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Green Building Technical Advisory Committee

Members: 13

Number of Mayoral Appointments: 10

Term: 1 to 3 years

Compensation: No

Function: The general purpose of the committee is to render advice and recommendations to the executive directors of Denver’s Community Planning and Development (CPD) and Denver’s Department of Public Health and Environment (DDPHE) regarding green building standards.

Qualifications: Representative(s) of the design sector; material and component manufacturers and suppliers sector; construction sector; research sector; green roof industry sector; renewable energy industry sector; energy efficiency industry sector; and water quality/capture requirements expert(s), each of whom shall be appointed by the mayor, as well as a representative from the department of community planning and development’s building permitting and inspections services agency; a representative from the department of community planning and development department’s landmark preservation staff; a representative from the department of public health and environment; and a representative from the department of public works, each of whom shall be appointed by their respective executive directors.

Meeting Date: August 27, 2019

Meeting Time: 9 to 10:30 a.m.

Meeting Location:

Webb Municipal Building
201 W. Colfax Ave, Rm 4.I.3
Denver, CO 80202

Mayoral Appointees/Members                                                                Term Expiration

Christy Collins

05-01-2022

Francis (JR) Babineau

05-01-2020

Elizabeth Gillmor

05-01-2020

Jennifer Bousselot

05-01-2020

Eric Rolle

05-01-2021

John Shaw

05-01-2021

Holly K. Piza

05-01-2021

Katherine Gromowski

05-01-2022

Ilene Marcus Flax

05-01-2022

Andy Creath

05-01-2022

Abigail Christman

N/A

Katrina Managan

N/A

Sarah Anderson

N/A


Contact:
Christy Collins
christy.collins@denvergov.org
720-865-2766

Enabling Authorization: Council Bill No. CB18-1134, Div. 2, Secs. 10-316–10-319 

 

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Romaine Pacheco, Director of Boards and Commissions 
Romaine.Pacheco@denvergov.org 
(720) 865-9085