Yuliya Kuleshova

Director, Sustainability Services

Yuliya Kuleshova has joined the Innovation Properties Group team in July 2020 as a Head of Sustainability. As a LEED Green Associate and WELL Accredited Professional, she supports us in LEED, WELL, and ESG projects. Yuliya spent part of her career in the US, where she worked in the construction industry as an estimator and project engineer. She is a member of the Construction Management Association of America (CMAA) and worked for some of the well-known companies.

Some of the most notable projects include 68-story 1,115-foot  high-rise tower 45 Broad Street and 57-story tower 1 Seaport in New York City, while she was working as an estimator for Pizzarotti. After moving to California, Yuliya continued focusing on building construction adding famous Argyle Housing in a heart of Hollywood and some unique residential projects in San Francisco to her portfolio.

She has specialized in sustainable urban development and construction project management during her education US, and since the beginning of 2019 extended her expertise to Germany working mostly in real estate sustainability consulting and the green building industry. She is currently based in Berlin and mainly working with real estate developers and environmental consulting companies.

Yuliya Kuleshova is a native Russian speaker, has a background in civil law and also a member of Russian Green Building Council. She is truly passionate about sustainability and human role in building environment, climate migration, and spending some of her time doing educational volunteering with refugee children.

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Yuliya Kuleshova has joined the Innovation Properties Group team in July 2020 as a Head of Sustainability. As a LEED Green Associate and WELL Accredited Professional, she supports us in LEED, WELL, and ESG projects. Yuliya spent part of her career in the US, where she worked in the construction industry as an estimator and project engineer. She is a member of the Construction Management Association of America (CMAA) and worked for some of the well-known companies.

Some of the most notable projects include 68-story 1,115-foot  high-rise tower 45 Broad Street and 57-story tower 1 Seaport in New York City, while she was working as an estimator for Pizzarotti. After moving to California, Yuliya continued focusing on building construction adding famous Argyle Housing in a heart of Hollywood and some unique residential projects in San Francisco to her portfolio.

She has specialized in sustainable urban development and construction project management during her education US, and since the beginning of 2019 extended her expertise to Germany working mostly in real estate sustainability consulting and the green building industry. She is currently based in Berlin and mainly working with real estate developers and environmental consulting companies.

Yuliya Kuleshova is a native Russian speaker, has a background in civil law and also a member of Russian Green Building Council. She is truly passionate about sustainability and human role in building environment, climate migration, and spending some of her time doing educational volunteering with refugee children.

As an architect who specializes in life sciences facilities, I was interested in forming an alliance with a real estate services group to better serve the needs of my client base. I was originally introduced to Warner through industry contacts as a result of his representation and development of facilities to serve clients and tenants in the life sciences industry. First in San Diego, then throughout California, I have collaborated with IPG to pursue many opportunities and have been successful in developing facilities for a variety of clients, including universities, biotech and pharmaceutical companies, and federal government agencies. During our collaboration, I have come to respect and admire the professionalism, integrity, and spirit of innovation that IPG brings to its clients. I am proud to say that our collaboration continues to this day, and will for the foreseeable future.

Michael Smith AIA, Biomedical & Academic Facilities

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