A licensed professional engineer in the State of Arizona and in Manitoba, Canada and an engineer with over twenty years of experience in the field of data center design and management. Has worked as an electrical, network, and data center infrastructure engineer, as well as a program and project manager in related areas. As an independent consultant, he has provided data center design and operations consulting or training to clients on six continents and 28 countries. In addition, has been an active participant in the development and promotion of several international standards relating to data centers and their sustainable operation.

Formal Education

  • B.S. in Electrical Engineering, University of Manitoba

Career Highlights

  • Subject matter expert and participant in development and promotion of international standards for data center design and operation
  • Recipient of an award from The Green Grid’s for contributions to energy use reduction in data center design
  • Elected as a Senior Member of the IEEE in recognition of his contributions to the data center design and operations industry
  • Author of a chapter in a reference book for data center designers

Expert Qualifications

  • Testified as an expert in defense of Facebook at deposition and Emerson Network Power at jury trial in U.S. District Court in Northern California
  • Submitted expert reports in cases before other U.S. District Courts, including in Virginia, Nevada, and Tennessee
  • Expert report to the U.S. General Accountability Office in support of a bid protest regarding a Library of Congress solicitation for DWDM Fiber Services
  • Provided expert declaration in a matter before the American Arbitration Association
  • Consulting expert to counsel for Hewlett Packard with a matter before the Singapore International Arbitration Center