As a native San Franciscan, Danny has worked in commercial real estate for the last 45 years in the Bay Area. After serving in the United States Air Force Reserve and working for an HVAC contractor in the 70’s he began his current career path starting as a stationary engineer in 1981 he worked his way up the career ladder to his current position and role with Boston Properties as Vice President of Engineering for the San Francisco Region where he directs facilities operation and Maintenance, infrastructure capital improvement projects as well as leads due diligence on acquisition, disposition and development opportunities. He continued his education over the years leading to multiple certificates and accomplishments. His years of hands-on service allowed him to bring a different perspective to his management role he currently holds with the company and this perspective has served him well when making decisions that bring value to the assets he oversees. Being involved in energy efficiency projects from the early 1980’s, he has witnessed the evolution of many technologies and applications in the built environment. His formal interest in the sustainable movement began back in the early 2000’s as he studied for his USGBC accreditation as a LEED AP. He is also in charge of their Energy Star Portfolio for the region and has nine energy star labeled buildings ranging in energy performance scores from 79 to 100. Since then, his passion for the role that sustainability plays in buildings has increased and matured. Today he serves as the chairmen of the Boston Properties Corporate Safety Committee and also participates in their Sustainability Committee. He has personally worked to certify one building LEED Gold EB O & M and participated in the number of other LEED EB O & M certification projects as well as CI and Core and Shell projects currently underway. Today his portfolio of buildings includes multiple high rise office buildings, low rise and single-story commercial R and D buildings and parking structures as well as life sciences buildings and operations.



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