Role: We collaborated with the site owner to develop load calculations necessary for the PG&E application and service sizing. Project description: Consultation and assistance in the
Roll: Provided technical support troubleshooting and design assistance for critical infrastructure systems located in various remote locations around the world. Project description: The project replaced
Role: Electrical engineer and ‘design professional in responsible charge’ for the project. Project Description: Upgrade of the existing analog nurse call system. The upgrade was
Role: We collaborated with the site owner to develop cost-effective electrical distribution solutions, Extensive Coordination with Tesla to ensure the power walls were completely integrated. Project
Role: Electrical engineer and ‘design professional in responsible charge’ for the project. As a project was undertaken as an OSHPD emergency project we also led
Role: To support the installation of a virtual patient care system we provided electrical infrastructure design and construction administration support, from concept through project completion.
Role: We collaborated with the site owner to develop cost-effective electrical distribution solutions. Project description: Consultation and assistance in the preparation of technical information required for
Collaborated with site owner to develop electrical distribution solutions.
Role: Consulted with HoloBuilder to help them develop their platform into an effective information gathering and reference solution. Acted as bridge between practical application and
Role: Electrical Engineer and Project Manager Project Description The project opened in 2011—comprised of a 4-story, 471,000-sq-ft surgery and emergency pavilion The new building
Role: Electrical engineer and MEP design project manager for the extensive renovation and replacement project.* My involvement started at Schematic Design and I led the
Role: Electrical engineer and ‘design professional in responsible charge’ for the project. Led project from concept and budgeting through construction and commissioning. Oversaw the design,
Role: As the electrical engineer (EEOR) for the new Marin General Hospital, led the design of the normal and emergency power systems.*During the design worked
Project Description: To meet the seismic compliance it was necessary to move the compact security and command center, and all its systems and operations to