February 2020 Chapter Meeting

    February 19, 2020
    11:15 AM - 1:00 PM
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    Petroleum Club
    777 Main Street
    Fort Worth, TX 76102
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    This month we are joining IEEE to discuss coordination between mechanical and electrical design. We’ve all experienced both success stories and headaches. We've seen great communication, a lack-there-of, and discussions we didn't know we needed to have until it was too late. We’re talking about it all here: the good, the bad, and the ugly. We will have a panel with a representative from each trade. They'll share their industry experience in hopes of helping us to have more success stories in the future.

    SPEAKER BIOS

    Kyle Grice is a Texas Tech graduate who has 12 years of work experience in the DFW area as a mechanical engineer. He is currently a project manager and senior mechanical engineer for the Global Facilities group at Burns and McDonnell Engineering in downtown Fort Worth. He has been the mechanical engineer for buildings such as a aeronautics paint booths, manufacturing facilities, central compressed air plants, industrial gasses, engine assembly plants, molten salt baths lines, dynamometer facilities, university dormitories, Frac Pump testing facilities, and Mission Critical Hyper-Scale Data Center Design.

    -Licensed Professional Engineer: Texas, Oklahoma, Arizona, Iowa, Florida, Washington, and Tennessee
    -CEA (Certified Energy Auditor)
    -Lean Six Sigma Black Belt

    Carson Linstead received his BS in Electrical Engineering from Southern Methodist University and his MBA from Texas Christian University.  He has nine years of electrical engineering experience on projects across the United States.  Current responsibilities at Burns and McDonnell include lead electrical designer for mission critical data centers and project manager for manufacturing facility upgrades.  Previous project experience includes maintenance facilities, federal buildings, hotels, dormitories, country clubs, medical office buildings, and aeronautics facilities.

    -Licensed Professional Engineer: Texas, Colorado, New Mexico, Washington, New Jersey, California, Tennessee, Arkansas, and Arizona

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