Martyn Dodd- Principal
Martyn carries a degree in Architecture from UC Berkeley, class of 1983, but has focused heavily on the building energy conservation field. Having written software used in California for Title 24 energy code compliance since 1984, Martyn is the principal of EnergySoft. He is one of the original authors of the 1992 Nonresidential Alternative Calculation Method (ACM) manual, which defined the rules for code compliance software, and became the model for both national and international code compliance software procedures. Martyn has been involved in the California standards development process for the past 4 decades, and has consulted on the Title 24 rules and procedures extensively in that time.
Martyn has taught over 1500 training classes throughout North America on energy modeling and code compliance and has developed training curriculums for over 100 different classes related to building energy efficiency. When he is not nose deep in work, Martyn enjoys various water sports including scuba diving, wake surfing and just being on or near the water.
Tyler Dodd has grown up and resides in Marin County, California. Tyler graduated from Sonoma State University earning his degree in Energy Management and Design. Having worked at EnergySoft for over 10 years has given him a wide range of experience in the industry. He enjoys working in an industry that has an emphasis in an environmentally friendly future for buildings and the environment. Hobbies include traveling, wakeboarding, wake surfing, snowboarding and spending time with family.
Hayley Monahan- Senior Associate
Hayley graduated Sonoma State University in 2010 with a BA in Environmental Studies with an emphasis in Energy Management. As a partner in the firm, she manages projects as well as provides private training sessions on the use of our EnergyPro software. She strives to provide clients with the most realistic options to achieve code compliance. In her spare time she enjoys hiking the hills of Marin County while spending time with her family, and tasting wine in Sonoma County.
Gina Dodd- Sales Department & Accounting
Gina Was born and raised in the Bay Area, currently living in Novato, CA. She attended school at College of Marin and Sonoma State University. Gina is currently the Sales and Accounting Manager here at EnergySoft. Her hobbies include Swimming, Hiking with her Golden Retriever (Kimber), Boating with her husband and Orangetheory Fitness. Her goal is to help customers make their homes and businesses more energy efficient and green.
Griffin Taylor- Non-Residential T24 Consulting and LEED
Griffin grew up in Lafayette, CA. He graduated from Sonoma State University in 2012 with a degree in Energy Management and Design. He has worked at EnergySoft since graduating, and is now a project lead for non-residential Title 24 and LEED projects. He enjoys hiking, camping, and mountain biking, which contributed to his interest in environmental conservation and the green building field.
Ben Lalor- Non-Residential T24 Consulting and LEED
Ben grew up in Santa Cruz California. He obtained his BS in Energy Management and Design from Sonoma State University where he developed strong interest in the rapidly expanding field of energy. Ben manages non-residential Title 24 and LEED projects and is currently studying to obtain his LEED Green Associate credential from USGBC. You can find Ben at AT&T Park watching the giants during the summer or in Tahoe during the winter.
Nathan Mitnick- Title 24 Residential Consulting
Nathan Mitnick is an Energy Consultant here at EnergySoft. After high school on the Mendocino Coast, Nathan decided to further his education at Sonoma State University to pursue a degree in Energy Management and Design. One of the classes that captured his attention was Thermal Dynamics where we studied U-values, R-values and SHGCs. This started his interest for green building and improving building efficiencies. What interests Nathan the most about sustainable building is how much of a change you can make in the environment and in personal comfort when building with energy efficient materials.