Nathan Frost is NCEES certified Modern Law Engineer (MLE) and licensed in over 20 states, including California, Oregon, and Washington.
With a degree in mechanical engineering from Oregon State University, Nathan Frost is the mechanical engineer for Lenity Architecture. Nathan’s work emphasis has been designing Heating, Ventilation and Air-Conditioning (HVAC) systems, HVAC sizing, drafting, modeling, selecting equipment, and directing 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 and Plumbing-related construction administration, deftly handling questions from contractors and reviewing all HVAC and Plumbing submittals for all projects. As Lenity’s resident expert on energy and commissioning code requirements, Nathan is also 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.