I constantly enjoyed working with the less lucky, especially children.
- Working as a humanitarian has brought me so much fulfillment; As a certified engineer, my labor was to ensure that children’s homes around the country had a functioning heating and cooling system to establish that the children were living and studying in the right hot and cold temperatures.
The two of us usually recommended grants from other companies to finance the projects. We’d just gotten funding from 1 philanthropic company and we’re about to start the job of fitting an a/c in the school. The two of us had already assessed a couple of current heating units and settled on the zoned Heating as well as A/C system as the most efficient and less costly unit. I contracted a cooling tech and obtained the heating equipment from the local cooling company then set out to start the upgrade process. After the duct labor was fitted, the duct sealing was done and fun kid paintings were stuck on the valves, concealing the grey covering. The two of us had decided to put the heat pump on the outside however the furnace was located in the furthest corner of the school. The two of us also fitted a furnace in the swimming pool section to sizzle up the changing rooms… Pamphlets explaining more about a/c were distributed to the building managers so they had a plan of the functions of the unit. A space furnace was obtained and stored in the basement in the utility room to keep the janitors warm. Though the dual fuel system was a better unit, it was costly to install and thus ruled out, but future plans to install radiant floors in the auditorium were made as we promised to follow up on the funding for that project. The kids at this beach beach house could now stay sizzling during the upcoming Winter time weeks.