Dan Burgoyne is the Sustainability Manager for the State of California's
Department of General Services (DGS), where he develops and implements policy
improving California’s sustainable buildings, energy and resource efficiency. Dan is a California-licensed architect and LEED Fellow, with over 25 years of experience in the design and construction industry, and green building policy.
Dan coordinated the development of California Governor Jerry Brown’s Executive Order B-18-12, and helps coordinate its implementation. He advises state agencies on its LEED certification program, now with over 18 million square feet of new and existing buildings certified. Dan has served as a green building advisor for, GSA, California’s Green Building Code, and California's High Speed Rail.
Dan is a past board member of the USGBC, and serves on the USGBC's Advisory Committee. He has served as chair of the USGBC's Government committee, and past Board member of the California Commissioning Collaborative. Dan is an advisor and instructor for the University of California, Davis, Extension’s Green Building and Sustainable Design certificate program. He also instructs government and other building
professionals about LEED certification, and has developed online training programs.
Dan serves the LEED MR Technical Advisory Committee (TAG) and on committees
developing several ANSI multi-attribute sustainability standards.