As a mechanical engineer at 360 Engineering since 2012, Travis shares his passion and well-rounded knowledge of mechanical system design, building energy, and controls. His skills range from energy analysis, cooling and heating load calculations, development of energy conserving measures, mechanical system design, and equipment selection for industrial facilities, commercial buildings, and laboratories.
Travis manages projects of all sizes, in a diverse range of market sectors, including extensive work with federal government agencies such as the National Renewable Energy Laboratory, National Park Service, and the General Services Administration, in addition to many local municipalities. Recent clients for Travis include Denver International Airport (DEN) and Southwest Airlines.
He is a leader and mentor to our project engineers, focused on efficiency and providing our clients with the highest quality service. Travis leads the foundation training of all our new mechanical engineers, and serves as 360 Engineering’s technology and IT expert. As a graduate of Colorado School of Mines with a B.S. in Mechanical Engineering, Travis continues to grow personally and professionally. He passed the Professional Engineer (PE) exam in 2017, and is now a licensed engineer in the State of Colorado. Travis also serves as a Commissioner for the Town of Castle Rock Public Safety Commission.
Travis has a passion for electronics, and enjoys researching the latest trends and technology on the market. Most importantly, Travis enjoys spending time with his wife and son.
- Southwest Airlines Maintenance Expansion- Denver, CO
- Denver International Airport Concourses B and C Expansions- Denver, CO
- Northfield Fire Station- Denver, CO
- FirstBank Cheyenne Mountain & HWY 115 Branch- Colorado Springs, CO
- Vision Transformation- Optometrist Office Tenant Finish- Lakewood, CO
- General Services Administration (GSA) Denver Federal Center Building 56 Laboratory Renovation- Denver, CO