Member Spotlight – Glen Moore

Feb 6, 2024 | Homepage Featured, Member Network

Glen Moore, Construction Administrator – Cordogan, Clark & Associates, Missouri Gateway Green Building Council Member since 2023, Member of the Engagement & Outreach Committee.

Description of your work in green building: As a construction administrator, I am involved with on-site representation throughout the construction phase serving as the primary contact with Owners and Contractors; during the design phases, assisting with constructability reviews, cost estimating, preliminary construction phasing and schedule development, and quality assurance / quality control reviews of construction documents with the goal of ensuring the most efficient ways in design and construction are being utilized.

Recent Green Building recognition: This is it. I am beyond honored and flattered to be nominated and selected for the member spotlight.

Sustainability passion: Sustainable energy in forms of solar, wind and ocean. We see solar panels and windmills everywhere. Earth is mostly water, imagine the amounts of clean energy that could harvested just from our oceans alone.

Most meaningful experience with MGGBC Chapter: My most meaningful experience with MGGBC Chapter is a tie between the 2023 State of the Council where I met other like minded professionals and our Summer Member Social hosted by Washington University’s Office of Sustainability and our Engagement & Outreach Committee where we toured the Sam Fox School featuring a 30 foot vertical garden.

What will most impact the future of green building: Active involvement is most critical for the future of green building. With involvement of people from various walks of life, we gain broader understanding and fresh/new/innovative ideas on how to better achieve our goals.

Favorite LEED (or sustainability) Project: In 1987, the United Nations Brundtland Commission defined sustainability as “meeting the needs of the present without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs. My favorite sustainability project is the Waste Treatment and Immobilization Plant Project where 56 million gallons of radioactive and chemical waste currently stored in underground tanks at the Hanford Site from WWII will be mixed with glass forming materials and heated to 2,100 degrees then poured into stainless steel canisters to cool, solidify and safely dissipate over thousands of years.

Favorite place in the St. Louis region or Missouri Gateway GBC territory: As a newbie to the area, my favorite place is the City Museum. It takes the demolished history of the area that could have been tossed into a landfill and creates fun and educational exhibits.

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