Dave Intner a California licensed Architect, currently working for Southern California Edison as an Energy Efficiency Advisor in the Savings by Design program, collaborating with Architect and Engineer teams to incorporate High Performance design into their New Construction projects. His architectural design and project management experience ranges from small-scale residential to large multifamily developments, and commercial & institutional buildings.
Dave has been the LEED Project Team Administrator for several projects, including a LEED NC 2.2 Gold Certified office building in Santa Monica and a LEED CI 2009 Medical Clinic (also Gold certified). Through his work with the local (C4) Chapter of the U.S. Green Building Council, and now through Southern Califonia Edison's Energy Education Centers, Dave has taught seminars about the LEED rating system and high-performance building design since 2003. He is also a certified Green Home Rater through Build it Green's GreenPoint rated program, having designed several multifamily developments to the standard and performed field verifications on a pair of single-family
Dave helped found the USGBC's California Central Coast Chapter (C4), serving as a Regional Chair for its first two years. As Regional Chair, he oversaw and coordinated the on-the-ground operations for Ventura County. During this tenure, he spearheaded the "BuildSMART" Sustainable Materials and Resources Trailer, a mobile learning exhibit which travels to local schools and events to educate about Green Building concepts and strategies. He continues to coordinate the Education programs within the Ventura branch.
Dave is a member of USGBC's LEED EA-TAG, and currently serves as the Board President for the AIA Ventura County Chapter.