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Clint is the Manager of Mechanical Engineering at Luckett & Farley. He has 6 years of HVAC experience as well as experience in the Automotive and Defense Industries.
Clint started with Luckett and Farley in 2011. After graduating from Embry-Riddle in 2002, Clint spent time working as an aeronautical engineer in flight-testing for Lockheed Martin Aeronautics and as a weight engineer within program management for DaimlerChrysler. After moving to Alaska Clint was exposed to the HVAC industry while working for PDC Incorporated where he worked on projects geographically located from Antarctica, the North Slope of Alaska, to the Greenland icefield. His experience covers a wide range of projects in the Healthcare, Higher Education, and Industrial industries. Clint is also an avid bicyclist and commutes to work on his bike daily and spends his spare time learning photography and exploring Kentucky.
Licensure: Kentucky, Ohio, California, Arizona, Alaska
Certifications: HFDP, LEED AP
Educations: B.S. of Aerospace Engineering from Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University
So how do owners guarantee that the design firm they hired provides designs for buildings and building systems that meet the minimum requirements defined by law? It starts with code compliance. The International Mechanical Code (IMC) has “code” in the title, so it’s obviously a code, correct? Not quite. Unless the IMC has been adopted [more...]
Clint Channell, PE, HFDP, LEED AP |
August 15, 2012
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