About

President – Richard W. Greninger

Richard W. Greninger, CPM,  served as Vice Chairman, Operations of Carr Properties where he oversaw operations for a 31‐ building, 6,000,000 sf portfolio of office properties in the Greater DC area. Mr. Greninger has over 30 years of DC and national executive leadership experience predominately in the operation functions of property management, leasing, asset management, engineering, accounting and financial reporting. He brings a wealth of knowledge in developing best ‐ of ‐ breed standards and programs for operating Class A office properties. Mr. Greninger joined the Carr Companies in 1991 as Vice President of Real Estate Management Services, and was promoted to Managing Director of Operations in 1999. In this role, he was responsible for the oversight of property operations nationally in its 40 million square feet portfolio of urban and suburban office properties. Prior to joining CarrAmerica, Mr. Greninger served as Senior Vice President and Eastern U.S. Regional Manager for CB Commercial. In 1994, Mr. Greninger served as President of the Greater Washington Apartment and Office Building Association (AOBA/BOMA). He was also a 15 ‐ year tenured member of the Building Owners and Managers Association (BOMA) International National Advisory Council and served as its Chairman from 1999 ‐ 2001. In July, 2011 Mr. Greninger was elected to the position of Vice Chair of BOMA International and ascended to the International Chairman role in July, 2013. Mr. Greninger graduated from Ohio State University in 1973 with a Bachelor of Science degree in Finance and Real Estate and holds a Masters of Business Administration in Marketing from the University of Cincinnati. From 2004 to 2006 he was a member of the faculty for the Harvard/BOMA International Emerging Leaders in Real Estate Program.

 

Director of Sustainability – Peter Greninger

Peter Greninger served as the Outdoor Programs and Outreach Coordinator for the outdoor retailer REI Pittsburgh for 12 years. In addition to working full time at REI, Peter served as the President of the Pittsburgh Trails Advocacy Group (now known as Trail Pittsburgh), which works to protect and encourage shared use access to the public lands in SW Pennsylvania. Peter graduated from Miami of Ohio in 2003 with a degree in business. In 2012 he attended Duquesne University’s Sustainability program where he obtained an MBA. Peter’s goals are to promote and advance Sustainable Business practices by facilitating others in their individual and collective efforts to improve their surroundings, both indoors and out.

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