Gerald G. Maloney, PE
Gerald Maloney serves as principal in charge, project manager, and senior project engineer for mechanical engineering projects for the firm. He received a Bachelor of Science in Architectural Engineering from The University of Texas at Austin in 1960. Maloney has been a practicing consulting engineer throughout his career and is a registered professional engineer in Texas, Missouri, New York, and Arizona.
He established the firm of Gerald G. Maloney, PE, Consulting Engineer in 1978. Prior to opening a private practice, Maloney served with several well-known firms. He was with Silber and Associates in San Antonio from 1965 to 1971. He gained valuable experience with a major firm as Project Engineer for Perkins and Will in Chicago and organized an engineering component for the architectural firm of Ford, Powell, and Carson in 1972.
Maloney's breadth of experience and qualifications in mechanical practice include heating, ventilation, and air conditioning design, plumbing design for industrial and commercial buildings, avionics air systems, central plant and chilled water systems, compressed air systems, food service HVAC, product refrigeration, energy management and control systems, fire protection, fuel storage, gas distribution systems, geothermal wells, hazardous systems ventilation, heat recovery systems, high and low pressure steam systems, hot water and hot air systems, industrial waste and ventilation systems, industrial and medical gas systems, life safety, paint spray booths, and thermal storage systems. He has significant experience in restoration of mechanical and electrical systems for historic buildings.
Maloney's professional associations include the Texas Society for Professional Engineers (TSPE), American Society of Heating, Refrigerating, Air Conditioning Engineers (ASHRAE), American Society of Plumbing Engineers (ASPE), the Illuminating Engineering Society of North America (IESNA), National Fire Protection Association (NFPA), and Consulting Engineering Council (CEC).
He has served his chapter of ASHRAE as president, and is presently a member of the mechanical-electrical-structural liaison committee for the Texas Society of Architects and Consulting Engineers Council.
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