Thomas Mueller - President and CEO (Ex-officio)
MA, LEED AP
Canada Green Building Council
Thomas Mueller is a Founding Director of the Canada Green Building Council (CaGBC) and became President & CEO of the Council in 2005. As Chief Executive, he leads the Council's national green building strategy, programs and standards along with advocacy and policy initiatives.
As a member of the Board of Directors of the Green Business Certification Institute (GBCI) and the Cornerstone Standards Council (CSC), and as an immediate past Board member of the World Green Building Council (WGBC), he supports the transition toward green building, neighbourhoods and cities at home and globally.
Thomas is a well known advocate for green buildings and sustainable community development. He participates frequently in government and industry consultations on green development and is a nationally and internationally recognized authority and speaker on green buildings.
He is currently participating in a number of initiatives and groups including the WGBC Americas Network; and City of Vancouver's Green Building Advisory Committee. In January 2014, he joined the Advisory Board of CIRS (Centre for Interactive Research on Sustainability) at the University of BC.
Thomas has an Undergraduate Degree in Geography, Planning and Applied Ecology from the Ludwig-Maximilian University in Munich, Germany, and holds a Master's Degree in Regional Planning & Resource Development from the University of Waterloo, Ontario.
For his green building work, Thomas received the 2000 and 2002 Innovation Award from the Architectural Institute of BC and the 2005 FCM - CH2MHill Sustainable Community Award. He is a Fellow of the Cascadia Green Building Council and a recipient of Canada's 2015 Clean50 award.
Andrew McAllan (Chair)
LEED AP, MBA
Seat: Real Estate Owners and Developers
As the SVP and Managing Director for Real Estate Management at Oxford Properties Group, Andrew McAllan leads the leasing, managing, and operating activities for Oxford's Canadian real estate portfolio, consisting of 50 million square feet of office, retail, multi-residential, industrial, and hotel assets. Andrew was elected to the Board of the Canada Green Building Council in 2012 and to the role of Chair in 2013. Previously, he sat on the Board of Directors of CEDA International - an energy sector (full services) international enterprise, and Ainsworth - a national electrical and mechanical services company.
Andrew holds an MBA from the Rotman School of Management, University of Toronto. He is married with four adult children.
Baudoin Nizet (Vice-Chair)
CRH Canada Group Inc.
Seat: Product Manufacturers, Suppliers and Retail
Baudouin Nizet is the President and Chief Executive Officer at CRH Canada Group (formerly Holcim), one of the country's leading producers and suppliers of products and services for the construction industry, serving customers across Canada. With 3,000 employees, CRH Canada manufactures cement, aggregate and ready-mix concrete and provides construction services to many of Canada's largest infrastructure projects.
Baudouin has been working for the Holcim Group of companies for twenty years. Starting in Belgium at the Geocycle division, his career trajectory at Holcim has been steep, a testimony to his impressive leadership skills, coupled with strong business and engineering acumen. He arrived at Holcim Canada in 2006 as Senior Vice President of the Québec and Atlantic region. During his tenure as Senior Vice President, Baudouin was able to grow the business in the region and improve the company's position in the market, despite challenging economic conditions. He assumed responsibility as President and CEO of Holcim Canada in 2013.
Baudouin holds a Master's degree in bio-engineering from Louvain University, Belgium, as well as a post graduate degree in management from Solvay Business School (École de commerce de Solvay), Brussels University, Belgium.
MCIBSE, MIIAR, MIOR, MIET, MCMI
Seat: Professional Firms
COO Conrad Schartau's open communication style and candid approach has helped propel the expansion of Integral Group while maintaining a transparent working environment. With over 25 years of experience in the building services industry, Conrad has led the strategic operations of several businesses, which has led to their increased profits and expansion. As a primary adopter of sustainable building design, Conrad introduced innovative knowledge of refrigeration, air conditioning and heat recovery technologies to the country. He constantly pursues new educational and personal development opportunities, which have enabled him to achieve his goals and arrive to the standing he embodies today.
Seat: Real Estate Managers and Tenants
At CBRE Greg Moore is responsible for providing executive oversight on all commercial real estate services within Canada. His comprehensive understanding of complex project and program management from financial modeling, to delivery options and methodologies has gained him a respected position in the marketplace, with clients from both the private and public sectors.
Mr. Moore has managed over 10 million square feet of projects, including office development and tenant fit-ups, higher education facilities, critical properties projects, and life cycle renewal projects. He is a recognized subject matter expert in risk management.
Prior to joining CBRE, Mr. Moore was Vice President of Tempest Management Corporation, an Ottawa-based national Project/Program Management and Real Estate Consulting firm, specializing in strategic portfolio planning and project delivery.
Joanne McCallum (Vice-Chair)
McCallum Sather Architects Inc.
Seat: Professional Firms
Joanne McCallum is a Director in the firm McCallum Sather Architects (MSA). Joanne holds a combined Honours Degree in Urban Geography and Psychology (Guelph), and a Master's Degree in Environmental Design, Architecture (Calgary). Joanne established her own firm in 1992 with a focus on embedding sustainable design principals in the design work of the firm. In 1996 her firm evolved into a partnership (MSA) and since that time the work of the firm has established a national reputation for promoting and advancing sustainable design principals and was an early leader in championing the integrated design process. Joanne believes the most successful buildings are ones were the integration of natural and technical systems are carefully resolved by matching the building typology with appropriately scaled systems. Joanne was a founding member of the Ontario Association of Architects Committee on The Environment and served on the OAA Council for six years, two as VP External Relations.
