Board

Karel Fronk

Chairman of the Board

Karel is Head of the Sustainable Development Unit at SKANSKA, where he is responsible for the company’s sustainability activities, namely in green business, protecting environment, energy management and community support. He has been working for SKANSKA since 2004, from the beginning he focused on environmental protection, integrated management systems, life and economic cycle assessment and circular economy. Prior to joining SKANSKA, he focused on Local Agenda 21 and Sustainable Development at the Czech Environmental Institute.

Petr Vogel

Secretary of the Board

Petr is the main initiator and founder of the Czech Green Building Council. He works as a consultant in EkoWATT (Centre for renewables and energy savings). As a consultant, he focuses on energy efficiency, internal environment, computer simulation of behavior and integrated building design. He works on analyzes of new development projects, reconstruction of existing buildings, mainly in the area of retail and industry. He is a major participant in EkoWATT research projects.

Jan Andrejco

Member of the Board

 

Jan Andrejco is currently working as Technical Director of Panattoni EUROPE, an industrial property developer. He started working at Panattoni eleven years ago as project manager and subsequently as head of project department and development manager. It focuses mainly on the sustainability of industrial buildings and in recent years his major topic is the revitalization of brownfields.

Klára Bukolská

Member of the Board

After several years of experience in Atelier 8000, Klára has been working as an architect at VELUX since 2004. The topic of sustainable construction and sustainable "life" in buildings is central to her, and she lectures it both localy and abroad. She is a member of the Industrial Council of the Brno University of Technology and two Standards Commissions (CZ, SK). For some years now she has been focusing more on marketing.

Petra Hajná

Member of the Board

Petra has been in touch with the Council since its foundation. She has extensive experience in sustainable construction: she has been involved in the development of the Green Business Strategy for Skanska during her three-year tenure at the Skanska AB in Stockholm, and was then responsible for implementing this strategy into business units in Central and Eastern Europe (Czech Republic, Slovakia, Poland, Hungary, Romania). After returning to the Czech Republic, she focused on commercial development projects. As a LEED AP, she participated in LEED certification for eg City Green Court, Five or Visionary. In recent years as WELL AP, she worked on WELL certification at Visionary and Praga Studios. At her current position in the CPI Group, she focuses on both the wider area of sustainable development and individual projects within the project management team.

Robert Leníček

Vice Chairman of the Board

Robert is an architect and partner in Len+k architects, one of the companies that was the founder of the CZGBC. Currently, he is responsible for creative management and coordination of bigger projects and for development of the company in the field of application of modern design tools and sustainability. Within the Council he is a member of the organizational team of the Green Building Conference and since 2013 is a member of the Board.

Libor Musil

Member of the Board

Libor Musil started in the construction business in 1990 and gradually managed to build the family company LIKO-S holding a.s. The activity of his family company was always based on innovation and introduced many new products to the construction markets of Central Europe. These are products from the area of interior division, thermal insulation or prefabricated building systems. The company operates all over Europe and also has a production plant in India. One of the most famous innovations of LIKO-S are so-called live buildings, which are covered with plants.

Vladislav Nožička

Member of the Board

Vladislav Nožička has been working in ČSOB since 1999 in various positions in the corporate banking areas of ČSOB and KBC. Since 2014 he has been in charge of Specialized Financing at ČSOB, of which Commercial Property Financing is an integral part. ČSOB has been working informally with the Czech Green Building Council as part of the presentation of the new building in Radlice and the use of its premises for Council events, since 2020 ČSOB is an active member of the Council.

Ivo Drábek

Member of the Board

Ivo Drábek has been working at BUILDSYS since 2017. He considers the company one of the leaders in the Czech and Slovak markets in the field of complete building automation solutions. Since its founding, the company has had energy efficiency embedded in its DNA. "We are constantly trying to bring new ideas and improvements to our customers, which we see as very important not only in these times of dynamic energy price changes," says Ivo Drábek.

He wants to find the right ways to protect nature and the environment with the Council. In his opinions, he is influenced by the fact that he is the father of four small children, which he says requires patience, self-control and constant self-reflection. He is interested in technology, energy and nature. "The connection of these things is also the main motive I would like to develop as a board member."

Antonín Lupíšek

Member of the Board

Antonín Lupíšek is an expert on sustainability assessment systems in the field of construction. He serves as the Director of Science and Research and also leads the Sustainable Construction team at the University Center for Energy Efficient Buildings (UCEEB) of the Czech Technical University and as an assistant professor of sustainable construction at the Faculty of Civil Engineering of the Czech Technical University. He completed his master's degree in building engineering at the Faculty of Civil Engineering of the Czech Technical University in 2006, and defended his dissertation on multicriteria building evaluation there in 2013. He worked as a researcher at DEKTRADE (R&D solar and facade systems, 2004-2005), then worked at EkoWATT (R&D energy efficiency, 2005-2006). Since 2006 he has worked as a researcher at the Faculty of Civil Engineering of the Czech Technical University in Prague, since 2013 as an assistant professor. Since 2012 he has also been an employee of the UCEEB Czech Technical University. He has experience from a number of national and international research projects and participated in the development of the national certification system SBToolCZ. He is a member of the International Initiative for a Sustainable Built Environment (iiSBE) and was a founding member of the Czech Council for Green Buildings. He is the chairman of the organizing committee of the international conferences Central Europe towards Sustainable Building held under the auspices of UNEP, CIB and iiSBE in 2010, 2013, 2016 and 2019.

Iveta Králová

Member of the Board

Iveta Králová has been working at Saint-Gobain, Ecophon division, for 16 years. She has worked in logistics, marketing, sales department and is currently engaged in the concept of development with an emphasis on acoustics and a healthy indoor environment. She is engaged in the study of the influence of acoustic environment on human health, behavior and productivity. She lectures at universities and acts as a consultant on spatial acoustics. She is of the opinion that we must create buildings for people and their needs, not the other way around.

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