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 40 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 was the Chair of the North Carolina Triangle Chapter of USGBC in 2010 and has served as a director of the board for the chapter from 2007 to 2012. 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 2012. He now serves as a board member of USGBC North Carolina Chapter, a member of Town of Cary Steering Committee of Community Plan ("Committee for the Future"), an advisory board member of Sustainability Advisory Council of Durham 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:
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.