Lynn A. Artman

Lynn A. Artman

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Lecturer, School of Technology

Faculty Advisor, Efficiency through Engineering and Construction (ETEC)

  • MS, Civil and Environmental Engineering, Michigan Technological University, 1998
  • BS, Geological Engineering, Michigan Technological University, 1985

Biography

Lynn Artman is a lecturer in the School of Technology at Michigan Tech. Artman’s areas of expertise include construction project management and project control. She advises two student groups on campus: the student chapter of the Associated General Contractors of America and the Efficiency through Engineering and Construction Enterprise (ETEC). The ETEC’s clients have included Habitat for Humanity and LS&I Railroad. Artman was also involved with the effort to retrofit the Ford Forestry Center dormitory, improving the building’s energy efficiency.

Artman’s other activities include membership in Ducks Unlimited and the Mont Ripley Race Team, for which she serves as treasurer.

Research Interests

  • Green building design—LEED green building process
  • Lean construction
  • Energy efficiency

Teaching Interests

  • Construction contracts
  • Construction finance and accounting
  • Construction project management
  • Design-build project delivery
  • Enterprise (Efficiency through Engineering and Construction—ETEC)
  • Planning and scheduling

Recent Funding

  • Recipient of a Ford C3 Grant from the Ford Motor Company Fund for the ETEC Generations of Energy winterization project
  • PI–Recipient of an Energy Works Michigan Grant for a postsecondary program: Outreach and Education in Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy

Research Activities

  • PI–Project suggesting efficiency improvements for Sweetwater Café