2012 40 Under 40: Brandon D. Enevold, PE, LEED AP BD+C, 35

Principal, Electrical Systems, MW Consulting Engineers, Spokane, Wash.

05/14/2012


Brandon D. Enevold, PE, LEED AP BD+C, 35 Brandon D. Enevold

Principal, Electrical Systems, MW Consulting Engineers, Spokane, Wash.

University of Idaho, BS

Enevold has been an electrical engineer with MW Consulting Engineers since 2002, following his graduation from the University of Idaho. Enevold works hard, but he plays even harder, enjoying whitewater rafting, fly-fishing, archery hunting, and camping trips with his wife and children. His roots in the construction industry stem from two prior generations of Enevold electricians, and he has always gravitated toward electrical power while demonstrating natural leadership skills. In 2007, Enevold became a Principal at MW Consulting Engineers. Prior to pursuing his degree in electrical engineering, he worked as an apprentice electrician, gaining valuable field experience in the construction industry. Since 2001, he has developed a broad range of electrical expertise including the design of power distribution systems, power generation systems, photovoltaics, low-voltage lighting control systems, fire alarm systems, audio/video systems, and telecommunications systems for numerous types of commercial construction including higher education, healthcare, office, international, and institutional facilities in both the public and private sectors. Many of MW’s repeat clients specifically request that Enevold be assigned to their new projects, and he has successfully completed more than 40 different projects over the past 10 years at his University of Idaho alma mater. Enevold is recognized for producing detailed and thorough electrical designs in a timely and efficient manner.

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