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2018 Engineering Leader Under 40: Raniel Camacho, PE, 33

Project Manager, San Francisco International Airport, San Francisco, CA, United States

By McKenzie Burns, Production Coordinator September 13, 2018

Raniel Camacho, PE; San Francisco International AirportRaniel Camacho, PE, 33
Project Manager
San Francisco International Airport, San Francisco, CA, United States
BS Mechanical Engineering, California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo

Growing up, Raniel enjoyed playing with LEGOs because he loved being creative and building things. As he got older, Raniel realized engineering would allow him to do just that, at a larger scale, all while helping people in his community. While at SFO, he has been assigned projects such as replacing two 3,000-ton chillers as well as a major upgrade to all utility meters and consolidation of multiple building management systems across the airport. Raniel has been a part of a 2-person team to create, develop, and implement SFO’s $76 million Energy Management Control System project and co-developed planning, design, and construction aspects to upgrade, integrate and standardize gas, water, electricity, and building management systems across SFO’s 100+ buildings into a single system.

Fun Fact: Raniel is an active volunteer at Habitat for Humanity, an organization that helps build homes for low income families in his community.