Joanne Perdue (Secretary)
University of Calgary
Seat: Academia & Research
Joanne Perdue is the Chief Sustainability Officer for the University of Calgary. In this role she is responsible for defining strategic direction and facilitating organizational change to enable the university to meet its goal of becoming a North American leader of sustainability in higher education. Under her guidance, the University of Calgary has attained a Gold rating under the Sustainability, Tracking, Assessment &smp; Rating System™, a North American framework for evaluation of sustainability in higher education. She is a recognized leader in both Canada and the US in the fields of sustainable building and community design, as well as organizational change for sustainability.
Joanne is an architect, a LEED Fellow, and a member of the International Society of Sustainability Professionals. During her 20 years of practice she has been devoted to advancing green buildings and sustainable community design; as well as a key contributor to a number of award winning projects.
Marten Duhoux (Chair, Chapter Advisory Committee)
ft3 Architecture Landscape Interior Design
Seat: Chapter Advisory Board
Marten Duhoux's diverse portfolio reflects a career informed by international experience and an unparalleled commitment to sustainability. He received his Master of Science in Architecture from Delft University of Technology (Netherlands) and pursued a career informed by the belief that green buildings are affordable, durable and functional. Working in the Netherlands, United States and Canada, Marten's portfolio has grown to include a specialization in housing development, in addition to a wide range of experience in commercial space, academic and healthcare facilities, institutional landmarks and restaurants.
A LEED Accredited Professional since 2008, he was a National Director of the Canada Green Building Council (CaGBC) and Chair of the Manitoba Chapter of the CaGBC. Committed to sustainability as a consideration from the earliest stages of design and throughout the life of a project, his projects include the International Peace Gardens, Interpretive Centre (LEED Silver Certified), the ft3 offices at The Strand on Waterfront Drive (LEED CI Gold Certified) and the Habitat for Humanity Winnipeg Sir Sam Steele Housing Development (9 LEED Platinum and 25 Gold Certifications in addition to a City of Winnipeg Accessibility Special Recognition Award in 2010).
J Nicola Caccavella Consulting
Seat: At Large
As J Nicola Caccavella Consulting, Nick is a management consultant to independent businesses and private equity.
Nick is a strong advocate of sustainable construction and as Senior Vice President at Holcim (Canada) Inc. he helped steer the adoption of sustainable practices throughout Ontario & Western Canada regions. He fosters a balance between stable economic growth, social progress and the environment.
As Past Chair of the Ready-Mix Concrete Association of Ontario, he championed ‘Eco Certification’ and led Dufferin Concrete to implement the Enviroguard chute system.
Nick holds a B.A.Sc. and M.A.Sc. in Civil Engineering from the University of Toronto, an MBA from Western University and is currently an ICD candidate. Nick advocates giving back to the community.
Peter Papagiannis (Treasurer)
Brookfield Global Integrated Solutions
Seat: Real Estate Owners and Developers
Peter is the Chief Operating Officer of Bookfield Global Integrated Solutions. Peter brings a varied range of direct real estate experience having been a number of leading real estate organizations including Royal LePage, First Capital Realty and Colliers International, as well as having previously served as CFO for the Ontario Realty Corporation, and BLJC Facility Management Services.
He is an active participant in various industry groups throughout his career including Greening Greater Toronto, RealPac, The Climate Project Canada - Treasurer (Past), and the inaugural Chair of the University of Guelph Real Estate Program Advisory Board.
PCL Construction Management Inc.
Seat: Constructors, Builders, Home Builders, Trade Contractors
As Vice President and District Manager, Rob is responsible for all PCL buildings, civil and special project operations within southern Alberta. He has held this position since 2008.
Rob is chair of the Calgary Construction Association and a director of the Alberta Construction Association and is a past chair of the Saskatchewan Construction Association, a past member of Calgary's United way Campaign Cabinet Committee, and a past director of the Boys and Girls Clubs of Regina.
Rob has a bachelor of applied science degree in civil engineering from the University of Waterloo. He is a member of theAssociation of Professional Engineers and Geoscientists of Alberta (APEGA) and a Gold Seal certified project manager.
Wayne DeAngelis (Vice-Chair)
Royal Architectural Institute of Canada (RAIC)
Seat: Non-profit organizations and Industry Associations
Wayne De Angelis has been active in architecture for more than 35 years and has been directly involved in all scales and types of projects, including civic, cultural, recreation, education, commercial, hospitality, religious and residential. He has worked with A. J. Diamond and Partners in Toronto, where he honed his skills in sustainable design; Matsuda Hirata Sakamoto Architects in Osaka, Japan, where he focused on urban planning; and Yasuo Yoshida Architect, also in Osaka, Japan, where he realized commercial and retail projects.
Wayne also worked with Eng & Wright Architects in Vancouver, engaging in large mixed-use projects. Wayne was the lead consultant on the Kansai International Airport Hotel, a 400-room hotel in Osaka. He was also project design architect for the winning scheme for the Japanese Mint, a project that included a museum, cultural centre, commerce, retail, housing, recreation and the coin manufacturing facility. Currently, he maintains a practice in Vancouver and teaches History of Design, Building Codes, BIM and Human Environmental Factors courses at the School of Construction and the Environment at the British Columbia Institute of Technology. A dedicated volunteer, Wayne has served as Chair of the Vancouver Heritage Commission, the Vancouver Heritage Interiors Commission, Architectural Institute of British Columbia Continuing Education System, and the Metro Vancouver RAIC chapter. Wayne has also served as visiting critic at Carleton University, Osaka Institute of Technology, University of British Columbia and British Columbia Institute of Technology.