Victor Montero has been a member of the Green Building Council Costa Rica (2013), United States Green Building Council (2012), and the Costa Rica's Architects and Engineers Consultants Chamber (CCAI) (2009) and one of the Directors of the Board since 2010 from this last one, acting as chairman two committees, Social Responsibility and Tall Buildings, as well as a member of the Sustainable Design Committee. His tenure has seen a revitalization of the CCAI increasing its efforts and initiatives in those fields, in order to upgrade the relevance of the consultant as a key players in the planning, design and building process in his country. Currently, he is founder and facilitator for the Living Building Challenge Collaborative: Costa Rica, and a member of the International Living Future Institute (ILFI). It´s Living Future Hero 2019 and LEED GA, EDGE International Expert, RESET Expert & Auditor,…
Costa Rica Chapter, Chair (2015 – Present)
Steel-Timber Research Project Steering Committee (2022 – Present)
City Representative, San José (2012 – 2015)
Awards Best Tall Building Americas Jury (Chair 2022)
25 March 2017
CTBUH joined Torre Paseo Colón 2 officials in unveiling the commemorative signboard designating Torre Paseo Colón 2 as the tallest building in Costa Rica.
25 March 2017
The CTBUH Board of Trustees was in Costa Rica for their twice annual meeting and to support a chapter event and a signboard ceremony for the country’s tallest building.