Mark Hopf, PE, CEM, a mechanical engineer with the Celina, Ohio, office of Fanning Howey, recently completed the Certified Energy Manager program through the Association of Energy Engineers. The CEM certification recognizes professionals who excel in optimizing energy performance for the built environment.
As a Certified Energy Manager, Mark leads Fanning Howey’s efforts to reduce energy consumption in learning environments across the country. Mark’s certification will enhance Fanning Howey’s commitment to sustainability-focused programs such as Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design® (LEED) certification and the ENERGY STAR® certification program.
“Fanning Howey provides our educational clients with a competitive advantage through energy-efficient buildings that reduce operating costs and put more money in the classroom,” says Terry Liette, PE, chief engineering officer for Fanning Howey. “As a Certified Energy Manager, Mark expands our team’s expertise in this area and helps Fanning Howey to deliver cost savings for our clients.”
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