Shigeru Urashima as a USGBC Faculty and Intel Corporate Services Regional
Engineering Senior Staff Architect is focusing on development of green
initiative, energy management and sustainability improvement for Intel sites
mainly in Asia area. As a part of this scope Shigeru is guiding Intel
internal LEED project teams in factories and offices at Malaysia, China,
India, Vietnam, Israel, Japan and Costa Rica, in total over 10 projects as a
LEED project administrator.
Shigeru is a Co-founder and Co-chair of the board of Green Building Japan
(GBJ) with other 3 members from March 2013. GBJ is a member of LEED
International Roundtable and an advisory organization to USGBC from Japan.
Before current role in Intel, Shigeru have been leading Programming & Design
in Architectural area for all major offices and factories in Asia region
totally over three million square feet floors.
Prior to joining Intel, Shigeru had worked as chief designer in a
construction company, and also as a facility manager at Apple Japan
operations and Morgan Stanley Tokyo. Shigeru has Bachelor’s degree in
Architecture, Chiba University, Chiba Japan, and is a registered architect in
LEED AP from 2007
LEED AP BD+C from 2009
USGBC Faculty from 2012
LEED AP O+M from 2014
Final Nominee for 2014 USGBC Board of Directors International Seat