As Sustainable Design Practice Leader in HOK’s Washington, DC office, Ms. Landreneau manages the successful development and achievement of sustainability goals on local and worldwide projects. Ms. Landreneau is an expert on applying sustainable best practices guidelines and the building certification process under the U.S. Green Building Council’s various LEED Rating Systems. Ms. Landreneau works with both public and private sectors clients on campus and master planning, individual buildings and entire real estate portfolios, including existing building stock.
Ms. Landreneau has developed extensive tools and resources for numerous local agencies to assist Washington, DC in implementing and enforcing the DC Green Building Act of 2006, including the Department of General Services, Office of Public Education Facilities Modernization, Department of the Environment, Department of Housing and Community Development, and the Department of Consumer and Regulatory Affairs.
Ms. Landreneau co-authored with the US General Services Administration "The New Sustainable Frontier: Principles of Sustainable Development" for the Office of Governmentwide Policy and hosted a one-day workshop for the Inter-agency Sustainability Working Group to explore new directions for the Federal Government’s sustainability agenda.
Ms. Landreneau is currently developing Sustainable Urban Planning Guidelines for the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia to support the Kingdom's Mandatory Energy Efficiency Program. Ms. Landreneau continues to works closely with both municipal and national governments on green building policy guidelines and implementation.