Grant Dammicci, CSI
Grant Dammicci earned a Mechanical Engineering degree from Auburn University, and worked on academic research in the fields of Manufacturing and Machining Research and Systems in the area of Autonomous Vehicles (Drones) Research, developing Assistive Technology for the Disabled. Grant most recently worked for Focus Engineering as a Manufacturing Mechanical Engineer on prototypes and specialty parts and has experience with the various softwares that move a concept from modeling all the way to manufacturing production. Contributes to the content of Divisions 21, 22, 23, and BSD’s Virtual Product Library Prototype and Development, LinkMan-E and Revit/ BIM Coordination. Grant is fluent in coding/programming in 6 different software languages.
Kelli Gantt, CDT, CSI
Kelli Gantt earned a bachelor’s degree in Journalism from the University of South Carolina. After a 9 year career in the cable advertising industry, she went back to school and earned a master’s degree in Historic Preservation from Georgia State University. Pursuing her love of everything related to historic buildings and building materials, she lived in New York City and held internships with the Greenwich Village Society for Historic Preservation and the New York Historical Society. After moving back to Atlanta, she worked at Lord, Aeck, and Sargent as their specifications coordinator for 5 years. At LAS she earned the Construction Documents Technologist certificate from CSI, became the go-to person for training new architects on Speclink-E software, and cut her teeth in specifications writing. She has been a specifications writer with BSD on a part-time basis for 3 years. Within the SPECS Department Kelli is responsible for the content of Divisions 9, 10, and 12, as well as working with BPM sales in those divisions.
Tony Horton, LEED AP BD+C, CSI
Tony Horton attended the United States Military Academy Preparatory School (Fort Monmouth, NJ) and the United States Military Academy (West Point, NY) as an Army Invitational Reservist from 1995 to 1999. He was awarded the National Defense Service Medal for serving during the Persian Gulf War. Tony earned a degree in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Alabama, Birmingham (UAB). He has over 14 years’ experience as a full-time mechanical HVAC and plumbing consultant. Tony has been reviewing and writing specifications for 12+ years. Tony has been with BSD for over a year. Tony is responsible for the content of Divisions 21, 22, 23. Tony volunteers with the American Society of Heating, Refrigeration and Air-conditioning Engineers (ASHRAE) at the chapter, regional, and society level.
Pamela T. Markert, R.A. AIA, CSI
Pamela T. Markert is a registered architect and earned a BS and Master of Architecture degree from the GA Institute of Technology, and has over 39 years’ experience as an architect. She has been with BSD for approximately 5.5 years. Within the SPECS Department, Pam acts as the BPM Coordinator, responsible for assisting the BPM’s with proposals, contract fulfillment and maintenance.
G. Scott McIntosh-Mize, CCS, CSI
G. Scott McIntosh-Mize earned a degree in Architecture from the Georgia Institute of Technology, holds CSI’s master level certification in specification writing, and has more than twenty years’ experience as a full-time specification writer. He marks his eighth anniversary with BSD in October of this year. Within the SPECS Department, Scott is responsible for the content of Divisions 02 – 06, 31, 32, and 33, as well as managing production to BSD Support checking and publishing new content to the user version of SLE.
Joe I. Moreland, P.E., CSI
Joe I. Moreland is a is a registered engineer and graduated magna cum laude with a BS in Electrical Engineering from the Georgia Institute of Technology in 1994. Before coming to BSD, he worked for 16 years as a consulting electrical engineer, including 10 years as an associate. He has been with BSD for six years, where he is responsible for the content of Divisions 26, 27, & 28, as well as coordinating with Support and Software Departments on software issues related to specifications development.
David P. Rebhuhn, PE, CSI
Earned a B.S. degree in Aerospace Engineering from Iowa State University plus 6 months post graduate HVAC education at Trane Company, La Crosse, Wisconsin. Holds a Professional Engineering registration and is a Certified Energy Auditor. His overall expertise includes management of mechanical systems projects from design through implementation in addition to multi-discipline projects involving architectural, civil, structural, mechanical and electrical professional services. He has extensive experience in the design of mechanical systems, particularly heating, ventilation, air-conditioning, cooling, filtration, plumbing and related mechanical systems for institutional, corporate, continuing care retirement communities, military, and governmental projects. Mr. Rebhuhn has prepared construction documents and project manuals inclusive of technical specifications, opinions of probable construction costs and has supervised the installation and start-up of mechanical systems. He possesses over 44 years of experience. He has been employed with BSD for more than 6 years with primary responsibilities in updating current and creating new engineering specification sections in Divisions 21, 22, and 23.
David R. Trudell; AIA, CSI, SCIP, CCS, CCCA, LEED AP BD+C
Enlisted in U.S. Navy, honorably discharged in 1977 with 4 years of service Bachelor of Science Degree in Architecture, 1985, Lawrence Institute of Technology, Southfield, MI Bachelor of Architecture Degree, 1992, Lawrence Technological University, Southfield, MI Registered Architect in the State of Wisconsin, 1991, State of Michigan, 1992 Active member of CSI since 1992. Chapter President for local Chapters in Wisconsin and Michigan Contributing member of Institute Certification Committee, 2012 – 2014. Project Architect for commercial, healthcare, religious, educational, and retail projects. David has been with BSD for almost 3 years, and is responsible for Divisions 07, 08, 11, 13, and 14.