Troon Pacific Maintains Leadership Position as Preeminent Wellness/Sustainable Residential Developer in San Francisco
SAN FRANCISCO, CA – February 22, 2017 – Troon Pacific, a San Francisco-based real estate development firm that specializes in technologically advanced and eco-friendly homes, is pleased to announce Clark Rendall as its new Sustainable Design Development Coordinator.
As the Sustainable Design Development Coordinator, Rendall is responsible for managing sustainable design, wellness amenities and design-construction implementation and studio support. Rendall will lead sustainability and wellness goals for each new project, source and vet healthy building materials, as well as find new and innovative products to maintain Troon Pacific’s exceptional standards for performance in the built environment.
“Troon Pacific’s priority has long been to incorporate wellness and sustainability into our residences. We feel that this effort is part of the overall way in which we deliver value – as well as values – to the future families that will occupy these homes. We trust that Clark’s insights will have a great impact on our projects,” said Gregory Malin, CEO of Troon Pacific. “Clark’s skill and sustainable design knowledge brings a different perspective to our team. We don’t cut corners; our homes enhance individuals’ lives by balancing human and natural well-being and Rendall’s expertise can help manifest these beliefs.”
Rendall’s background in arts and his interest in nature will be incorporated into his position at Troon Pacific. Rendall holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, a Certificate in Interior Design from Hunter College, a Master of Arts in Sustainable Interior Environments from the Fashion Institute of Technology, and professional accreditation under the LEED and WELL building ratings system. Rendall held previous positions at The Museum of Modern Art, the Brooklyn Museum, Rockwell Group, Gensler and CookFox Architects. In addition to Troon Pacific’s Sustainable Design Development Coordinator, Rendall is a part-time faculty member at Parsons’ The New School, where he teaches courses in environmental design and the impact that materials have on health and wellbeing. Rendall is also a practicing visual artist who has participated in several group exhibitions at galleries in and around New York City.
For more information, please visit Troon Pacific’s website: www.troonpacific.com
About Troon Pacific: Troon Pacific elevates living environments by developing inspirational and aspirational homes that maximize the value for people and the planet.