intent with practical construction sense.
Amy is a graduate of Michigan Technological University, with a B.S.E.E. in 1988. Amy began her career working for Meijer, Inc. setting new store standards, construction quality control and implementing remodel projects. This was invaluable experience to understanding the project needs from the owner’s perspective. To gain wider project experience she became Lead Electrical Engineer at Design Forum Architectural and Engineering firm. In 1994 Amy was hired by Design Plus Architectural and Engineering firm as a Lead Project Engineer and continued working there until 2006 when she helped found WPF Engineering.
In her free time Amy enjoys boating and Hiking and spending time with her family and friends. She has two grown children that somehow always need moved somewhere but good thing she likes to travel! She is very thankful to have a supportive husband and business partners to help her continue to grow and learn in life and at work. Amy is a founding member of Society of Women Engineers of West Michigan and helps to mentor young women in the science and engineering related fields. She is also active in International Association of Lighting Designers (IALD) and Illuminating Engineering Society (IES).