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BuildingWise offers LEED, BREEAM, and High-Performance Program Management services on a retainer basis. By engaging BuildingWise experts on an ongoing basis to manage LEED, BREEAM and High-Performance achievements and objectives, clients can be assured that th... more.
Senior Sustainability Consultant
Certifications and Testing Engineer, Safety Engineer
Monterey Bay Branch of the USGBC, Northern California Chapter
The Sustainability Academy
U.S. GREEN BUILDING COUNCIL INC
City of Carmel-by-the-Sea
Mayor's Ad Hoc Committee
Bachelor of Science
University of California at Davis
Chemical Engineering degree
University of California at Davis
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. He 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. Jordan has also interned at the National Renewable Energy Laboratory researching geothermal power plants. Jordan 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.
Jordan is an independent LEED accredited professional and has managed scores of successful LEED certifications since 2005. He has over a dozen years experience in the building environment, most recently as senior partner at Building Wise. Since 2009, Jordan also teaches at Hartnell College on the fundamentals of sustainability, specifically applied to construction and building operations and maintenance. Jordan helped plan and execute the 2010 Monterey Bay Green Building Expo and consults with others planning similar events. Jordan is a board member of the Sustainability Academy; a member of a tech advisory committee and former co-chair of the U.S. Green Building Council, Northern California chapter, Monterey Bay branch; served for five years as a member of the mayor's ad hoc committee for creating green building practices for the City of Carmel-by-the-Sea; and served five years as a member of the green building committee, a C2 competitive cluster of the Monterey County Business Council. Jordan is a graduate of the University of California at Davis, where he received a Bachelor of Science degree in Chemical Engineering.
Jordan Daniels serves as the Sustainability Manager for LP Consulting Engineers, a mechanical, electrical and plumbing design engineering company with extensive experience in sustainability and LEEDÂ® consulting.
Mr. Daniels' prior experience includes over 4 years as Senior Partner with BuildingWise in Monterey and San Francisco. He has over 11 years of experience in construction, operations & maintenance, and renewable energy. Jordan has managed over 40 LEED certification projects including the Transamerica Pyramid (Platinum), as well as Uptown Monterey, the first LEED certified shopping center in California. He also teaches an evening course at Hartnell College in Salinas and serves on the Technical Advisory Committee of the California Best Buildings Challenge. His documentary film about deconstruction as an alternative to demolition may be viewed at http://vimeo.com/2050388. When heâ€™s not plugging sustainability, Jordan can be found mountain biking in the Fort Ord National Monument.
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Jordan Daniels Senior Partner A LEED® AP since 2005, Jordan has over 10 years of experience in the built environment, managing LEED for Existing Buildings Operations & Maintenance certification on major projects for some of the world's most notable companies. In addition to managing LEED certifications, Jordan understands commercial construction and industrial power systems, having managed regional construction projects, as well as previously working for the largest installer of solar electric systems in the United States. Jordan recently made a documentary film titled "Cash for Trash: The Case for Deconstruction" which covers principles and practices for performing deconstruction and reuse, as well as ways to include salvaged building materials in design.
Jordan Daniels, Senior Partner
Jordan Daniels is a Senior Partner at BuildingWise. In this role, Jordan is actively engaged in driving new business, promoting and supporting existing projects, identifying key partnerships and ensuring a positive customer experience. Jordan, a LEED Accredited Professional since 2005 brings over eight years experience in the built environment. Prior to joining the BuildingWise professional team, he was a Project Manager for Daniels & House Construction Co., as a general building contractor serving California's Monterey and Santa Cruz counties. Jordan also spent time working in the solar and geothermal energy industries. In his spare time, Jordan recently created a documentary film to educate communities about LEED and deconstruction as an alternative to demolition. This 30-minute DVD entitled, Cash for Trash: The Case for Deconstruction, covers the principles and practices for performing deconstruction and reuse, as well as presenting methods designed to include salvaged building materials in building design. Jordan is actively involved in his community as the Co-Chair of the local branch of the USGBC, a member of the Mayor's ad hoc committee for green building in the City of Carmel-by-the-Sea and is teaching a course in green building at Hartnell College in Salinas. Jordan has a degree in Chemical Engineering from UC Davis. Jordan brings his intense passion and great enthusiasm for making the world a greener place to every project.