Bryon has worked for more than two decades designing electrical systems for buildings. As a project electrical engineer, he’s responsible for all electrical design, lighting, power distribution, telecommunications, computer technology, electrical usage studies, and technical specifications.
One of Bryon’s recent and most rewarding projects was the design of Paul W. Crowley East Bay MET School. In this project, the school itself became a teaching tool. All of the engineering components in the design are used, by the teachers, to educate the students. The passion brought to the project by the client—to create a net zero facility and for that creation to serve as a tangible representation of learning—drove Bryon’s team to create something edifying.
When he’s not working, Bryon can be found gardening, fishing, hunting—anything that gets him into the great outdoors.