MEC-1929 has served as a mechanical engineering consultant to industry, utilities, research institutions, government agencies, and commercial building owners since 1972. He has been a professor of engineering professional development and mechanical engineering for a university in Wisconsin for 28 years. He is recognized as one of the primary leaders in development of technology for energy management, cool thermal energy storage, indoor air quality, and cold air distribution. In addition to these areas, in which he has had a major leadership and been an innovator, he has been involved in supermarkets, schools, hospitals, refrigerated warehouses, central plants, zoned residential air-conditioning, green buildings, sustainable buildings, passive solar, agricultural, jails and transport refrigeration.
Ph.D., Mechanical Engineering (minor: Operations Research), University of Wisconsin-Madison
M.S., Mechanical Engineering, University of Pittsburgh
B.S., Agricultural Engineering, Kansas State University