The Building Dynamics Team
Ed Light, CIH
Mr. Light holds degrees in Environmental Science from the University of Massachusetts (B.S.) and Marshall University (M.S.), is a Senior Fellow of the American Industrial Hygiene Association, has authored over 40 scientific publications on assessment and control of the indoor environment and has chaired several national scientific committees. In the 1980’s, Ed established the West Virginia Department of Health IAQ Program, pioneering efforts to resolve exposure issues related to formaldehyde, asbestos, and termiticides. In the 1990’s, he developed widely used protocols for addressing IEQ complaints (published by EPA, NIOSH and ISIAQ) and managing air quality in occupied buildings under construction (for SMACNA, promulgated by ANSI). As a consultant, Ed has directed more than 1000 multi-disciplinary IEQ investigations, ranging from the White House to the South Pole Station. He has been admitted as an expert witness in numerous litigations.
James Bailey, PE
Mr. Bailey has been a consulting engineer for 35 years, specializing in building mechanical systems, indoor environmental quality and energy analysis. He holds a B.S. in Mechanical Engineering from Bucknell University and M.S. in Nuclear Engineering from Pennsylvania State University. Jim has designed HVAC systems for new construction, major renovations, and specialized operations, spanning a wide variety of building uses. Jim is noted for his expertise in ventilation, moisture control and mechanical hygiene and has been a key contributor to many IEQ studies. His work involving energy modeling, retrofit design and solar system analysis has won several ASHRAE energy conservation awards.
Lee Salter, P.E., LEED AP
Senior Project Engineer
Ms. Salter holds a B.S. in Mechanical Engineering from the Georgia Institute of Technology. She has extensive experience in evaluation and design of commercial, educational and governmental building systems. Her work includes HVAC design-build for general contractors and energy savings performance contracts. Lee is an active member of ASHRAE.
Senior Industrial Hygienist
Mr. Gay's expertise includes both IAQ investigation and operation of HVAC systems. Roger's 40 year career includes work in occupational health and safety, air pollution control and IEQ. He also gained valuable, hands-on experience working as a building engineer.
Rick Meetre, PE, CEM, CBCP
Mr. Meetre has specialized for thirty years in HVAC building automation controls, focusing on engineering design, programming, onsite system startup, commissioning, troubleshooting, and training.
Todd Curry, PE
Mr. Curry is a mechanical engineering graduate of MIT with over 30 years experience. For BDL, he has provided HVAC design and energy analysis services for the Department of Defense, the Montgomery County Public School system and the US Department of State.
Hon Chau, PE
Mr. Chau is a mechanical engineer with 10 years HVAC experience. In addition to systems design, Hon has commissioned a variety of HVAC projects and has specialized skills in automation controls.