I’m very flattered to have the opportunity to rub elbows with future construction industry giants.
Horsham, PA (PRWEB) March 05, 2014
Dan Kerr, president of Philadelphia-area mechanical construction, service, and energy services firm Burns Mechanical, is serving on the jury of the annual student architectural engineering competition held by the Architectural Engineering Institute (AEI) of ASCE, the American Society of Civil Engineers.
The AEI initiated the student competition specifically for accredited architectural engineering programs to showcase the value of collaboration, competition, and peer review, all of which are important in the development of designs in the professional world. A grant provided by the Charles Pankow Foundation has helped to make the competition possible.
“I’m very flattered to have the opportunity to rub elbows with future construction industry giants,” said Kerr, a graduate of Penn State’s architectural engineering program.
Teams of students will present their work at the AEI National Student Conference later this month at Drexel University in Philadelphia.
The jury consists of the following professionals:
Structural: David W. Bernhardt, P.E.; Lindsay L. Hu, P.E., LEED AP
Integration: Eric Cole, AIA, LEED AP; Charles DeLisio, AIA, P.E, LEED AP
Mechanical: Dan Kerr, P.E.; Joseph Dilenno, P.E., LEED AP BD+C
Construction: Gregory Dunkle, LEED AP, CCM; Shane A. Boyer
About Burns Mechanical
Burns Mechanical is a leading commercial mechanical contracting firm, serving the greater Philadelphia area providing construction and service for some of the region's most prestigious projects. Its target market of ongoing and completed contracting and service projects includes healthcare and pharmaceutical facilities, high-rise and high-end office complexes, data centers, manufacturing and research facilities, commercial marketplaces, and institutions.
Founded in 1998, Burns is a wholly-owned subsidiary of PPL Corporation. For more information, visit http://www.burnsmechanical.com or call 215-674-9000.