Our guest this episode is John Williams, MEP and sustainability design manager for the Mexico City airport project.
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In this episode, we discuss;
• His journey from Manchester UK to the USA to Mexico. Who says engineering careers are boring!
• The unique challenges designing a new airport located 1 mile above sea level with high outside air pollution levels.
• Trans-disciplinary design.
And much more……
For more information on John and his work;
John Williams is a motivated and creative problem solver with over fifteen years of experience in engineering, design coordination plus project and design management for high performance buildings. John is currently leading the MEP & LEED design for the new airport in Mexico City.
Previously John was managing the MEP design team for the new Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta. John was also the mechanical Engineer of Record and lead SMEP design integrator for the innovative Apple Park in Cupertino. He has a passion for the built environment and enjoys using his experience and skills in design leadership, project management and building systems engineering.
John is a member of ASHRAE SSPC 55 (Thermal Comfort) | ASHRAE TC 6.5 (Radiant Systems) and a Professional & Chartered Engineer.
Experience & Awards
- 2015 PME Magazine – Mechanical Engineer of the Year.
- 2014 Consulting-Specifying Engineer 40 under 40 Award
- 2013-2014 Academy of Art University, San Francisco – Lecturer in MEP Design
- 2013 Corresponding Author for Paper presentation at 11th REHVA World Congress Clima In-Situ Performance of Chilled Ceilings in Stratified Environmentss
- Nuevo Aeropuerto Internacional de la Ciudad de Mexico, Mexico.
- Mercedes-Benz Stadium, Atlanta, GA, USA.
- Puerta Pedregal, DF, México.
- Apple Park, Cupertino CA, USA.
- Apple Retail Stores, China, Canada and USA.
- Newport Beach Civic Center, CA, USA.
- Shard London Bridge Tower, London UK.
- Northern Arizona University – Applied Research and Development Building, Flagstaff, AZ.
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