Greg Kinkel, LEED AP, CEPE

Greg Kinkel

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Greg Kinkel has been with Quest for nearly seven years working as an expert in code compliance, building performance simulations, and LEED Analysis and project management. His primary focus at Quest is on new construction and LEED projects. He also performs energy code compliance for a variety of clients using EnergyPro (Title 24), Comcheck, and eQUEST.

Greg works as Quest’s code compliance specialist keeping up to date with LEED 2.2 and v3, ASHRAE 90.1,  and Title 24 policy changes. A notable recent project managed by Greg, the Burton Barr Central Library, demanded service in each of these fields drawing on Greg’s well rounded abilities.

Recent Projects:

Burton Barr Central Library, Phoenix, AZ
Target Prototype stores, CA
Scottsdale Fire Station 602, Scottsdale, AZ
Walgreens Mira Mesa, San Diego, CA


Bachelor of Science, Housing and Community (Urban) Development
      Arizona State University, Tempe, AZ


USGBC Arizona Chapter Member
Greenbuild 2009 PR Committee
LEED Accredited Professional
Certified Energy Plans Examiner (NR08-11-3777)