He has also led the electrical designs for dozens of LEED Platinum and AIA COTE Top 10 projects, including ground breaking projects such as the Packard Foundation, 435 Indio Way, the Venter Institute and the Sonoma Academy Janet Durgin Guild and Commons.
David believes that our industry needs to transition rapidly to building high performance, all electric, green buildings. He has shared his expertise on the subject over 100 times at national and international conferences and has been invited to lecture at 10 universities and colleges and published several white papers on sustainable electrical system design.
David serves nationally on the General Services Administration’s (GSA) Green Building Advisory Committee. In 2014, he co-chaired their Net Zero Energy Task Group and currently co-chairs the Energy Storage Task Group. He also serves on the GSA National Register of Peer Professionals and AIA California’s Committee on the Environment and is a Professional Engineer, a Fellow in the AIA and a LEED Fellow.