Gerald G. Maloney, Jr, PE

Gerald Maloney, Jr. received a Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering from The University of Texas at Austin in 1983. He joined MALONEY ASSOCIATES CONSULTING ENGINEERS upon graduation. Maloney serves as project manager and project engineer for industrial, process, electrical, and sports-lighting projects. Maloney has also been responsible for computer hardware installation and management for the firm and has enabled the establishment of a completely computerized production effort. He received his professional registration in electrical engineering in Texas in 1987. Maloney was awarded a Work-Study Engineering Fellowship from Texas Instruments in 1980. His work there included electronic assembly and computer design.

Maloney is experienced and qualified in a variety of electrical engineering applications including commercial buildings power design, commercial lighting design, electrical systems planning, medium voltage (4.16 kv, 15 kv, 25 kv) electrical distribution design, energy analysis, fire detection and warning systems, fuse, breaker, and relay coordination, industrial lighting design, industrial buildings power design, lightning protection, outdoor and lighting design, standby and emergency power systems, uninterruptible power supply design, supervisory control and data acquisition (SCADA), LAN and management information systems.

He has designed sports lighting projects all over Texas, including Cardinal Field in Harlingen (professional level baseball), multipurpose fields in Plano, Fort Worth, Arlington, Allen, Duncanville, Prairie View, and Carrollton.

Maloney is a member of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, the Texas Society for Professional Engineers (TSPE) and the Illuminating Engineering Society of North America (IESNA). He has actively represented his profession through committee assignments and seminar presentations. Maloney has served as President of the West Texas Section of the IESNA, and has taught lighting design courses.