David Carter is an Electrical Design Engineer at PBX Engineering. David is registered as a professional engineer with the Association of Professional Engineers and Geoscientists of British Columbia, is a Registered Communications Distribution Designer, and has his LEED AP. David has over 8 years of experience in the buildings and industrial fields. David’s primary practice areas include private and public industrial, commercial, institutional, data center, and residential buildings.
His technical expertise includes a wide range of electrical and technology building systems, in particular: the design of normal power, emergency power generation, UPS systems, and standby power generation systems; structured cabling systems and infrastructure; lighting and lighting control systems for offices, teaching and research lab and wet lab, hazardous locations, site lighting, sports lighting, courtroom, correctional, and speciality feature areas.
David has the technical ability, communication skills, site experience, and project management experience to contribute to a project at any stage of implementation. He has frequently managed projects from their early planning stages, through owner and user group meetings; schematic and detailed design with the owner, prime and sub consultants; tender and bid administration; construction and field reviews; through to final commissioning and hand-over.
Key highlights of David’s personal experience include:
- Involved in the design of the Richmond Olympic Speed Skating Oval
- Electrical designer and BIM coordinator for the Lynden Pindling International Airport
- Lead electrical designer for the University of British Columbia Faculty of Pharmaceutical Sciences
- BC Correctional Centre Critical Equipment Alarm Monitoring System (CEAMS) designer at ACCW, NFPC, FRCC, KRCC, and FMCC facilities.