Dan Overbey, AIA, NCARB, LEED AP BD+C, ID+C, O+M

Instructor


Daniel Overbey is passionate about making a sustainable difference in our world, and he inspires his clients, colleagues, and future architects to do the same. His research-based background in building science and environmental systems has made him an effective design leader, educator, and policy shaper.

As Director of Sustainability at Browning Day Mullins Dierdorf in Indianapolis, Daniel is devoted to leveraging evidence-based methods to improve architecture practice, shape policy, and help project teams and clients make informed design decisions.

Daniel is a committed and enthusiastic volunteer at the local, state, and national levels of the AIA and USGBC. His work on numerous code review committees of the Indiana Department of Homeland Security resulted in policy changes that have shifted the course of design practice in Indiana. He has served on the Board of Directors of both AIA Indianapolis and USGBC Indiana and regularly lobbies state and national legislators on behalf of the building design and construction industry regarding issues and policies that support green building practices, mass transit, and high-performance schools.

Through his professional practice, Daniel has worked on a number of high profile projects across the United States. In 2014, Daniel received one of the Young Architects Awards from the American Institute of Architects.

Daniel is an adjunct faculty member at Ball State University, where he teaches environmental systems to second- and third-year architecture students. He also teaches a graduate-level building science course at both Ball State University and the Boston Architectural College’s Sustainable Design Institute. He regularly presents workshops on energy modeling in the design process to students and others in a variety of national forums.