Daniel White P.E. LEED A.P. (BD+C)
Principal/ Electrical Engineer
Dan is a Principle and Electrical / Energy Design Engineer with Humber-Garick Consulting Engineers. Dan has seven years of degreed consulting engineering experience in lighting, power and fire alarm and seven years experience in the same field prior to obtaining his degree.
Daniel J. White, P.E., LEED AP (BD+C) has been designing electrical systems in Florida, Mississippi, Alabama, and around the world since 2006.
Dan’s design experience includes power distribution, lighting, grounding, grid-tie photovoltaic power design, LEED design, telecommunications, power metering and fire alarm systems design. Additionally, field experience as a project engineer for military projects with extensive knowledge performing surveys of power systems on CONUS and OCONUS military installations. Type of construction design experience includes military, new and renovated schools, multi-family housings, airport terminals, churches, and commercial buildings. Experience encompasses consulting Architects and Contractors.
Dan designed the electrical design for a LEED Gold accredited 130,000 sq. ft. elementary school in 2009. Electrical design included power systems, lighting, life safety, fire alarm, mechanical equipment power, kitchen equipment power, and intercom. Power design included a 28,000 KWH annual photovoltaic (solar panel) system. Classroom lighting design included energy efficient daylight harvesting and motion sensor control.
Dan was the Project Engineer for two international USAG Advanced Metering projects in Japan and Germany. The work performed included site survey and engineering plan design for electrical metering reporting to central server. Systems include electric power metering, Modbus RTU, Lonworks, and ethernet communications using copper and fiber optic networks for 406 buildings in Tokyo, Kure, and Okinawa regions and for 398 buildings in Kaiserslautern and Stuttgart regions.