Sébastien is a Green Building architect and a Senior LEED consultant with over 15 years of experience who has been deeply involved with LEED in Canada over the last decade. His various roles with the Canada Green Building Council (CaGBC) provide him with a unique perspective to strategically advise his clients, explain the rationale behind the LEED requirements, and provide straight answers to the design teams' LEED inquiries. Such roles include: Chair of the LEED-Canada Technical Advisory Group on Materials (2009-2016), member of the LEED-Canada Steering Committee (2009-2016), and Vice-Chair of the LEED-Canada Technical Advisory Group on Site, Water & Materials (2007-2009). As a LEED reviewer for the CaGBC, Sébastien has reviewed close to 100 LEED buildings across Canada.
Prior to founding his firm in 2011, Sébastien worked as Design Architect and Senior Research Advisor for Busby Perkins+Will on several innovative Green Building projects, including UBC’s Centre for Interactive Research on Sustainability (CIRS), Dockside Green, and Marine Gateway.