Senior Energy Engineer

Jeremy Poling is a licensed professional architectural engineer with a passion for making sustainability, health, and wellness accessible to all building occupants. His experience includes systems modeling, alternatives analysis, life-cycle assessment, and performance testing for projects globally. Jeremy has been a valued consultant on more than over 100 projects either registered or certified under the United States Green Building Council’s (USGBC) LEED Green Building Rating System, covering over 60 million gross square feet of real estate. As one of the first members of Green Business Certification Inc.’s (GBCI) WELL Assessor team, Jeremy brought his building sciences background to assist in the development of an assessor model for certification reviews. Other experience includes air quality, water quality, lighting, and acoustic assessments for over 40 projects pursuing WELL certification.


  • “”Plants of the Future: Bigger, Smarter, More Sustainable.” Refrigerated & Frozen Foods. December 2015.
  • “High-Performance Sustainable Building Principles.” BOMI International. September 2014.
  • “Indoor Air Quality Management Program: I-BEAM Audits Explained (O+M).” U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC). February 2014.
  • “20 years of USGBC: The thing about numbers.” U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC) Blog. November 2013.
  • “O+M 252: LEED for Building Operations and Maintenance v4 Rating System Review: Energy & Atmosphere.” U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC). November 2013.
  • “D+C 252: LEED v4 Rating System Review: Understanding the Design and Construction Rating Systems: Water Efficiency and Energy & Atmosphere.” U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC). October 2013.
  • “Indoor Air Quality Procedure for LEED.” Greenbuild Expo. November 2012.
  • “Chicago Energy Modeling Conference: Measurement & Verification” ASHRAE Illinois Chapter. February 2012.
  • “Achieving a Triple Bottom Line with Sustainable Design.” Urban Land. June 2008.
  • “JohnsonDiversey, Inc. Distribution Center Case Study.” Alliance for Sustainable Built Environment. October 2007.