Company Overview of U.S. Green Building Council (usgbc)
U.S. Green Building Council (usgbc) is based in the United States.
2101 L St Nw Ste 500
Washington, DC 20037
Founded in 1993
Key Executives for U.S. Green Building Council (usgbc)
Chief Executive Officer, President and Director
Senior Vice President of Marketing and Communications
Director at Detroit Regional Chapter
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2015.
U.S. Green Building Council (usgbc) Key Developments
U.S. Green Building Council Appoints Erik C. Backus New York Upstate Market Leadership Advisory Board
Feb 19 16
Clarkson University's Erik C. Backus has been appointed to the U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC) New York Upstate Market Leadership Advisory Board. Backus, the Howard E. Lechler Endowed director of Construction Engineering Management (CEM) in the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, says he will bring a passion for sustainability in the build environment to his new role.
Brandon Tinianov Joins the U.S. Green Building Council’S Advisory Council
Jan 14 16
View announced that Brandon Tinianov, vice president of business development, has joined the U.S. Green Building Council’s (USGBC) Advisory Council. In his USGBC position, Tinianov will leverage his industry leadership and perspective to help support the USGBC Board of Directors’ efforts to promote environmental and social responsibility around the way buildings and communities are designed, built and operated.
USGBC, GBCI and the Delhi Metrorail Corporation Signs Agreement to Accelerate the Leed Certification of New and Existing Metro Stations Across the Country
Oct 8 15
USGBC, GBCI and the Delhi Metrorail Corporation (DMRC) signed agreement that will accelerate the LEED certification of new and existing metro stations across the country. Through this new collaboration, the organizations will work together to implement appropriate adaptations, regional credits or alternative compliance paths to incorporate the unique needs of metro installations and mass rapid transit systems for metro stations and depots within the LEED green building rating system. LEED-certified metro stations will save energy, water and other precious resources as well as save money in reduced operating costs.
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