Robert J. Garra Jr. joins editorial advisory board

Robert J. Garra Jr., PE, CDT, has joined the Consulting-Specifying Engineer editorial advisory board.

07/01/2015


Robert J. Garra Jr., PE, CDT, has joined the Consulting-Specifying Engineer editorial advisory board. An engineering leader who understands clients and their goals, Robert J. Garra Jr., PE, CDT, vice president electrical engineer at CannonDesign, applies his project leadership and industry knowledge across market segments while providing strategic direction to CannonDesign’s engineering and education markets. He effectively manages integrated projects by encouraging multidisciplinary, high-performance design teams in which contractors, clients, and CannonDesign team members work to achieve project goals. Garra is responsible for conceptual planning, design, and construction administration of medium- and low-voltage power distribution, lighting, lighting controls, building systems, emergency power distribution, and other types of electrical engineering systems. Garra was a 2013 Consulting-Specifying Engineer 40 Under 40 winner.



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