David is a valued member of the Forest staff. With over 19 years in the electrical industry he has had the opportunity to oversee complex and fast track projects. David has recently completed some large projects such as Verizon Phase I and Phase II data center expansions in Carteret, New Jersey and Bloomberg data center in Dayton, New Jersey. He is experienced with all aspects of electrical projects, whether it’s the initial engineering and design or the complex coordination of multiple trades required to get the job done.
On the Procure Proton Therapy project David was the lead engineer that was responsible to insure that over 100 various size ductbanks were precisely installed in poured concrete walls up to 15 feet thick at various levels. David designed all the conduits in AutoCad MEP and detailed hundreds of sketches in plan and section views to insure that the installation was installed with exact precision. David lead the coordination effort compiling the other trades drawings into Navisworks, running clashes and plotting coordinated drawings.
David was part of the team on Digital Realty Trust data center in Weehawkin, NJ. Laying out switchgear and underground feeders and running clashes with Navisworks. David was part of the project early on that paved the way for the excavating contractor to dig at multiple ductbank depths on this fast paced project.
On the Verizon data center projects David detailed all of the feeders for various systems. While designing some of the major feeder routing through the building, David discovered a problem that prompted the engineer of record to make a major change before construction began, which saved a considerable amount of time and money. David is a licensed electrical contractor in the state of New Jersey. He has always strived to keep current with the changing technology. He has attended seminars on “Job Productivity and Assurance Control”, completed courses in AutoCAD MEP and National Electrical Contractor Association’s (NECA) estimating courses to name a just few. A member of IBEW Local 102, he is trained in NFPA 70E arc flash protection, lockout tagout and confined space.
The Personal Side
David and his wife have two children. In his spare time, David is the Commander of the Sons of the American Legion and a Cub Scouts Den leader.