Patrick Kunze is committed to advancing sustainable design practices in the building industry. He contributed to the development of questions for the Green Building Council Certification Institute (GBCI) LEED AP exam, and as a voting member of the Green Technical Advisory Group (TAG) subcommittee of Washington DC’s Construction Codes Coordinating Board (CCCB), he helped review and amend the DC Green Construction Code. Patrick also frequently shares insights on high performance buildings mechanical systems, and related trends with his clients and industry partners. Patrick’s dedication to sustainability in building design helps at a government and policy level to better the built environment and earned him the Leadership in Government, Advocacy or Policy award from the US Green Building Council – National Capital Region in 2017.
Patrick has provided mechanical engineering design for more than 30 projects that have achieved LEED certification, including the US Green Building Council’s Platinum headquarters. His project portfolio includes commercial interiors, specialized multi-floor tenant spaces, mission critical facilities, restaurants/food service environments, and historic renovations.
He is a professional Engineer registered in two states and the District of Columbia.