Neyer Properties is so committed to utilizing green building practices in future projects that it now has two LEED AP-certified employees on staff.
Jeff Chamot and Brett Kordenbrock are certified by the US Green Building Council to ensure that green building at Neyer is diligent and efficient.
LEED is the nation’s premier green-building rating system. It provides a third-party, independent rating system for certifying design, construction and operation of sustainable buildings through the United States Green Building Council (USGBC).
Chamot is development project manager at Neyer and has achieved LEED Associated Professional certification through the USGBC.
He graduated magna cum laude from University of Cincinnati with a bachelor’s degree in Real Estate, Finance and Entrepreneurship.
Kordenbrock, a development associate, was instrumental in the Gold certification of the Neyer Properties Corporate Offices interior space at Keystone Parke, the region’s first LEED-certified office campus.
He is a 2007 University of Cincinnati graduate, and passed the rigorous LEED AP exam after only six months of experience in the development industry.
Both are working on Neyer projects Keystone Parke and Red Bank Crossing, another Neyer Properties LEED-registered project.