TLC Engineering for Architecture names director of Dallas office
Ben Cole has been named Director of TLC Engineering for Architecture in Dallas.
Ben Cole has been named Director of TLC Engineering for Architecture in Dallas. A firm principal whose most recent role was senior mechanical project engineer at the Jacksonville office, Ben has been with TLC for more than 15 years. He is experienced in all aspects of mechanical engineering and project management.
As a Healthcare Facility Design Professional accredited by the American Society of Heating, Refrigerating and Air-Conditioning Engineers (ASHRAE), he is extremely knowledgeable about the specialized design requirements of healthcare facilities and the needs of hospital staff and medical professionals. His portfolio includes new hospitals and major additions/renovations for healthcare systems throughout the country, as well as VA clinics and assisted living facilities. He is also experienced in the design of higher education, K-12, and commercial office buildings. A U.S. Green Building Council LEED-Accredited Professional, Ben has provided sustainable design services for numerous projects.
TLC Engineering for Architecture is one of the largest consulting engineering firms in the South with headquarters in Orlando and offices in Dallas, Tallahassee, Ft. Myers, Cocoa, Deerfield Beach, Tampa, Miami, Jacksonville, and Nashville.
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