Firm’s Engineering Capabilities Strengthened
Nathan P. Jones achieves Professional Engineer
Lenity Architecture is pleased to announce that Nathan P. Jones, P.E., has recently attained licensure as a Professional Engineer (P.E.) from the Oregon State Board of Examiners for Engineering and Land Surveying. Additionally, Nathan successfully completed the National Council of Examiners for Engineering and Surveying (NCEES) examination which provides evidence of his ability to competently practice as a Mechanical Engineer. As a condition of licensure, the State of Oregon requires evidence of at least four years of qualifying experience in engineering work, along with applicable knowledge, skill, and education.
A graduate of Oregon State University, Nathan’s work emphasis has been designing Heating, Ventilation and Air-Conditioning (HVAC) systems, HVAC sizing, drafting, modeling and selecting equipment, as well as reviewing and supervising the design of all plumbing systems made by Lenity Architecture’s Mechanical Electrical Plumbing (MEP) Engineering Department.
As a member of the MEP Engineering Department, Nathan has participated in performing all HVAC-related construction administration, deftly handling questions from contractors and reviewing all HVAC submittals for all projects. As Lenity’s resident expert on energy and commissioning code requirements, Nathan is responsible for verifying that no matter where a building is being built it is meeting all local energy code requirements – not only for MEP-related systems but for architectural systems as well.
“It has been my pleasure to watch Nathan’s growth from being an inexperienced new hire to becoming a Registered Professional Engineer. Nathan is curious, conscientious and thorough. As I turn over engineering responsibilities to Nathan, I am confident in his abilities and leadership.”
– Robert Hazleton, P.E. – Director of Engineering
Now licensed in Oregon, Nathan will soon begin the process to transferring his Professional Engineer licensure to other states.