Expertise, Experience, Perspectives
Peter Gorer is a qualified architect, accredited green building consultant, and accredited mediator.
- Registered Architect, Commonwealth of Massachusetts.
- Registered Architect in the United Kingdom.
Green Building Qualifications:
- LEEDTM Accredited Professional with Building Design & Construction Specialty (LEED AP with BD+C specialty)
- Accredited Mediator, Massachusetts General Laws, Chapter 233, § 23C.
Peter has over 40 years experience in design and construction. He has worked in the USA, as well as in England, France, and Hong Kong. Peter’s project experience is diverse and includes the renovation of historical structures, the planning, design and construction of large fast-track, high-rise, high density residential and mixed-use developments, as well as healthcare, higher education and biomedical research facilities.
Green Building Consulting
Peter qualified as a LEEDTM Accredited Professional in 2003 and he has provided green building consulting services to clients in the USA, Hong Kong and Singapore. He has supported owners seeking a LEED Green Building Certification for their projects. His experience also includes the development of Owner’s Project Requirements (OPR) and Basis of Design (BOD) frameworks, carrying out Facility Performance Evaluations (FPEs), and conducting environmental risk analyses.
Peter is an accredited mediator, and he has been assigned cases in the Massachusetts Courts since 2009. Additionally, he has served as a mediation skills coach for MWI’s new mediator training program and MIT’s conflict management courses on multiple occasions.
Professional Association Relationships
- Boston Society of Architects/ AIA
- Royal Institute of British Architects/ RIBA
- AIA Hong Kong, Chapter Formation Group Member
- US Green Building Council International Forum Working Group, 2012 Co-Chair
- USGBC Massachusetts Chapter, Founding Board Member
- Northeast Sustainable Energy Association/ NESEA
- New England Association for Conflict Resolution/ NE-ACR
Peter both enjoys working collaboratively within a team structure, and autonomously as a impartial neutral.
Peter finds that project collaborations offer many opportunities to exchange perspectives and discover creative solutions through addressing problems together.
Working autonomously provides Peter opportunities to function outside the stakeholders’ web of interdependence; and a trained neutral can be particularly valuable when positions are entrenched, participants reach an impasse, communications break down, and the accumulation of spiraling costs, threats to reputations, and large amounts of waste raise the stakes.