In 1987, Simon joined and eventually became CEO of a small consulting firm which specialized in indoor air quality. The firm grew to be a pioneer and leader in the field, helping commercial real estate owners and managers become leaders of their own in the field of indoor environmental performance. Simon earned a LEED AP credential in 2009 and a WELL AP credential in 2016. Now, Simon has sold his firm and helps other CEOs and real estate executives find ways to make their buildings more productive. Since the Covid pandemic struck, Simon has also been working with building operators and employers on virus resiliency in the workplace. For more information, contact Simon at email@example.com
Schooled in biology, Simon’s interest for the past 30 years has been the impact of buildings and their features on human cognition and health. He has extensive experience in the building sciences as they relate to human performance, including HVAC, air quality and microbiology. He became a nationally recognized and published figure in these fields, and a sought after speaker.
This background, integrated with extensive business management experience, makes Simon a powerful resource when it comes to understanding these issues as they relate their workplaces to the performance of businesses and their employees.
Simon was recently honored as a Life Member of the Building Owners and Managers Association (BOMA), is past Vice Chair of the GBCI Credentialing Steering Committee, a Member of the BOMA Orange County Advisory Board, and was a volunteer member of the IWBI ad hoc Global Coronavirus Taskforce.
Cognition – to understand and to comprehend.