David has been a mechanical engineer for 40 years, leading mechanical design teams for complex industrial, public, and commercial buildings. His extensive experience includes hydronic, steam, and chilled water systems, as well as specialty piping systems for air, fuels, and medical gases. He has led the design and construction support for air handling systems, hydronic heating and cooling plants, and piping and plumbing systems. David’s projects meet both permitting and occupant requirements, reflecting his knowledge of state and local codes, as well as regional heating, cooling, and moisture control requirements.

With his roots deep in North Spokane County, David is proud to be one of the first people to staff our new Spokane office. He loves spending time at the house his father built near Sand Point, Idaho, welcoming his children and grandchildren to family gatherings. He also feels real pride when he drives by schools he’s worked on over the decades. He’s particularly proud of being the Engineer of Record for renovation of Mead High School, his alma mater. He was also the mechanical engineer for the construction of Mt. Spokane High School. He enjoys seeing his designs serving the students, or as he calls them, his “indirect clients.”

All-electric energy codes go statewide

The 2021 Washington State and Seattle energy codes take effect soon. For the first time, all-electric systems are required statewide.

A Space to Learn Wine

Check out our work on the WSU Wine Science Center!

A Cafeteria for the Earth

The new cafeteria at Green Lake Elementary features state-of-the-art sustainable design.