Eric McDonald, C.E.M., LEED AP O+M

18-Oct-2018, 2:30-3:00pm

 
Session: Lighting

Track L | Emerging Energy Trends


The Use of Advanced Ligting Controls in Small to Medium Commercial Buildings: A case study of the DOE Lighting Technology Energy Solutions (LITES) program

Eric McDonald, C.E.M., LEED AP O+M
Director Facilities & Infrastructure
NextEnergy Center




Eric McDonald is Director, Facilities & Infrastructure Development at NextEnergy, a Detroit non-profit, accelerates cleantech solutions that create smarter, healthier more accessible communities and cities.

McDonald joined NextEnergy in 2011 in the Public Policy programs.McDonald is responsible for upgrades to the infrastructure and ongoing operation of NextEnergy’s campus.

McDonald has over twenty years experience in management of capital improvements and infrastructure development and redevelopment for major construction managers and property owners.McDonald has been involved on a diversity of projects including complete mechanical and electrical upgrades to industrial and commercial buildings; industrial backup power generation; civil, commercial, and industrial construction; landfill inspection and planning; and environmental remediation.

McDonald has a BA in Design from the University of Michigan and an MS in Civil Engineering from Wayne State University, Certified Energy Manager credential from the Association of Energy Engineers, and has LEED Accredited Professional designation from the USGBC.

 


 

Track: L Emerging Energy Trends | Session: Lighting

 

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