All posts by Gwenn Ivester

Project Engineer (HVAC-R), National Design Build Services, LLC

Company Profile: National Design Build Services is a mechanical design/build firm that offers our customers knowledge and experience in designing air conditioning, heating, ventilation and refrigeration systems (HVAC/R) for commercial, industrial and healthcare buildings. NDBS focuses on Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) as it applies to mechanical systems and whole building systems integration. Our projects consist of Medical/Surgery Centers, Warehouses, Office Buildings, Manufacturing Facilities, Food Processing Plants, and Refrigerated Warehouses. NDBS offers impressive benefits and compensation program in addition to excellent career development opportunities. We have an immediate opening at our office in St. Peters, MO for an experienced mechanical engineer.  Position will eventually move to our future location in Westport.

http://www.nationaldbs.com

Position Summary: The Mechanical Engineer at NDBS is involved in all aspects of the HVAC design / build process. From project conception through the details of design and field coordination, you will work with our staff of experts sharing practical knowledge and experience unmatched in this industry. Examples of HVAC installations range from commercial building “packaged system” to complex central mechanical systems. The Project Engineer is responsible for delivering project design assignments within time and budget parameters while satisfying client contracts.

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170922 HVAC-R Project Engineer

Contact:
Lynette Geo
Executive Administrator
National Design Build Services, LLC
3837 McClay Road, Suite A
St. Peters, MO 63376
(636) 229-8434
lynetteg@nationaldbs.com

Senior Project Engineer (HVAC-R), National Design Build Services, LLC

Company Profile: National Design Build Services is a mechanical design/build firm that offers our customers knowledge and experience in designing air conditioning, heating, ventilation and refrigeration systems (HVAC/R) for commercial, industrial and healthcare buildings. NDBS focuses on Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) as it applies to mechanical systems and whole building systems integration. Our projects consist of Medical/Surgery Centers, Warehouses, Office Buildings, Manufacturing Facilities, Food Processing Plants, and Refrigerated Warehouses. NDBS offers impressive benefits and compensation program in addition to excellent career development opportunities. We have an immediate opening at our office in St. Peters, MO for an experienced mechanical engineer.  Position will eventually move to our future location in Westport.

http://www.nationaldbs.com

Position Summary: The Sr. Mechanical Engineer at NDBS is involved in all aspects of the HVAC design / build process. From project conception through the details of design and field coordination, you will work with our staff of experts sharing practical knowledge and experience unmatched in this industry. Examples of HVAC installations range from commercial building “packaged system” to complex central mechanical systems. This position is responsible for delivering project design assignments within time and budget parameters while satisfying client contracts.

See link for more details:

170922-HVAC-R-Senior-Project-Engineer

Contact:
Lynette Geo
Executive Administrator
National Design Build Services, LLC
3837 McClay Road, Suite A
St. Peters, MO 63376
(636) 229-8434
lynetteg@nationaldbs.com

August Joint Chapter Meeting with USGBC MO Gateway

MAKE YOUR RESERVATION

August Chapter Meetings
Date: Tuesday, August 8, 2017
Sheet Metal Workers Local 36, 2319 Chouteau, Ste. 200, St. Louis, MO 63103

EVENT SCHEDULE:
5:30 PM– 6:15 PM Registration & Networking
6:15 PM – 7:30 PM Brief Remarks & Building Tour
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The Value of Energy Analysis, from Design Day One
In partnership with USGBC-Missouri Gateway Chapter

This interactive program will provide attendees with a charrette experience for evaluating and driving building energy performance—to analyze results in real time, as early as pre-design. During this session, volunteer participants act as design team members from all disciplines, working with real building characteristics and an actual building design. Using an analysis approach that assists with a cost benefit discussion, the participants will assemble “bundles” of selected energy efficiency measures to play out what-if scenarios, discussing the merits and challenges of each bundle. This program, with live tools and facilitation, will demonstrate an effective method for guiding energy decision-making during early design, towards achieving higher efficiency goals and increasingly stringent energy codes.

Learning Objectives:
•Recognize the value early energy analysis provides to the design process and client decision-making
•Identify a range of energy-efficiency options and their impacts on energy outcomes during various stages of design
•Interpret building performance and financial information provided by energy analysis results, including lifecycle costs
•Examine how decisions made very early in pre-design can increase energy savings opportunities

SPEAKER
Dana Kose, LEED AP BD+C, LEED Faculty

Dana Kose has over 17 years of experience managing the implementation of Energy Design Assistance services for key clients in high-performance buildings. As Project Executive, she is responsible for building market position by establishing and maintaining relationships with key clients. Since joining The Weidt Group in 2009, she has been managing projects totaling more than three million square feet.

Before joining The Weidt Group, Dana was the Director of Sustainability for Universal Development Company, where she performed sustainability consulting and was responsible for managing the company’s sustainability practices. Prior to that, she managed the green practices and LEED efforts of Mortenson Construction. She has also performed estimating, scheduling, and project engineering in addition to business development.

Ms. Kose received a Master of Science in Civil Engineering from the University of Colorado at Boulder. A LEED Accredited Professional, she has been significantly involved with the U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC) at the local, regional and national levels, including serving as Chair of the Education Steering Committee. She is a frequent speaker about energy conservation and sustainable building practices for organizations such as USGBC and AIA.