Mr. Hammett serves as a Mechanical Designer as well as Project Manager. His portfolio features diverse projects including telecommunications facilities, data centers, mission critical facilities, educational facilities, commercial tenant improvements, park and recreation facilities, and civic administration facilities. Several of these projects have been recognized for their sustainable design elements, meeting the stringent requirements of Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED), the Collaborative for High Performance Schools (CHPS), and SDG&E’s Savings by Design performance criteria.
Mr. Hammett has designed environmental control systems with various systems and technologies: water source heat pumps, variable refrigerant flow (VRF) systems, chilled water and heating hot water systems, gas-electric rooftop packaged systems, DX split systems, primary-secondary loop design, variable primary loop design, VAV with reheat, medium pressure natural gas systems, airside energy recovery systems, waterside energy recovery systems, and direct digital control building management systems.
Through his work experience, Mr. Hammett has gained extensive awareness of the integrations required between architectural and engineering systems as well as the prerequisites for a successful project through design, plan check, construction and commissioning.