Daniel O. Beaudoin, MS, CEM, CRM

Deputy Director of Operations
Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health

Daniel O. Beaudoin is Manager of Operations, Energy and Utilities for the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health. Dan has more than 20 years' experience in building operations, construction, and building automated control systems. He has participated in building construction projects with a total construction value exceeding $100 million and has managed energy conservation projects that include building automated controls conversions, energy management system upgrades, utility service and distribution upgrades, lighting retrofits, retro-commissioning existing buildings, and various mechanical systems upgrades resulting in annual energy savings of over $1.4 Million and greenhouse gas reductions of 14.3%.

Daniel holds a master's degree in Facilities Management from Massachusetts Maritime Academy (MMA), is a certified energy manager (CEM) and carbon reduction manager (CRM) recognized by the Association of Energy Engineers (AEE) and is a United States Green Building Council LEED v2 Accredited Professional. He is formerly an adjunct professor in the Department of Interior Design and Facilities at WIT and also serves on the Industry Professional Advisory Committee (IPAC). Daniel also guest lecturers on building mechanical systems and sustainable design strategies for the Department of Environmental Sciences and Engineering at Harvard.

Daniel managed the build-out of 43,000 GSF of office space at the newly renovated Landmark Center on Park Drive in Boston as a green building design for USGBC LEED-CI certification and EPA energy star rating. This project holds the distinction of being the first Digitally Addressable Lighting Interface (DALI) system in the Americas and largest raised access floor/displacement ventilation system for office space in New England, and the first LEED-CI certified project in New England relative to time of completion.

Daniel is also a member of the following professional organizations:

AEE: The Association of Energy Engineers
IFMA: International Facilities Management Association
AFE: Association of Facilities Engineers
USGBC: United States Green Building Council

2008 MMA Sodexo Leadership Award
2005 IFMA Boston Chapter Distinguished Professional Member
2001 Young Alumni Award Wentworth Institute of Technology
2000 AEE New England Energy Conservation Project of the Year
1996 WIT Department of Design and Facilities Best Senior Directed Studies