Chuck F. Jordan, LEED AP

Senior Project Manager and Partner

Chuck F. Jordan, LEED AP2019-01-25T10:05:45+00:00

Started working at RLH Engineering in 2007 and is now a Project Manager. He graduated high school, basic military training, advanced military training and Army jump school in the same year. After serving in the military, Chuck graduated from Colorado State University in 2003 with a B.S. Degree in Environmental Health/Sciences. Chuck’s time at RLH is primarily on owner’s representative projects for K-12, healthcare and recreation centers with his remaining time on environmental projects. His strong skills as a communicator, technical writer and problem solver make him a valuable asset for our owner’s representative services.

With family roots in Steamboat Springs the Jordan family enjoys time hiking, camping, biking and skiing all over the Centennial State.

Relevant Experience

  • Estes Valley Community Center – $27.3 Million 2015 Bond Issue
  • Eagle County Schools – $144 Million 2016 Bond Issue
  • Limon School District RE-4J – $25 Million 2013 Bond/BEST Grant
  • Gothenburg Memorial Hospital – $29.5 million USDA Project
  • Estes Park Medical Center – $4 Million 2008 ER Project and $2.5 million MRI/Imaging Project
  • Gunnison Valley Hospital – $7.5 million Imaging and Laboratory Expansion
  • Salida School District R-32-J, 2011-2012
  • Douglas County School District 2007- present
  • YMCA of the Rockies, Estes Park Center 2007
  • Colorado Community College, Lowry HEAT Campus – $850K 2008 Project

Education

  • Bachelor of Arts in Environmental Health / Science, Colorado State University, 2003
  • US Army, Special Forces, Engineer, 1992 – 2002

Accreditations, Licenses and Professional Affiliations

  • US Green Building Council LEED Accredited Professional
  • Building Inspector, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and State of Colorado, 2003 to 2004, 2007 to present
  • Air Monitoring Specialist – NIOSH 582E, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, State of Colorado, 2003 to 2004
  • Trained in Six Sigma and applied these skills to projects through the green belt level
  • American Society of Healthcare Engineers Member
  • Hazardous Material Transportation, 49 CFR 172.704, Course Of Instruction 2003

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