CSHQA adds Joe Huff as senior engineer V – mechanical
CSHQA is pleased to announce that Joe Huff, PE has joined the firm as a senior engineer V – mechanical in its Boise office. He brings 10+ years of HVAC design experience to the firm including energy efficiency projects, DDC controls upgrades and large industrial campuses including government, health care, hydrogen, and others. Huff has been involved with projects including: Torrance Memorial Medical Center North Wing Tower HVAC upgrades and floor renovations, Santa Maria, California mixed-use residential building HVAC and plumbing design, Champaign-Urbana Mass Transit District Hydrogen facility upgrades, Marine Corps Air Station Miramar DDC upgrades for over 20 buildings and several hotel HVAC upgrade projects throughout California. He is working on various projects including the Idaho Air National Guard hangar renovations, City of Boise electrification studies, and the City of Ketchum new City Hall building. Huff received his Bachelor of Science in mechanical engineering from California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo in 2008. He is a licensed Professional Engineer in California, Idaho, Illinois and Oregon.
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