Principal elected to IDEA board
Principal elected to IDEA board
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Principal elected to IDEA board
07/08/2011 1 minute read

National OnSite Energy & Power Group Leader, Scott Clark, PE, CEM, was elected to three-year IDEA board term.

FORT WORTH, Texas — At the annual International District Energy Association (IDEA) conference last week, IDEA members elected Scott Clark, PE, CEM — who leads the national OnSite Energy & Power Group for Burns & McDonnell — to a three-year term on the IDEA board of directors. Clark has been an IDEA member since 1997 and has previously held positions as a board member, technical chair, presenter, and moderator.

“IDEA brings a current, sensible and well-informed approach to solving the world’s current environmental and energy-efficiency challenges,” says Clark. “I have benefited greatly from the friendships, technical resources, exceptional conferences and vendor network I’ve developed through IDEA.”

In his 24 years of experience, Clark has planned and designed energy projects for higher education, healthcare and aviation clients. A Certified Energy Manager, he received the 2007 Energy Manager of the Year Award from the Association of Energy Engineers – Region IV. He holds a bachelor of science degree in mechanical engineering from Texas Tech University and completed coursework toward a master of business administration degree at Texas Christian University.

To learn more about IDEA, visit www.districtenergy.org.

About Burns & McDonnell
Burns & McDonnell provides engineering, architecture, construction, environmental and consulting services to clients worldwide. Founded in 1898, Burns & McDonnell is 100 percent employee-owned by its more than 3,000 professionals, maintains a commendable safety record, ranks in the top 5 percent (No. 20) of Engineering News-Record’s 2011 Top 500 Design Firms and is an industry leader in several industry categories. In 2011, Burns & McDonnell was named as one of the Best Companies to Work for in Texas for the third consecutive year.

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