As an Engineer, Laura provides analyses and project development support with a focus on tenant utility billing for existing and new developments. She works with property owners to optimally, as well as cost-effectively, redistribute master-meter utility costs to their tenants. She reviews each tenant’s Mechanical, Electrical and Plumbing (MEP) drawings to accurately tabulate Electric, HVAC and Water usage where a sub-meter is not installed, with the goal of minimizing the risk to a property owner in underbilling or overbilling tenants. Her in-depth knowledge of building and lighting systems helps her to offer invaluable advice to property owners, including strategic economic analysis, on a large variety of energy efficiency initiatives.
(MEP) drawings to accurately tabulate Electric, HVAC and Water usage where a sub-meter is not installed, with the goal of minimizing the risk to a property owner in underbill
Before joining Resource Energy, Laura worked for the U.S Army Corps of Engineers where she started as an electrical engineer and gained experience performing load calculations, voltage drop, and lighting levels while designing the lighting and power systems for federal buildings. She later transitioned into the field with the Army Corps, where she served as a project engineer, managing a multi-disciplinary team through the construction process for the past six years. Here, she gained customer service experience by serving as the liaison between all stakeholders and gained technical knowledge through extensive research of procedural and product submittals for compliance with nation building codes, standards, and technical specifications. Laura looks forward to putting her experience and capabilities to work at Resource Energy.
Laura graduated from Old Dominion University with a Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering.