|Lance Davis, AIA, LEED, GSA/PBS|
Lance Davis, AIA, LEED
U.S. General Services Administration
Lance Davis is part of the Sustainable Design Program in the Office of Federal High-Performance Green Buildings within GSA’s Public Buildings Service (PBS) in Washington, DC. He serves as a sustainable design expert and focuses his work on gaining knowledge and educating GSA and its client agencies. He recently helped author and publish Sustainability Matters that provides examples of GSA’s progress toward sustainability to date. Lance’s experience also includes twelve years as an architect focused on integrated sustainable design. Mr. Davis’ more prominent architectural work includes the Korean War Veteran’s Memorial, the U.S. Capitol Visitor Center, and the Walter Reed Community Center in Arlington, VA which achieved a LEED Silver rating, He has a Bachelors of Architecture from Mississippi State University, is a member of the American Institute of Architects, AIA Committee On The Environment, a founding Board Member of the National Capital Region Chapter of the USGBC, a committee author for the new LEED EB: Operations and Maintenance, and he is a LEED Accredited Professional.
10/3/2016 » 12/1/2016
Competitive Intelligence Bootcamp for Government Contractors™ (CIBOOT1016)
POCx Briefing (OCT2016)