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Nik Bandak is project manager for Hughes Marino CM. Nik earned a degree in Financial Services from Saint Mary’s College of California where he graduated with honors. As a project engineer, Nik is knowledgeable in estimating, documentation control, construction scheduling and processes, contract administration, and financial analysis. Prior to joining Hughes Marino, Nik worked for Bechtel International on the Khalifa Port and Industrial Zone in Taweelah, United Arab Emirates, where he monitored and oversaw the daily construction activities and progress of 5, 000 field workers in 53 buildings within the Industrial Zone borders.
Jason Hughes is president and CEO of Hughes Marino, as well as a featured columnist for the San Diego Business Journal and past columnist for the San Diego Daily Transcript. Jason has written well over 100 articles, is a real estate resource for the Wall Street Journal, and has been profiled in the San Diego Union Tribune, San Diego Business Journal, San Diego Daily Transcript, San Diego Metro, Smart Business San Diego, California Real Estate Journal, and Western Real Estate Business.
David Marino is executive vice president of Hughes Marino, as well as a monthly columnist for the San Diego Metro. Specializing in high-value, time-critical and complex transactions for technology, life science, and business service companies, David has been featured in the San Diego Union Tribune, San Diego Business Journal, Smart Business San Diego, and Western Real Estate Journal.
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Would you give an overview of the California Green Building Standards Code?
The green building code was specifically designed to reduce the impact of all buildings in the state on the environment. To do that, we had to establish a minimum mandatory set of standards that would apply to all buildings - schools, hospitals, residential occupancies, as well as commercial facilities. The ultimate goal is to provide a uniform and consistent code that can be used in coordination with all our other building codes. Our effort was focused on not only helping local building officials and governments, but the building industry as well, to give them something uniform and co…