Bae-Won Koh started in the profession in 1993 and has experience in
institutional, commercial and multi-family projects. He currently directs
design projects and manages several large green LEED projects at Innovative
Design. He has spoken at over 60 conferences teaching green building design
and energy & water issues.
Mr. Koh is an expert in LEED and a USGBC Faculty of U.S. Green Building
Council (USGBC). He is the Chair of the North Carolina Chapter of
USGBC in 2015. He has served as a board member for the chapter and former Triangle Chapter for 8 years. He was a representative of the chapter to the Southeast
Regional Council of USGBC. He contributed to the Regional Priority Task Force
for LEED 2009 and LEED v4. He now serves as a member of Town of Cary Committee for the Future and Sustainability Advisory Committee of Durham Technical Community College.
USGBC Faculty are the official instructors of USGBC's instructor-led
workshops working with USGBC's education delivery partners. Mr. Koh is
approved to teach the following instructor-led workshops:
* LEED 101: Green Building Basics and LEED
* LEED 201: Core Concepts and Strategies
* BDC 251: Understanding the BDC LEED Rating Systems
* BDC 301: Implementing the BDC LEED Rating Systems
He is a lifetime member and a board member of Korea Green Building Council.
He is also a member of American Solar Energy Society and North Carolina
Sustainable Energy Association.
Mr. Koh holds a Master of Architecture degree from Rensselaer Polytechnic
Institute, Troy, New York, and a Bachelor of Architectural Engineering degree
from Hanyang University, Seoul, Korea.