Haibo Feng
University of British Columbia
Vancouver, Canada
Member ID 1734
Member since Sep 19, 2018
Status Active


Haibo Feng is an Assistant Professor at the University of British Columbia


Haibo received his PhD training in UBC Civil Engineering in the field of Sustainable Construction. He was an Assistant Professor for over 2 years at Northumbria University in the UK before joining the Department of Wood Science at UBC Forestry. He also worked in construction industry for over 6 years on construction management and sustainable building design.

Dr. Feng’s research area is in green building, building information modeling, life cycle assessment and building energy performance. He has extensive industrial and research experience on promoting sustainable building construction with the integration of advanced building systems and renewable energy supports. He has practical knowledge on various building rating systems including LEED, BREEAM, Passive house, BC Energy STEP Code, Zero Carbon Building, EnerGuide. His work focuses on integrating innovative technologies into sustainable building design to achieve low carbon buildings with the consideration of social and economic impacts. He is particularly interested in using mass timber products to promote zero-carbon timber frame buildings. He also has extensive local and global experience in sustainable building design and construction management. He will continue his research on the development of Sustainable Built Environment Centre.

For the most updated information, please refer to the Sustainable Built Environment Lab website.

Research Interests

Building energy/carbon performance
Building Science
Life Cycle Sustainability Assessment
Building Information Modeling
Smart building/smart cities
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Website contributions from this member

16 Apr 2024 PhD positions in modular building circularity - University of British Columbia
14 Nov 2021 Special Issue "AI-aided Carbon Engineering in the AEC Industry" - Buildings
09 Jun 2020 Webinar: Innovation in LCA of Emerging Technologies: Forum I