ccrd promotes senior associate
Carl A. Crow, PE, ASHRAE HEDP, has been promoted to senior associate by ccrd partners. Crow has 34 years of experience in engineering and construction and is licensed as a mechanical engineer in 19 states.
ccrd partners has promoted Carl A. Crow, PE, ASHRAE HBDP, to Senior Associate. Crow joined ccrd in May 2012 and works as a Project Manager and Senior Mechanical Engineer. He has 34 years of experience in the engineering and construction industry specializing in the design and specification of mechanical, plumbing and fire protection systems for large building projects including airports, high-rise office buildings, owner-occupied office buildings, hotels, restaurants, multi-family residences, healthcare facilities, universities, schools, laboratories, data centers and clean rooms. His experience also includes witnessing the startup, testing and commissioning of numerous building MEP systems. Prior to joining ccrd, Crow spent two years at Jacobs.
Crow’s professional affiliations include the American Society of Heating, Refrigeration and Air-Conditioning Engineers (ASHRAE) and the American Society of Plumbing Engineers (ASPE). Crow is licensed as a Mechanical Engineer in 19 states.
Crow holds Bachelor of Science degrees in both Architectural Engineering and Mathematics from the University of Texas at Austin. He also has a High-Performance Building Design Professional (HBDP) Certification from ASHRAE.
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