MPW is pleased to announce the addition of Matthew Trinsey to lead the development of the organization’s refrigeration design team. The new team will enhance MPW’s mechanical engineering capabilities to serve the increasing demand for planning, designing and troubleshooting of complex refrigeration systems for supermarkets, convenience stores and industrial applications.
Trinsey has extensive experience working with big-box retailers, those with over 150,000 square feet of retail space, and national super-market chains, evaluating sites for retrofitting, designing prototypes, and implementing proven refrigeration systems and monitoring technologies.
The resource demands for refrigeration and cooling are intensive. In many cases, mechanical control systems are responsible for more than 80% of a commercial building’s energy cost. In addition, environmentally-responsible solutions are often required to meet an owner’s brand requirements as well and LEED (Leadership for Energy and Environmental Design) standards for green design and construction.
“An important focus of the refrigeration design team will be comparing energy-usage data with the models that we developed for each system,” principal engineer, Scott Webb said. “So we can optimize performance in a way that balances cost and environmental impact.”
MPW Engineering is a Tulsa-based engineering firm that has continuing projects throughout the United States ranging from independent, stand-alone businesses to large retailers with multi-state brand rollouts. These projects include new construction and renovating older facilities that utilize MPW’s large engineering staff. MPW Engineering responds to these increasing demands all over the U.S. to the benefit of Oklahoma, by recruiting and staffing positions out of their Tulsa-based office.