CSE welcomes Mahmood as newest board member

08/10/2010


Consulting-Specifying Engineer is pleased to announce its newest editorial advisory board member. Ali Mahmood, PE, is senior mechanical engineer & Group Operations Manager with Stanley Consultants Inc., Chicago. His 20 years of engineering experience includes project engineering and management as a mechanical engineer.

He works primarily in institutional, industrial, and utility facilities. The majority of his project experience lies in quality control and quality assurance of bid documents. He has completed analysis, engineering, and design of mechanical systems encompassing HVAC,  plumbing and fire protection. Mahmood’s experience also includes conducting technical and administrative support activities related to the new construction or major modernization of hospitals, public facilities, research laboratories, commercial buildings, federal and state facilities, and defense facilities.



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