“David Heinzerling is a registered Mechanical Engineer with experience in a wide range of HVAC design project types, including office buildings, laboratories, high-rise residential, commercial kitchens, and cultural buildings. With a background in building science, he also has expertise in many areas of HVAC research and analysis, including indoor environmental quality monitoring, chiller plant optimization, waterside and airside economizer analysis, and life-cycle cost equipment selection. As a curious and knowledgeable web-application developer, Mr. Heinzerling leads Taylor Engineering’s BIM standards group and development of in-house design and optimization tools.
Mr. Heinzerling is a specialist in indoor environmental quality monitoring and wireless sensing, with extensive field study experience, largely through his past and continued work with the Center for Built Environment at UC Berkeley. He is also an active member of ASHRAE Standard 55 – Thermal Environmental Conditions for Human Occupancy and has given multiple seminars on topics including thermal comfort and building performance monitoring. A former high school math and environmental science educator and IT administrator, Mr. Heinzerling brings a broad perspective to his work and relationships. He received his bachelor’s degrees from The University of Texas at Austin and master’s degree from the University of California, Berkeley.”