Alan J. Warner, AIA, LEED AP
Within the US Green Building Council, Alan is currently serving on the Heartland Regional Council, is the current Vice-Chair of USGBC Cincinnati and will become the Chair of USGBC Cincinnati in January of 2009. As a member of the USGBC, Alan co-wrote the Cincinnati Public Schools Sustainable Design Guidelines, the first ever for a school district in the state. He was also a contributor and peer reviewer for the USGBC Cincinnati “The Environmental and Economic Benefits of Green Buildings at The Banks Riverfront Redevelopment” paper of May 2006.
Alan is also significantly involved in the American Institute of Architects Committee On The Environment, having chaired the Cincinnati AIA COTE, founded and currently Chairs the AIA Ohio Chapter COTE. As a representative of AIA Cincinnati COTE, Alan co-wrote the first statement on Sustainability for the Banks project master plan. Within the Hamilton County/Cincinnati region, he is a member of the Hamilton County LAND Green Building Committee and is also a member of the Agenda 360 Environment and Greenspace Action Team. His history of involvement led Alan to be selected as one of only two architects for the US Department of Commerce/USGBC's first Trade Mission to China in 2005.
A pioneer locally in Sustainability, Alan was the Project Architect for the renovation of the Alms and Doepke building in 1995, a project that many still consider to be one of the most Sustainably designed facility in Southwestern Ohio region. He was the Project manager for the first LEED Silver project in the state and currently oversees 10 projects seeking LEED certification.