Gettler Joins Iowa Electrical Examining Board
Our very own Jonathan Gettler was appointed to the Iowa Electrical Examining Board on April 6th, 2020 by Governor Kim Reynolds.
Hiring Accounting Coordinator
Our newly created Accounting Coordinator position will work directly with our Business Manager to establish a solid foundation for providing the best engineering services to our clients.
Indian Creek’s New Indoor Creek
Indian Creek Nature Center opens it’s indoor creekbed to curious minds.
Hiring Mechanical Engineer
Position: Mechanical Engineering position involved with the investigation, design, and construction of building heating, ventilating, air-conditioning (HVAC), plumbing, and fire protection systems. RESPONSIBILITIES Attend meetings and communicate with clients to establish their needs and discuss design issues with them. Lead mechanical systems design including fire suppression, plumbing and HVAC systems. Perform and/or direct calculations for HVAC […]
Hiring Electrical Engineer
Electrical Engineer, Cedar Rapids, Iowa & Madison, WisconsinFull-time Position RESPONSIBILITIES Attend meetings and communicate with clients to establish their needs and discuss design issues with them. Undertake electrical systems design including power systems, lighting, fire alarm and other low voltage systems. Perform calculations for power and lighting systems. Provide direction to designers and BIM technicians […]
DE Featured in ACHR NEWS
“The Visual Arts Building (VAB) at the University of Iowa is a marvel of both aesthetic design and mechanical engineering.”
PM Engineer Magazine Features DE’s Team on Cover
PM Engineer magazine’s January 2020 edition features DE’s very own Amy Infelt, Tim Lentz, and Eric Bruxvoort on the cover.
Wilson & Vogl Earn New Certifications!
Congratulations to two Design Engineers employees who define the good-natured inquisitiveness that DE is famous for. Congratulate them the next time you see them!
UI Visual Arts Building Awarded LEED Gold
USGBC’s Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design certification can take months to years to complete. Particularly when the design you are talking about is the Western Hemisphere’s first voided active slab heating and cooling system. Described by Architectural Record as: “The efficient system places plastic bubble-shaped forms, arranged in a grid, at the center of […]
New DE Associate Principals
DE is excited to announce additions to our management and leadership group, Eric Bruxvoort and Jared Ramthun.
DE Wins ASHRAE Region 6 Awards
Kirkwood Center, Liberty High School and DE Offices honored at annual conference.
DE designs intelligent MEPFT systems so buildings can run efficiently and effectively. We are proactive, collaborative, and tenacious problem solvers, energized by complex engineering challenges.
DE Lighting Featured in LD+A
University of Iowa’s Visual Arts Building uses porous structure to innovate interior lighting
DE Featured in High Performing Buildings Magazine
Six pages of stunning photography, detailed diagrams, and building-specific technical notes published by High Performing Buildings.
DE’s International Energy Award
DE’s Indian Creek Nature Center Awarded 1st Place in ASHRAE Technology Awards
DE Annual Holiday Party
The DE Holiday Party was most mysterious, and the main course was killer. Thanks to everyone for another great year!!
Making Madison Home
After almost a year of mini-blinds in the windows, we’ve decided to make our office on Yellowstone home with a new look.
Immaculate Conception Church Featured @ JTH Lighting
Built in 1915 in downtown Cedar Rapids, the Immaculate Conception Catholic Church’s complete interior renovation is complete.
Voxman School of Music Wins American Architecture Award
The six-story, 186,000-square-foot Voxman School of Music at the University of Iowa lies at a key intersection in downtown Iowa city, creating an entirely new relationship between academic and urban experiences.
Catlett Hall Certified LEED Gold
The largest residence hall on campus, Catlett Hall is over 300,000 square feet with 12 floors and 1,049 beds. Energy-efficient mechanical and electrical systems are expected to save over $153,000 a year in utility costs compared to a code baseline building. The building earned a LEED Gold rating due to its systems efficiency.