Michael Kloefkorn is an Associate/Architect, LEED AP at Van Meter, Williams & Pollack LLC. Michael has worked in California, Colorado and Australia in furniture design, interior design, commercial/retail, mixed-use, residential, multi-family residential and adaptive reuse and construction. He has been involved in projects ranging from Belmar, a 104 acre redevelopment of a failed 1960’s suburban mall, Valencia Gardens Hope VI, Civiq, to Railyard Lofts, an adaptive reuse of an 1880’s warehouse. As an Associate at VMWP, Mr. Kloefkorn specializes in green urban architecture with a focus on sustainability and community. A resource on sustainability at VMWP, he has sought to push the envelope on every project. Mr. Kloefkorn is a graduate of Cal Poly San Luis Obispo with a B.Arch degree; his areas of study focused on Sustainable and Urban Design. He is a registered architect in Colorado, a LEED Accredited Professional as well as a Certified Green Building Professional and GreenPoint Rater. He is a member of the Northern California Chapter of the USGBC and currently serves as a Chair for the Residential Green Building Advocacy Committee.