Jordan Daniels is Senior Partner with BuildingWise and a LEED AP since 2005 with over 10 years of experience in the built environment, previously as Project Manager for Daniels & House Construction Co., a general building contractor in California.
Jordan earned his Bachelor of Science in Chemical Engineering from the University of California at Davis.
has recent experience managing Platinum-level LEED® for Existing Buildings Operations & Maintenance (LEED-EB O&M) certification projects such as The Transamerica Pyramid and 405 Howard St. in San Francisco, as well as the LEED Gold certifications of Chevron Park and multiple buildings in Bishop Ranch Business Park in San Ramon, CA, using the Block certification approach.
Jordan teaches a night course in green building at Hartnell College in Salinas, CA, and is an emeritus Co-Chair of the Monterey Bay Branch of the USGBC, Northern California Chapter.
In addition to managing LEED certifications, Jordan
understands commercial construction and industrial power systems.
He managed California regional construction projects with Daniels & House Construction Co. and also worked for PowerLight Corporation (now owned by SunPower), the largest installer of solar electric systems in the US.
Prior to working in solar photovoltaics, Jordan was the logistics coordinator for Duke Energy Company's cleaner emissions retrofit of its existing 1,500 MW, natural gas fired power plant in Moss Landing, CA while a new 1,060 MW power plant was built next to it.
has also interned at the National Renewable Energy Laboratory researching geothermal power plants.
made a documentary film to educate communities about deconstruction as an alternative to demolition and features his
experience with the LEED-certification of Uptown Monterey shopping center.