Joel Stout has more than three decades of experience in building design and construction and has specialized in sustainable buildings for more than half of that. He has assisted design firms and public, private and non-profit building owners and developers with such services as strategic planning, LEED project management, building enclosure commissioning, water reuse consulting, specifications review and materials research, guidelines and educational resource development and training. Joel has extensive experience in commercial, government, healthcare, transportation and education projects. His Bay Area credits include several LEED and sustainability projects at the San Francisco International Airport and San Francisco City Hall, which is the oldest LEED Platinum building in the U.S. and a LEED NC Platinum-certified media and learning facility at De Anza Community College in Cupertino. Earlier in his career, Joel provided oversight on four major LEED certifications at The Pentagon in Arlington, Virginia.
B.Arch., Architecture, University of Cincinnati
Joel was instrumental in bringing the first LEED-certified school and adoption of green building policies to Cincinnati, Ohio, now known as one of the greenest school districts in the United States.