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Kate Randolph

Kate Randolph

Kate Randolph was formerly a senior sustainability professional in DNV GL’s Sustainable Buildings and Communities group. She coordinated and oversaw multi-disciplinary teams in administering the LEED certification process, and consults on sustainable design projects for a broad range of clientele. She holds an MBA in Sustainable Management from Presidio Graduate School, where she focused her studies on the financial impact of high performance buildings. Kate is also a USGBC LEED® Accredited Professional as well as a Certified Sustainable Building Advisor. To join Ms. Randolph’s professional network on LinkedIn, click here.

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Future-proofing buildings – Part 2: Why LEED is not enough

Future-proofing buildings – Part 2: Why LEED is not enough

This author no longer works for DNV GL. In Part 1 of Future-proofing buildings, we described the three primary drivers that should motivate building owners to address resiliency at the facility level: cost to insure, cost to operate and business c ...

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Future-proofing buildings: Why bother?

This author no longer works for DNV GL. It would be easy to believe that climate projections alone would be enough to motivate building owners to protect their assets. One doesn't have to search far for the data on how dire the climate situation h ...

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The new green is transparent

The new green is transparent

This author no longer works for DNV GL. If you've been following the evolution of LEED v4, you'll recall that the push for transparency and disclosure is driving the most significant changes to the LEED rating system. Under the new requirements fo ...

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