Paul Meyer has over 35 years of extensive experience in the construction,
operation and maintenance of major building systems including
biopharmaceutical and medical manufacturing industries. His experience
includes building commissioning, energy auditing, energy modeling,
sustainability and LEED project administration.
Mr. Meyer is past Secretary of the U.S. Green Building Council, Long Island
Chapter. He was the Chairman of the LEED 2012 Regionalization Committee for
the chapter and also Chairman of the LEED Education Committee for the chapter
for six years.
Mr. Meyer has also taught the LEED rating system for the last seven years at
the Advanced Energy Center of Stony Brook University.
Mr. Meyer has been involved with over 150 LEED registered projects ranging
from a 420 sq. ft. LEED Commercial Interior project to several LEED New
Construction platinum level projects. These projects range from Boston to
Miami to Vietnam to New Delhi. He has been an Expert Consultant for the USGBC
in defense of a LEED Certification complaint, concerning building
commissioning in Wisconsin.
Mr. Meyer is a member of the USGBC Energy and Atmosphere Technical Advisory
Group, and a Pro Reviewer for training.
Mr. Meyer is also the past Treasurer of the Building Commissioning Association – Northeast Regional Chapter, a Certified Energy Manager (CEM), Certified Building Commissioning Professional (CBCP) and a Green Building Engineer (GBE) by the Association of Energy Engineers.
He has authored and teaches a undergraduate Building Commissioning course for
Farmingdale State College in the college's Architecture/Construction
Management Department. Mr. Meyer also sits on this college’s Green Building
Institute Advisory Panel, and sits on the Stony Brook University Advanced
Energy Training Center Advisory Board.