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Mechanical Engineer Joins National Institute of Building Sciences Team

Wednesday, June 23, 2010  
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The National Institute of Building Sciences has added a mechanical engineer to its employee roster. Drew Rouland comes on board as a project manager. He will be working on a project related to high-performance-based design requirements for building envelopes.

Rouland brings more than ten years of experience to the team. Formerly a senior project engineer for GM, he has a wide range of skills in manufacturing, design, reliability, safety and quality engineering; technical specification writing; maintenance supervision; validation/testing; and global quality standards.

At GM, Rouland was responsible for developing global performance and quality standards for facility equipment. He oversaw construction projects in Tennessee, Delaware and Mexico and generated operational and maintenance manuals for integrated equipment systems. He also worked on a number of assignments related to implementing new technologies, best practices and improving safety.


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