Announcements

Leadership Growth: Glumac’s Newest Class of Sustainable Leaders

We’re Proud to Announce the Newest Members of Our Leadership Team

They’re joining our leadership group because of their commitment to sustainability in the built environment, innovative building design, and most of all – our clients. These new leaders will continue to steer Glumac forward in delivering best-in-class projects. Feel free to reach out and discuss how we can collaboration something great: contactus@glumac.com.
DAVID NELSON, PE, LEED AP BD+C
Senior Vice President | Los Angeles
David leads Glumac Los Angeles’ Electrical Department, and is one of the leaders of our Healthcare group – focusing on the integration of innovative and energy-efficient design strategies in hospitals, laboratories, and medical office buildings. Over his career, David has developed a reputation for successfully directing engineering groups and coordinating efforts with other disciplines and stake holders to deliver successful projects – including major systems and infrastructure upgrades for the Kaiser Medical Center in Panorama City, CA and the LEED-certified renovation of Kaiser’s Santa Clarita, CA Medical Office Building.
NICOLE ISLE, WELL FACULTY, LEED AP BD+C, BADT
Vice President | Portland
As Glumac’s Chief Sustainability Strategist, Nicole champions sustainable design strategies and is an authority on green building certifications – leading clients through innovative approaches to achieving LEED and WELL certifications in the healthcare, higher education, and commercial market sectors, most recently at Portland’s Hassalo on Eighth mixed-use EcoDistrict and Daimler Trucks North America Headquarters. She is also an intellectual steward, keeping Glumac’s thought leadership on the cutting edge. Most recently, Nicole presented at Greenbuild 2017 on linking science and design.
KAMERON BEEKS, PE, LEED AP BD+C, WELL AP
Vice President | Los Angeles
Kameron has become a leader in sustainable mechanical design, with an expertise in radiant systems, active chilled beams, vacuum plumbing technologies, and dashboarding for performance measurement and reporting. Kameron is an active green building thought leader – becoming a Living Building Challenge Ambassador and one of Glumac’s first WELL APs. Working on a diverse array of projects, Kameron has recently worked on the Port of Los Angeles AltaSea project, which is currently pursuing Net-Positive Energy, and the Wilshire Grand Tower in downtown Los Angeles.
JEFF KLOMPUS, PE
Vice President, Director | San Francisco
Jeff brings a career’s worth of energy-efficient consulting to Glumac, with a specialty in legislative policy and data analysis. Jeff has managed teams of engineers in solar PV feasibility analysis, procurement support, and construction. Jeff manages Glumac’s San Francisco office and firm-wide higher education group.
SEBASTIAN ASVARAKSH, PE
Vice President | San Francisco
Sebastian has a wide array of design experience, with a focus on energy modeling, site optimization studies, life-cycle cost analysis, and renewable energy system modeling. He has worked on projects across four continents in the commercial and mission critical sectors, most notably completing mechanical designs for Google’s multi-floor San Francisco office, Oracle’s modular tier-3 data center development in Utah, and Samsung’s R&D facility in Mountain View, California. He is also one of Glumac’s Revit experts, providing user leadership and training.
QUINNIE LI, WELL FACULTY, LEED AP
Vice President | Shanghai

Quinnie’s work in helping develop the sustainable design industry in China has lead to incredible success for our Asia group. She has lead major commercial headquarters projects for clients including Alibaba and Jones Lang LaSalle, and provided energy analysis and sustainability benchmarking for Daimler’s Shanghai office, and China’s first Living Building Challenge registered project – our own headquarters in Shanghai.