David Borchardt Promoted to Tower Companies’ Chief Sustainability Officer
- May 25, 2010
Rockville, Md.—The Tower Companies has promoted David Borchardt, P.E., LEED AP to Chief Sustainability Officer.
Borchardt was hired in 2005 as Director of Sustainable Development, overseeing 1,400 apartments and 4.5 million square feet of office buildings, office parks, regional malls, residential communities, lifestyle centers, and hotels within the D.C. area.
Most recently, Mr. Borchardt was invited, along with Jeffrey S. Abramso, to give a presentation at Harvard Business School, which has published a Case Study on the Tower Companies’ headquarters. He is an expert on environmental “green build” issues and is invited to speak at national meetings and forums. Accordingly, Borchardt is teaching a course this fall at Georgetown University School of Continuing Studies (Master of Professional Studies in Real Estate) called Sustainable Construction.
Prior to joining The Tower Companies, Borchardt was the Assistant Director of Facility Planning for Dewberry, where he developed and implemented a new facility evaluation and long-range planning process for job training campuses around the country.