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Amy Costello

Amy Costello, P.E., is the Sustainability Manager at Armstrong Flooring, a global floor design and manufacturing corporation based in Lancaster, Pa. Amy is responsible for developing and managing sustainability strategies and initiatives and chairs the Armstrong Flooring Global Sustainability Steering Committee, which provides governance and sets the business direction regarding material sustainability issues. Amy chairs the ASTM Sustainable Manufacturing Sub-Committee and serves on the WELL Material Advisory. Amy is a former member of the Board of Directors for both ASTM International and United States Green Building Council (USGBC), and she was appointed to serve on the US General Service Administration (GSA) Green Building Advisory Committee from 2014-2016. Amy received her master’s degree from Virginia Commonwealth University and is a licensed Professional Engineer who holds both a LEED and WELL Accredited Professional certification. Amy is a 2018 recipient of the STEP Ahead Award from The Manufacturing Institute, recognizing excellence among women in manufacturing.











CEU Courses Are Now Available Online


Health, Wellness, & Specifying LVT

Human health and wellness and luxury vinyl tile (LVT) are increasingly important design elements for building spaces. This course explores the intersection of these two design trends, provides insight into specifying LVT that achieves WELL Building Standard® Features and has been approved by the IDCEC, AIA for HWS and the Green Business Certification Institute for WELL AP credit.



  • 1 GBCI Continuing Education Hour – General & WELL Specific
  • 1 AIA/HSW Learning Unit Credit
  • 1 IDEC Continuing Education Unit


Date & Time: Thursday, 4/9  |  1:00 p.m. EST



The Role of Flooring in Room Acoustics

The Role of Flooring in Room Acoustics describes the fundamental properties of sound and how acoustical design impacts indoor environmental quality (IEQ). The role of acoustics in green building rating systems will be described and examples comparing acoustical design criteria in LEED 2009 and LEED® v4 will be reviewed.



  • 1 GBCI Continuing Education Hour
  • 1 AIA/HSW Learning Unit Credit
  • 1 IDEC Continuing Education Unit


Date & Time: Thursday, 4/16  |  1:00 p.m. EST