E Cube has two new members on the team. Chris Cunningham has been an intern for the last year and joins us after graduation from The Colorado School of Mines. Catherine Dressler joined us after graduating from the University of Colorado with a MS Degree in Architectural Engineering.
E Cube is moving from our Boulder, CO office into two new offices in downtown Denver and Loveland. This will better serve our Colorado clients and employees. New addresses effective April 1, 2018, are:
1400 Wewatta St., Suite 310
Denver, CO 80202
1720 Topaz Dr.
Loveland, CO 80537
E Cube is proud to announce three key staff were recently awarded the Certified Commissioning Professional (CCP) designation. This designation is earned through a comprehensive application and examination process and is recognized throughout the commissioning industry as a premier mark of professional achievement.
Requirements for the CCP include being active in the building commissioning industry for at least three years, and being of outstanding character, ability and reputation.
Building owners can be assured that E Cube CCPs will always meet or exceed any commissioning requirements that may be requested.
The CCP designation is recognized by the Better Buildings Workforce Guidelines and the Building Commissioning Certification Board (BCCB) announced in June 2016 that its CCP certification is now officially ANSI-accredited. It is the first certification program for commissioning providers to receive the designation.
The Building Commissioning Certification Board (BCCB) recently announced that E Cube, Inc. has been awarded the Certified Commissioning Firm (CCF) designation, having met all of the necessary requirements for the CCF, a portion of which includes extensive qualifying experience. The firm’s work on Primary Children’s Medical Center Ambulatory Care Center and Stanford University’s Research Animal Facility among others, helped E Cube earn this prestigious designation.
The BCCB was formed in 2004 to recognize firms who satisfy high-caliber commissioning requirements.
The CCF certification program serves the following purposes:
- Establish nationally recognized standards of knowledge and experience for building commissioning firms.
- Recognize firms who meet the requirements set by the BCCB.
- Serve building owners and the public by encouraging high quality building commissioning services.
Congratulations E Cube!
Construction is underway on a new 106,000-sf Science and Technology Building at Brigham Young University-Idaho. E Cube President, Len Rozek, CCP, CPMP, CEM, CDSM, LEED-AP, is leading E Cube’s team…