Enrique M. Rodriguez
Enrique M. Rodriguez joined the California Building Standards Commission (CBSC) in February of 2009. His duties at the CBSC are to assist with the adoption, approval, codification, and publication of the California Building Standards Code, Title 24 of the California Code of Regulations including the development of the California Green Building Standards Code (CALGreen).
Enrique has served on various building commissioning committees; most notably as Vice-Chair of the International Code Council (ICC) G4 Development Committee, which created the ICC G4-2012 Guideline for Commissioning. He currently serves on the International Accreditation Service, Inc. committees for Accreditation of Commissioning Agencies Task Group and the Technical Advisory Council-Sustainability Steering Committee as Vice-Chair.
Prior to working at the CBSC Enrique worked for the California Department of General Services’ architectural department for 11 years. During that time he designed a variety of state buildings that ranged from a Boating Instruction and Safety Center to Cal Fire campuses. He also acted as a project designer, design team leader, and project manager for various state facilities.
Enrique has extensive architectural design experience and holds a Bachelors of Architecture degree from California Polytechnic State University (CAL POLY), San Luis Obispo. He worked in private architectural firms for several years prior to joining the state. He lives in El Dorado County with his lovely wife and six wonderful children.