Director, Office of Federal High-Performance Buildings and GSA Chief Sustainability Officer, Office of Government-wide Policy, General Services Administration
Kevin Kampschroer is the Chief Sustainability Officer and Federal Director, Office of Federal High-Performance Green Buildings, in the US General Services Administration. He created the framework for how GSA responds to the challenge to move GSA’s Federal building inventory toward high-performance green buildings and how best to achieve deep retrofits of buildings through Energy Savings Performance contracts. Mr. Kampschroer was the Project Manager for the Ronald Reagan Building & International Trade Center. He was a contributing author on a medical study showing the link between building characteristics on office worker stress and heart function – which showed the beneficial results of good lighting, natural light and Indoor Environmental Quality (IEQ). Mr. Kampschroer has worked for GSA for over 39 years and is a graduate of Yale University.
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