Total Building Commissioning welcomes Shearrow

TBC is pleased to announce that Roger L. Shearrow has joined the firm’s Phoenix office.


Roger L. Shearrow, PE, QCxP, LEED AP, brings 15 years of mechanical engineering and commissioning experience to Total Building Commissioning’s Arizona office. He is a professional engineer (P.E.) licensed in Arizona, a Qualified Commissioning Process Provider (QCxP), and a U.S. Green Building Council LEED Accredited Professional (LEED AP). He possesses a fire sprinkler design certificate from the American Fire Sprinkler Association (AFSA) and holds an AutoDesk Building Systems (now AutoCAD MEP) Essentials Training Certificate from an authorized Autodesk trainer.

Educated at the University of Arizona,  Shearrow earned a Bachelor of Science degree in mechanical engineering in 1995. He keeps his knowledge and skills up-to-date through continuing education and certification courses including those on the topics of HVAC sustainable design, plumbing codes, DDC control systems and commissioning.

Shearrow, through TBC’s sponsorship of the Green Schoolhouse Series, is providing LEED and other commissioning services for two Phoenix schools. The Safari and Studio school projects are to be the world’s first LEED Platinum schools designed and built by volunteers.

Some of Shearrow’s other projects include a study for the Yuma County Satellite Building in Wellton, Ariz., and commissioning at the University of Utah Medical Office Building at Daybreak development in South Jordan, Utah.

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