Master of Architecture II and Urban Design, University of California, Los Angeles
Bachelor of Architecture, Cornell University
Lance Collins is a Director at Partner Energy with over 20 years of experience in architecture, urban design, and sustainable design consulting. His experience includes whole building energy analysis, benchmarking, energy and water conservation measures, resource consumption reduction strategies, Green Certification project management (i.e. LEED, GreenPoint Rated, ENERGY STAR, Net Zero, etc), building commissioning, renewable energy project development, and project / construction management.
A licensed architect in California, Lance has provided design and consulting solutions for various types of buildings, including institutional, office, mixed-use, retail, schools, and multifamily residential properties. Lance has led the completion of more than 50 Green certified projects including LEED Platinum, and Net-Zero projects for new buildings and existing construction for Partner Energy clients.
Lance is also a guest lecturer at colleges and universities teaching green building principles and sustainable design strategies to young students as well as industry professionals. He has presented at numerous green building conferences and events including the USGBC-LA MGBCE and NOMA National conference. His writing on sustainability and energy efficiency has been featured in a number of publications including GlobeSt.com, Sustainable Industries, and other online platforms. Outside of work, Lance currently serves as the President of the Southern California chapter of the National Organization of Minority Architects, SoCalNOMA.
- American Institute of Architects (AIA)
- California Architects Board (CAB)
- Certified Sustainable Building Advisor (CSBA)
- Green Globes Assessor – Existing Buildings (GGA-EB)
- Green Globes Professional (GGP)
- LEED AP Building Design + Construction (BD+C)