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Summary

I design unique automation solutions to reduce energy costs and greenhouse gas emissions

I apply Lean Methodology to create efficient business strategies and tools

I use story-telling and shared values to compel meaningful action

Work History

2012Present

Energy Efficiency Engineer

SES Consulting

I improve building performance through fault detection, reprogramming, and redesign of controls and HVAC systems.

20072008

Municipal Engineer

AECOM

I assisted in the design and construction of housing developments.

Education

20092011

Graduate Diploma - Building Engineering

Concordia University

I attended a specialized program for Engineers working in building sciences.

20022007

Bachelors of Applied Science - Civil Engineering

University of British Columbia

I learned the core concepts of municipal, structural, and environmental engineering design.

Project Example - Building Tuning at UBC Okanagan

Using non-invasive programming measures to improve building control, we achieved a reduction of $100,000 in energy costs in 2015.  These measures were implemented in 5 of 23 buildings, kick-starting deep energy retrofits at the UBC Okanagan Campus.

Reference: Colin Richardson - Manager of Energy Systems

Project Example - Agile Energy Studies at BCIT

Using agile project management techniques, we conducted 12 detailed energy studies over the course of two months, identifying over $2,000,000 in quick payback energy conservation measures.

Reference: Alexandre Hebert - Energy Manager

Project Example - Systems Integration at TRU

Following a recommissioning study, it was recommended that the Old Main building at Thompson Rivers University undergo a significant Building Automation upgrade.  We managed the design, specification and project management of this highly complex upgrade and integration project achieving projected energy reductions of over 20% annually.

Reference: Jim Gudjonson, Director of Environment and Sustainability

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Volunteer Work

For the period of 2012 to 2014, I dedicated time to the Dogwood Initative's LetBCVote campaign.  As part of this initiative, I developed community teams using the Marshall Ganz framework of community organizing.