Based in Washington, D.C., Anica Landreneau, Assoc. AIA, LEED AP, WELL AP, leads the sustainable discipline and consultancy practice at HOK. She is a member of the firm’s board of directors and design board.
Anica works to make Washington, D.C., one of the world’s greenest cities by supporting the District in green building policy development and implementation. She has authored several green building project management, design, operations and permitting guidelines for the District. Anica is serving her second term on the District of Columbia Green and Energy Codes TAG, authoring high-performance building codes, and is in her second term on the Mayor’s Green Building Advisory Council. Anica also is on the Infrastructure and Planning Committee for Georgetown Heritage in Washington, D.C.
Anica currently is serving on the LEED Advisory Committee, the AIA National Codes and Standards Committee, and the AIA Blue Ribbon Panel on Codes. She has been appointed to the 2019 International Codes Council Group B Commercial Energy Code Development Committee, which updates codes used internationally. Anica serves on the Consultative Council for the National Institute of Building Sciences and leads HOK’s partnerships with BREEAM USA, Delos/International WELL Building Institute and the International Finance Corporation (IFC) EDGE green building program. The University of Houston lists Anica as one of its prominent alumni.
In collaboration with the U.S. General Services Administration, Anica coauthored “The New Sustainable Frontier: Principles of Sustainable Development.” She also wrote the “Sustainable Urban Planning Guidelines for New Growth in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia” for the Saudi Arabian government.
“Energy modeling is a no-brainer for HOK and our clients. It’s like reading the miles per gallon rating before you buy a car. It’s basic performance information that every building investor should know. Energy modeling on all our projects helps HOK meet our internal energy and carbon commitment to AIA 2030, helps our clients find cost-effective ways to meet their sustainability goals and supports a more creative, beautiful and resilient design outcome.”
Waste Not, Want Not? | IIDA Perspective
What Washington, D.C.’s Progressive Climate Law Means for Commercial Real Estate | GreenBiz
What Do Architects Want From a Green New Deal? | Architect’s Newspaper
The Push and Pull of Green Building | Site Selection
Washington, D.C., Will Run on 100% Renewable Energy by 2032 | Fast Company
D.C. Passes Nation’s Most Ambitious Climate Bill | HOK News
Sustainability Beyond Practice | DesignIntelligence
Anica Landreneau’s Takeaways from the Global Climate Action Summit | HOK News
How GSA Is Making High-Performance Buildings Affordable | Building Operating Management
BREEAM for New Construction Is Coming to U.S. | Building Green
Solar Decathlon | Professional Builder
Insights from D.C., World’s First LEED Platinum City | HOK News
Durable Design | USGBC
Featured Member Q+A: Anica Landreneau | AIA
How Washington, D.C., Hotels Are Embracing Sustainability | Hotel Management
Green Buildings Don’t Have to Cost More | HOK News
HOK on Track to Achieve Carbon-Neutral Design Portfolio by 2030 | HOK News
The Shockingly Short Payback of Energy Modeling | Energy.gov
AIA and HOK Team to Advance Design and Health Research Consortium | AIA News
Making Code | Icon
Saudi Arabia Plots out a Sustainable Future | The Dirt
Post-Occupancy Evaluations | Architectural Record
With End of Oil in Sight, Saudi Arabia’s LEED Community is Vision of Sustainable Future | USGBC
University of Houston Gerald D. Hines College of Architecture
Bachelor of Science, Environmental Design