Associate / Senior Designer of Mechanical
Climate change may suddenly be a hot topic nowadays, but Dave Neuville has been at it for over 30 years. Only he’s concerned not so much with controlling the climate outside. His specialty is controlling the climate inside buildings, particularly sensitive healthcare environments including surgery suites, laboratories and patient areas. To do so, Dave employs some of the latest HVAC and ventilation technology and practices, from variable air volume systems and high-efficiency boiler systems to variable speed pumping systems and heat recovery systems. His goal? To maximize both patient and staff comfort and safety, while contributing measurable bottom-line savings. While Dave is often asked to apply his specialized knowledge to complex healthcare environments, such as a recent hospital expansion, his expertise comes in handy for other projects as well. At a Green Bay high school, Dave helped convert their outdated steam heat system to a highly efficient hot water system—a project of enormous scope and design challenges. It’s a shame Dave can’t do a little in the way of outdoor climate control, though. Really, is a couple weeks of 80-degree temps in Wisconsin during January too much to ask?
Education & Affiliations
Associate of Applied Science – Mechanical Engineering, Milwaukee School of Engineering
Registered HVAC Designer – Wisconsin
American Society of Heating, Refrigeration, and Air Conditioning (ASHRAE)
Dave has been a part of the Somerville team since 1986