Miller is named president of BCA
The Building Commissioning Association has announced Mark Miller, PE, CCP, as the president of the International Board of Directors
The Building Commissioning Association (BCA) announced Mark Miller, P.E., CCP, as the president of the International Board of Directors.
According to the BCA, Mark has been instrumental in developing and promulgating guidelines and best practices for new and existing building commissioning on both a regional and national level. He has a diverse background in both energy management and building commissioning. His work includes leading commissioning and energy efficiency efforts for large commercial and institutional clients across the United States. Mark has been an active member since joining the BCA in 2003. He was a founding member of the Northeast Regional Chapter, where he was president until joining the International Board of Directors as a director-at-large. He has also served as chair of the New and Existing Building Commissioning Best Practices Committee, and was instrumental in the publication of the Existing Building Commissioning Best Practices document. He also serves as a subcommittee chair for ASHRAE Guideline 0.2.
- Edited by Amanda McLeman, Consulting-Specifying Engineer, www.csemag.com
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