McGuire Engineers welcomes VP and Partner David P. Callan

Callan to lead McGuire Engineers' High Performance Building's Practice

May 15, 2013

McGuire Engineers is pleased to announce that David P. Callan, PE, CEM, LEED AP, HBDP has joined the firm as vice president and partner. With over 17 years of experience, Callan leads the firm’s high performance buildings practice.

“David’s expertise in the design and analysis of building systems for high performance projects in the commercial, institutional, healthcare, mission critical, public, and federal markets is a tremendous asset to the company,” said Anthony McGuire, founder and principal of McGuire Engineers.

Prior to joining McGuire Engineers, Callan served as senior vice president and director of technical operations for Environmental Systems Design, Inc. located in Chicago, Ill. His career also includes senior positions at Syska Hennessy Group, Inc and Skidmore, Owings & Merrill LLP. Callan received a B.S. in Architectural Engineering from Drexel University and a M.S. in Construction Engineering and Management from the Illinois Institute of Technology. 

About McGuire Engineers
McGuire Engineers, Inc., (MEPC) founded in 1986, is a full service engineering firm based in Chicago, Ill. which provides engineering design and consulting services for both existing and new commercial, institutional and industrial buildings. MEPC is active in LEED-Certified and sustainable design projects and has LEED accredited professionals in every discipline with excellent performance records in LEED design, commissioning, energy modeling, energy audits and consulting. MEPC clients have trusted the firm with their finest art and most valuable assets, and the staff prides itself on developing innovative solutions that not only do the job, but save customers time and money.  Notable projects include the John Hancock Building, The Field Museum and the Art Institute of Chicago.  Visit www.mepcinc.com.

         
 

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