Two Beck Leaders Elevated to LEED Fellows in 2022

  • Sep 15, 2022

Natalie Terrill and José Ramón Tagle earned the prestigious LEED Fellow designations

The Beck Group is proud to announce that two of its leaders made the U.S. Green Building Council’s (USGBC) 2022 Class of LEED Fellows.

Director of Sustainability Natalie Terrill and Director of Architecture José Ramón Tagle earned the LEED Fellow designation for their mastery of LEED, the world’s most widely used green building rating system, and exceptional work advancing green building practices.

“Behind every green building project are dedicated professionals who are committed to creating more sustainable and healthy buildings and communities. The LEED Fellows program is aimed and recognizing those individuals and their achievements in the built environment,” said Peter Templeton, interim president & CEO, USGBC and GBCI.

Natalie Terrill: a servant leader doing what she loves

As Director of Sustainability, Terrill leads Beck’s dialogue around sustainability and business practices, including efforts to achieve the AIA 2030 Commitment and report Beck’s greenhouse gas emissions through the Carbon Disclosure Project.

Her leadership drives solutions and behavior change by translating complex technical issues for stakeholders. Terrill has achieved third-party certifications for over 60 projects totaling 15 million SF of built space under multiple rating systems.

She successfully leads complex projects, and her contributions to these projects have led to over 20 Gold and Platinum Certifications worldwide.

Jose Ramon Tagle: a proven leader in green building

Tagle is a Principal of Architecture and Design for Beck’s Mexico division, where he leads multi-disciplinary teams to achieve high-performance buildings.

He has over 20 years of experience in architecture, design, construction, and sustainability. Tagle’s commitment to sustainability and LEED began early in his career, leading to a diversified portfolio that boasts technical training, accreditations, education, and the highest levels of LEED certification on projects.

A proven leader in green building with international recognition, Tagle is proud of his volunteerism and advocacy work in Mexico and Latin America. His knowledge and experience played an essential role in helping establish the Mexican Green Building Council.

About the LEED Fellow program

This year, twenty professionals have earned the LEED Fellow designation for their mastery of LEED and exceptional work advancing green building practices. Nominated by their peers, each individual must demonstrate at least ten years’ worth of extraordinary impact with LEED, including a review of their portfolios by an Evaluation Committee.