President and General Manager
Kenneth A. Mackenzie
Masters of Science Mechanical Engineering, Washington University, 1982.
Bachelor of Science Civil Engineering, Union College, 1978.
Project Engineer for design and analysis of energy conservation measures for commercial and industrial facilities, 1978-1980, Energy & Value Consultants, Inc.
Engineer of environmental control system design and component selection for military applications, 1981, Washington University Technology Associates
Senior Analyst, 1982, Energy Engineering Associates, Inc.
Senior Consultant, 1983 to 1990, Vice President - Engineering Services, 1990-1996, EE Linden Associates, Inc.
President and General Manager; February 1996-present, Southport Engineering Associates, PC.
Management and coordination of mechanical, electrical and structural engineering design projects for industrial, commercial, hospital, restaurant and residential clients.
Design, testing and analysis of central cooling and heating plants and distribution systems, design review services, feasibility studies for incineration and heat recovery systems and cogeneration, computerized piping hydraulic analyses, energy conservation studies, central chilled water plant operational analyses.
Building management and control systems upgrades to DDC and preparation of competitive bid documents.
Indoor air quality analyses, review of HVAC, plumbing, electric and architectural designs for building owners, piping and corrosion/water treatment analyses, design and implementation technical support.
Upgrades of utility services, including electric, steam, gas, water and sewer systems.
Analyses of structural problems/deterioration, building inspections, preparation of mechanical and electrical master plan documents for facility managers and building owners.
Registered Professional Engineer: New York, Connecticut, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, New Hampshire, Rhode Island, Nevada & Florida.
J. Walter Williams
Bachelor of Science Mechanical Engineering, Bucknell University, 1985.
Engineer, 1985-1987, The Austin Company, Cleveland, Ohio
Senior Engineer, 1987-1993, The Austin Company, South Plainfield, New Jersey
Engineer, 1993-1995, Altieri Sebor Wieber Consulting Engineers
Senior Engineer, 1995-1997, EE Linden Associates, Inc.
Vice President, 1997-present, Southport Engineering Associates, PC.
Design and specification of HVAC systems for new and existing residential, commercial, institutional and industrial facilities, including banks, museums, libraries, hotels, laboratories, hospitals, newspaper printing plants, computer rooms, elementary schools, secondary schools and colleges.
Cooling and heating load calculations, operating cost modeling, equipment selection and layout, contract document preparation.
Field inspections and surveys of existing systems, development of remedial solutions.
Review of shop drawing submittals, commissioning of building management systems, field support of HVAC, plumbing and fire protection contractors, punchlisting of construction projects.
Measurement and testing of mechanical systems.
Energy analysis for performance contracting.
Design of commercial refrigeration systems.
Design and specification of plumbing and fire protection systems.
Registered Professional Engineer: Connecticut, New Jersey and Pennsylvania.
Michael F. Fabrizi
Bachelor of Science Electrical Engineering, Manhattan College, 1984.
Engineer, 1984-1986, Impell Corporation
Engineer, 1986-1987, Burns and Roe, Inc.
Circuit Management Engineer, 1987-1990, Jersey Central Power and Light Company
Engineer, 1990-1993, EE Linden Associates, Inc.
Senior Associate, 1993-1999, Fairfield Associates, Inc.
Vice President, 1999-present, Southport Engineering Associates, PC.
Engineering and design of electrical distribution and controls, fire alarm, emergency generation systems, UPS and data centers for commercial, industrial, hospitality, restaurant and residential clients.
Providing specialized support facilities for large common carrier telecommunications centers.
Engineering and design of underground and overhead electrical utility distribution systems and lighting facilities.
Preparation of system design, load forecasting and planning studies.
Analysis of power line disturbance and harmonics problems on electrical systems that affect sensitive electronic equipment and computer systems and implementation of solutions to mitigate problems.
Selection and specification of uninterruptible power supply systems and power conditioning systems for computer and data center applications.
Survey and document electrical facilities.
Develop electrical one line and riser diagrams.
Investigate, evaluate and report on the integrity of existing building electrical distribution and emergency generation systems with regards to electrical loadings, system reliability, exposures to single point failures and code compliance.
Prepare recommendations and budgets for improvements.
Perform inspections and site assessments of underground and aboveground petroleum bulk storage facilities.
Design and engineer storage tank removals, installations and upgrades per federal, state and city regulations.
Registered Professional Engineer: Connecticut, New Jersey, Massachusetts.