John Chapman PE, LC, LEED AP
Charlotte, North Carolina
What I Do:
I work with clients to design the exact electrical system that is right for their needs. I do this by listening to their needs and then using my experience and judgement to provide a detailed design for the systems that are most appropriate for the circumstances. I work in all phases, including field investigation, design, construction documents, cost estimating, contract administration, specification, writing and commissioning.
What Makes Me Different:
I am a natural born engineer with an architectural background and hands on experience in electrical construction. My broad background allows me to come up with solutions that others miss.
Who I Work With:
Charlotte Douglas International Airport
North Carolina Research Campus,
Creech and Associates Architects,
The Wilson Group
Gantt Huberman Architects
Central Piedmont Community College
City of Charlotte
Carolinas Telcom Solutions
Johnson C. Smith University
Specialized lighting design
Low, mid and high rise tenant construction
LEED design and mission
Critical power systems.
Professional Seminars/Continuing Education:
PSMJ Project Management Boot camp, 2015
North Carolina State University, Renewable Energy Generation with Photo-voltaic
Automobile racing and collecting
Other notable project where John Chapman PE was the Engineer of Record and/or principle design:
Charlotte Douglas International Airport. East and West Daily and Business Valet I parking decks. CLT Center Phase 14 Bellanca Room Renovation
University of North Carolina Charlotte. EPIC Building, Belk Gym renovation, Motorsports II, Duke Centennial, RUP-4 and South Village Deck, Resident Dining Hall
BOK Arena, Tulsa, Oklahoma
Central Piedmont Community College, Central Campus. Zeiss Building, Levine IT, Bookstore
Boeing Aircraft. Welcome Center and Delivery Center buildings, Charleston, SC
Johnson C. Smith University, STEM Hall
Winthrop University. Lois Rhame West Health, Physical Education and Wellness Center
City of Charlotte. MEDIC Headquarters
Recent Project Experience:
CDIA CLT Center Phase 10, Charlotte, NC, C-Design architect. 15,000 SF renovation. Project manager, Engineer of record.
CDIA Airport Daily Parking Decks north and sout, Business Valet Deck 1, Charlotte, NC, LS3P architect. 3,000,000 SF parking deck.
Responsibilities included power and lighting design and construction administration. Engineer of record.
Boeing Welcome Center and Boeing Delivery Center, North Charleston, SC, CJMW architects. LEED Gold certified. Design Engineer.
UNC Charlotte Belk Gym Renovation C-Design Architects, 80,000 SF student gymnasium renovations currently in design. Engineer of record.
UNC – Charlotte Energy Production and Infrastructure Center (EPIC), Charlotte, NC, Creech and Associates architects.
University research building, 210,000 SF. LEED certified. Engineer of record.
UNC Charlotte, Sanford Dormitory Renovation, Charlotte, NC, Moseley Architects. Engineer of record.
Johnson C. Smith University New Science Center, Charlotte, NC, Gantt Huberman Architects. 80,000 SF classroom and teaching laboratories. LEED registered, currently under construction. Engineer of record.
Central Piedmont Community College New Classroom Building, Charlotte, NC, 80,000 SF classrooms, computer lab and offices. Creech and Associates architects. LEED registered. Engineer of record.
UNC Charlotte – Regional Utility Plant #4 and Parking Deck J, Charlotte, NC, Little and Associates architects. Engineer of record.
MAHEC III – Asheville, NC, Dental MOB, LS3P architect, Engineer of Record.
North Carolina Research Campus, Kannapolis, NC, Creech and Associates architects. Approximately 300,000 SF of laboratories, office, vivarium. Engineer of record for approximately half the space.
BOK Arena, Tulsa, OK, Cesar Pelli & Associates. Engineer of Record.
Novant health Waverly MOB, Charlotte, NC. Mcculloch England Architects, 30,000 SF shell upfit. Engineer of Record
University of North Carolina Charlotte, Classroom and Office Building, Charlotte, NC, LS3P architect. 100,000 SF engineering laboratories and classrooms.
Responsibilities included power and lighting design and construction administration.