Field of Expertise

Building Architecture, Sustainability, Government Policy


Lance Davis is the sustainability architect for the U.S. General Services Administration in Washington, DC. He works to gain knowledge, educate clients and GSA personnel, and is implementing a broader sense of sustainability into the Federal Government. He helped author and publish Sustainability Matters that provides examples of GSA’s progress toward sustainability. He is currently writing his third version of GSA’s P100, Design Standards as well as Design Excellence Policy and Procedures. Lance’s experience also includes twelve years as an architect focused on integrated sustainable design. Mr. Davis’ more prominent architectural work includes the Korean War Veteran’s Memorial, the U.S. Capitol Visitor Center,as well as Washington, DC’s first planted roof on a commercial building at the Earth Conservation Corps. He has a Bachelors of Architecture from Mississippi State University, is a member of the American Institute of Architects, the AIA Committee On The Environment, a founding Board Member of the National Capital Region Chapter of the USGBC, a committee author for LEED EB: Operations and Maintenance, a LEED FELLOW and was featured in the book, The Rise of Living Architecture.