Jeremy Bartell started his career at Iconica, a local design and construction firm, where he designed retail, commercial, and indoor water park HVAC systems. Soon he brought his talent and experience to Pearson Engineering, becoming an invaluable member of our staff.
Jeremy hit the ground running at Pearson Engineering, since he was immediately thrust into a series of complex HVAC challenges at St. Michael Hospital in Milwaukee. He conducted onsite verification of non-code compliant life safety systems, and produced AutoCAD drawings showing new construction to satisfy life safety codes. Working with the senior project engineer, he also developed AutoCAD drawings showing new and remodeled surgery suites at St. Michael Hospital.
Taking on increasingly complex and challenging projects, Jeremy gained considerable experience with new-system and retrofit-system design. He developed special expertise on code compliance in a wide range of facilities, from healthcare to education, becoming a pivotal member of the Pearson Engineering creative team and a knowledgeable, eager partner to our clients. Ask Jeremy how Pearson Engineering can make a difference in your organization not just by cutting costs, but more importantly, by adding value that will yield benefits for years to come!
University of Wisconsin-Madison, BSME degree
University of Wisconsin-Madison: Qualified Commissioning Process Provider Certification (QCP)
American Society of Heating, Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Engineers (ASHRAE)
American Society for Healthcare Engineering (ASHE)
Wisconsin Healthcare Engineers Association (WHEA), Chapter I and Chapter II
School District 25, Arlington Heights, IL
Jeremy managed the project to add air conditioning to seven existing elementary schools and two middle schools serving 5,000 students in School District 25, Arlington Heights, Illinois. In this unique project, a two-pipe heating system was converted to a two-pipe heating and air conditioning system. This $10,000,000+ retrofit project would have cost at least $3,000,000 more and would have taken one more year to construct if conventional design practices had been followed. Energy saving features in the design are intended to prevent utility consumption from rising, even as air conditioning is added to the schools.
St. Joseph Hospital, Milwaukee, WI
Kitchen Remodel and Energy Management System. Managed MEP team, designed mechanical systems for complete replacement of supply and exhaust ductwork, brought ductwork into code compliance, and pressurization corrected. Energy Management was integrated into exhaust systems, and the AHU system was renovated to include VFDs and humidity control.
Waukesha Memorial Hospital, Waukesha WI
Patient Services Remodel. Designed mechanical systems for renovation of 27,500 SF of retail, office, dining, and kitchen space. Portions of six different air systems were affected by the renovation. Existing systems carefully coordinated, as the entire project was drafted in 3-D.
St. Michael Hospital, Milwaukee, WI
Pearson Engineering worked on numerous remodeling designs over a 10+ year span that began in
1997. Our most notable project spanned multiple years, and was a life safety upgrade to the entire
facility. Every aspect of the HVAC system was verified for locations of fire, smoke, and combination
dampers, and plans were updated to reflect the current state of systems and fire/smoke walls. Once the
verification was complete, plans were created to modify locations of system dampers based on their
need per code. Color-coded plans showing zones served by each AHU system, as well as locations of
system dampers, were turned over to the Owner for future maintenance use.
Large Retail Facility, Menominee Falls, Wisconsin
Served as HVAC Designer for 100,000-square foot retail facility. Worked on a design team that included
architects, interior designers, engineers (electrical, mechanical, structural, and plumbing), and
construction. Created CAD drawings and calculated building loads and air requirements.
Indoor Water Park Resort, Sandusky, Ohio
Worked as part of the HVAC design group that designed and drafted multiple stand-alone HVAC
systems for a major indoor water park resort. The resort features an 80,000-square foot indoor water
park, over 500 guest rooms, condominiums, convention center, retail facilities, restaurants, and day spa.
Included were rooftop air conditioners, energy recovery units, make-up air units, VAV boxes, and pool
heat recovery units.
Wisconsin No. 39377
Illinois No. 062.063377