Remi Tan is a licensed senior architect, sustainability consultant, and real estate broker with 21 years of experience in a broad range of domestic and international commercial and residential projects. He is an expert in all aspects of sustainable design – siting, energy conservation, sustainable materials, and smart growth. Mr. Tan has worked on the LEED-NC Platinum SFPUC building with KMD|Stevens. Previously, Mr. Tan was the sustainability manager at Heller Manus Architects, where he lead the design and LEED submittal for the Emeryville Marketplace project, the first LEED for Neighborhood Development Pilot Platinum Stage-1 project in the country. He oversaw sustainability of all projects, including the first LEED-CS-Gold office tower in SF, and sustainability concepts for several large urban master-plans in China. Mr. Tan is co-vice-chair of Pacifica’s Green Building Taskforce developing Pacifica’s green building ordinance, and was a former planning commissioner there. He serves on the Greenbelt Alliance’s review team for endorsing smart-growth projects, the Pacifica School District’s Green Committee, and SPUR’s Sustainable Development committee.