Harriman's Story Receives Professional License
Harriman, a full-service architecture and engineering firm, is pleased to announce that David W. Story recently received his Professional Engineer (P.E.) license from the State of Maine, Board of Licensure for Professional Engineers.
- Lewiston-Auburn, ME (1888PressRelease) August 10, 2011 - The state's licensing process involves education and training, industry experience and testing.
Story has worked in Harriman's Auburn office for over five years as a Mechanical Engineer-Intern. He has spent a great deal of time performing feasibility studies to determine the viability and payback of sustainable technologies, as well as designing a variety of systems that focus on energy efficiency. In addition, Story has experience developing utility master plans and performing facility analyses for various campus settings. Most recently, Story was part of the design team responsible for the integration of the first fuel cell in the country for a food retailer. His experience also includes the design of energy-efficient chilled and hot water hydronic systems. He is currently designing the replacements of the underground utility distribution systems at Bowdoin College and the University of New Hampshire.
Story graduated from the University of New Hampshire with a Bachelor of Science degree in Mechanical Engineering and an Associate of Applied Science in Civil Engineering. He is a Leadership in Energy & Environmental Design (LEED) Accredited Professional, and a member of the American Society of Heating, Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Engineers (ASHRAE).
Story resides in Lewiston with his wife Jessica and their son Cooper.
Harriman provides architecture and engineering design services for education, healthcare, corporate, government, and retail clients throughout New England from offices in Auburn and Portland, Maine, and Manchester, New Hampshire. The seventh-oldest design firm in the country, award-winning and nationally recognized, Harriman has been building communities since 1870. For more information, visit www.harriman.com.