Tom Divine joins editorial advisory board

Tom Divine, PE, has joined the Consulting-Specifying Engineer editorial advisory board.

07/01/2015


Tom Divine, PE, has joined the Consulting-Specifying Engineer editorial advisory board.Tom Divine, PE, senior electrical engineer at Smith Seckman Reid Inc. in Houston, has spent 16 years in the consulting engineering field, with the past 12 years designing and engineering health care facilities. He is responsible for power, lighting, and fire alarm design for hospital and health care projects. Project experience includes hospitals, data centers, light industrial plants, and campus distribution systems. He has written a number of articles on standby generation and has presented at several Consulting-Specifying Engineer webcasts. He has a bachelor of science in electrical engineering from the University of Houston.



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