Currently supporting Johnson Controls customers while seeking new opportunities. Past: Kimberly Hosken joined Johnson Controls in February 2008. Help position of Director of Green Buildings for the Energy Solutions team. Her work with Johnson Controls has impacted green buildings around the world with notable projects, including Miller Park, the first LEED stadium with a retractable roof, and Guiyang International Convention Center in China, a LEED Platinum building.
Prior to joining Johnson Controls Kim held the position of Director LEED, New Construction for the US Green Building Council in Washington DC. She has 20 years of experience in construction management. Hosken was among 43 of the world’s most distinguished green building professionals to be selected as 2012 LEED Fellows through a peer nomination and portfolio review process.
Johnson Controls has helped its customers secure green building certification for more than 23 million square feet of building space worldwide. Johnson Controls also pursues LEED certification on its manufacturing facilities as well as headquarters and branch offices globally.