Program Manager, PNNL
Paul is a Program Manager for the Pacific Northwest National Laboratory with a focus on projects related to building energy efficiency, advanced controls, and building to grid integration. Prior to joining the lab he was the President of Building Intelligence Group LLC an independent consultancy, whose primary purpose was to support and promote the delivery of high performance buildings. Services included systems assessment, master planning, training, and design for intelligent and sustainable building systems with a focus is in the areas of integrated systems, facility operations and enterprise management.
Paul has a Bachelor’s degree in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Wisconsin and a Masters of Business Administration from the University of St. Thomas. Throughout his career, Paul has been actively involved with industry groups focused on the creation of new automation standards and technologies. Previous roles include chairing the BACnet sub-committee on interoperability, and acting as the inaugural chair for the oBIX committee to establish XML standards for building controls. He is currently a member of the Electric Power Research Institute (EPRI) advisory council.