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Jordan Daniels

Jordan Daniels

Jordan Daniels is a senior consultant with DNV GL. He has been a LEED® Accredited Professional since 2005, and has over 14 years of experience in the built environment.  Jordan has extensive experience managing LEED projects, including the Transamerica Pyramid in San Francisco, the CalPERS headquarters in Sacramento, the Chevron Corporate Headquarters in San Ramon, Bishop Ranch Business Park, and Uptown Monterey—the first LEED certified shopping center in California.  Jordan teaches a course in sustainable building design, construction, and operations at Hartnell College in Salinas, and he is the Secretary of the Board of The Sustainability Academy, a non-profit dedicated to accelerating the mainstream practice of sustainability on the Central Coast of California.  He presently serves on the Technical Advisory Committee of the California Best Buildings Challenge, a program of the U.S. Green Building Council, Northern California Chapter. Jordan made a documentary film to educate communities about deconstruction as an alternative to demolition, which features his experience with the Uptown Monterey project.  It may be viewed online here. To join Mr. Daniels' professional network on LinkedIn, click here.

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Decoding the future of LEED®

Yesterday I was working with a client on LEED certification for a new building planned for Redwood City, California. He made the comment that there is little need for LEED here in California, where the CalGreen building code requires new buildings t ...

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