Mike is a mechanical engineer with five years of design experience on college and university, commercial, and government facilities. He has worked on a variety of project types including aircraft hangars, lodges, courthouses, and multiple renovation projects. He holds the Certified Energy Manager (CEM) credential as well as the Certified GeoExchange Designer in Training (CGDIT) designation from the International Ground Source Heat Pump Association. Mike uses Ground Loop Design (GLD) software to design ground source heat pump systems.
His project experience includes the Webb Center Renovations at Old Dominion University, C-40 Aircraft Maintenance Hangar at Naval Station Oceana in Virginia Beach, Va., and Navy Lodge Expansion at Walter Reed National Military Medical Center, in Bethesda, Md.
Mike met the eligibility requirements needed to take the Principles and Practice Engineering exam by graduating from an accredited four year engineering program, and having four years of professional experience under a licensed professional engineer.
Mike received a Bachelor of Science Degree in Mechanical Engineering from Old Dominion University.
About Clark Nexsen
Clark Nexsen is an award-winning architecture and engineering firm providing professional services to a broad range of markets, including college and university, government, commercial, healthcare, office, recreational, and manufacturing. Architect magazine recognized Clark Nexsen as one of the nation’s Top 50 firms in 2012 and Clark Nexsen was ranked 17th on the 2013 BD+C Engineering/