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Ms. Elizabeth del Monte, FAIA

Principal Consultant,
Cameron MacAllister Group

Contact Details

Cameron MacAllister Group
Dallas, TX

Bio

Betsy del Monte, FAIA, is a consultant in sustainability and resilience with the Cameron MacAllister Group. Betsy’s experience and expertise includes high performance building design, sustainable and resilient community design and fully integrated project delivery.

As a registered architect, Betsy has thirty years of architectural practice and sustainability consulting. At the SMU Lyle School of Engineering, she helped create and teaches a Master of Arts degree in Sustainability and Development, as Adjunct Professor. She also serves as the SMU Campus Sustainability Consultant.

She was formerly a Principal in Architecture and Director of Sustainability for Beck, a national integrated firm providing architecture and construction services.

Betsy is past President of AIA Dallas, and North Texas Green Building Council. She sits on the boards of Habitat for Humanity, Empower African Children, bcWorkshop and The Trinity Commons Foundation. She is involved at national, state and local levels with the ULI, AIA and other groups focused on designing the built environment. Betsy has been named a Fellow by the AIA and as a Senior Fellow in the Design Futures Council.

Betsy received her Bachelor of Science degree in architecture from the University of Virginia, and a Master of Architecture degree from Rice University. Her experience includes work at architecture firms in Atlanta and Houston, as well as nine years with Philip Johnson and John Burgee in New York.

Education

Rice University
M Arch
1980 To 1982

University of Virginia
BS in Arch

Job History

Transform Global
Principal
Dallas, TX, United States
August 2013 - present

Southern Methodist University
Adjunct faculty
January 2008 - present

The Beck Group
Principal, Director of Sustainability
January 1999 - August 2012

Urban Architecture (merged with Beck)
Principal
March 1993 - November 1999

Ritchie Fiore Architects
architect, project manager
January 1991 - January 1993

John Burgee Architects with Philip Johnson
Associate, Senior Designer
September 1983 - July 1991

Morris Architects
Intern architect
June 1982 - August 1983