Building design requires energy usage. Therefore, electrical engineers work closely with architects.They depend on architects to give the shell of the enclosed space enabling the engineers to fill space with equipment. Lighting can be the determining factor in the architects overall design process especially when existing construction is involved. Constant delays on projects occur due to compacted scheduling, rushed execution of managing all coordination of architectural, mechanical, and electrical engineering.



“Electrical design entails planning, creating, testing, or supervising the development and installation of electrical equipment, including lighting equipment, power systems, power distribution, fire and life safety systems, electronic components, and voice and data communications infrastructure.”

Michael’s combination of architectural and electrical experience makes him an asset to any project. He has designed the architectural and electrical aspects of terminals, baggage systems, utility changeovers for runway rehabilitation, repaving taxiways, public parking gates, sensors, and ticketing equipment. Michael has assisted with master planning retail and commercial utility rehabilitation efforts for electrical, mechanical, and telecommunication systems.