Prior to working directly for Qualcomm in 2007, Phil worked for one of the main architecture firms that designed Qualcomm’s San Diego facilities. He worked on the design of Qualcomm’s first LEED Gold building and one of the largest in California at the time. Since working at Qualcomm, he has been directing the planning, design, engineering and construction activities for their facilities. Their focus is on employee needs, including health, sustainability and providing cost effective space to foster the design and development of Qualcomm technologies. Phil graduated from Carnegie-Mellon University’s School of Architecture.
October 19, 2015
Green architecture now seems to be the industry norm. So how is the industry leader incorporating ideas about light, space and energy into these living spaces?